Bachelorette and Bachelor Couples Still Together: The Complete List
Which bachelor and bachelorette couples are still together? How much time do you have?
Peter Weber's and Hannah Brown's The Bachelor and The Bachelorette season finals were proof that anything can happen in Bachelor Nation. While Brown may never have got a happy outcome, Weber managed to find someone for TikTok soon after it all went to hell.
It's no secret that most of the two who find love on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette haven't stayed together in the long run. That said, there are plenty of bachelor and bachelorette couples out there who made it work. Here's a full story of which Bachelorette and Bachelor couples are still together - and which ones they called out.
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The couple: Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh
Her story: Michel selected Marsh in the first Bachelor final ahead of Trista Rehn, but did not propose.
Your fate: SPLIT. Michel and Marsh were together for almost a year before they split. Michel was last seen as a spokesperson for Match.com and Princess Cruises, and Marsh married her childhood friend, Jay Caldwell. They have a daughter together named Chloe.
"I heard he was married and I saw pictures of him and his kids," Marsh announced on a July 2020 podcast as an extra. "And [they] are beautiful. I'm so happy for him."
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The couple: Aaron Buerge and Helene Eksterowicz
Her story: Buerge suggested Eksterowicz in the season finale.
Your fate: SPLIT. Buerge is said to have broken off her engagement to a Starbucks within a few months. The two then teamed up to sell Harry Winston's 2.75-carat engagement ring on eBay and have since married different people.
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The couple: Andrew Firestone and Jen Schefft
Her Story: Firestone suggested Schefft in the season finale, and she moved to California to be with him.
Your fate: SPLIT. Firestone married model Ivana Bozilovic in 2008 (they now have three children) and Schefft appeared in The Bachelorette.
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The couple: Bob Guiney and Estella Gardinier
Her story: Guiney suggested Gardinier in the season finale.
Your fate: SPLIT. Guiney continued to marry All My Children's actress Rebecca Budig, but they have been divorced since then.
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The couple: Jesse Palmer and Jessica Bowlin
Her Story: The New York Giants backup quarterback picked Bowlin in the finals but didn't propose.
Your fate: SPLIT. Their relationship lasted only a few months. Bowlin has a law degree and is currently married to a son.
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The couple: Byron Velvick and Mary Delgado
Her story: Velvick suggested Delgado in the season finale - in Spanish.
Your fate: SPLIT. The two had a tumultuous relationship for over five years, including a case where Delgado beat Velvick (reportedly for appearing on a bachelor's reunion show). They officially split in 2009.
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The couple: Charlie O'Connell and Sarah Brice
Her Story: O'Connell picked Brice in the final but didn't propose.
Your fate: SPLIT. They were together for two years, separated, got back together for two more years and finally separated in 2010. O'Connell married Playboy model Anna Sophia Berglund and Brice is married with two sons.
The story goes on
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