The Bachelorette: Where are the winning couples now?

The Bachelorette: Where are the winning couples now?

In honor of the season 13 premiere of The Bachelorette on Monday with Rachel Lindsay, we decided to look back at the winning couples and ask that burning question…Where are they now?

The Bachelorette is doing things very different with Rachel Lindsay. The show shocked fans when they announced Lindsay as this season’s upcoming bachelorette, while she was still in the running for Nick Viall’s heart on The Bachelor.

She’s also the first African American bachelorette. And keeping with the theme of doing things different, we already know that Lindsay is engaged. And the show just started.

For the first time in franchise history, The Bachelorette announced she’s engaged before the season even premiered. Of course, viewers still have to wait until the finale to find out whose proposal she accepts. But the announcement takes away a little of the mystery, to know the 32-year-old attorney is getting her happily ever after.

“We keep saying this is a season of firsts and I am so excited to be engaged and so happy, I don’t think I could hide it,” Lindsay told E! News on Tuesday. “So, they’re like, “Rachel, just say it!’”

For her, it was “very liberating to be able to say, ‘Hey, I’m engaged and just watch and follow along.’”

Rachel Lindsay talks about her journey to find love:


That’s a far cry from the other contestants who weren’t allowed to say anything about their relationships in interviews throughout their season.

Don’t expect to spot Lindsay and her man in public though, because franchise bosses forbid it.

“We do get to see each other here and there along the way, but it is hard because I am excited and I want everyone to know and enjoy and relish in our happiness,” she said.

Since they’re forced to keep their relationship a secret, it’s likely they have a safe house set-up for date nights, like Nick Viall said he and Vanessa Grimaldi had.

“We got to see each other every two-to-three weeks for like four to five days at a time,” Viall said. “Not ideal, but it was consistent.”

This season certainly is a change from past seasons of The Bachelorette.

When the show launched in 2003, it wasn’t met with high expectations. It even went off the air for three seasons in 2005, but has been going strong since its return.

So, what happens to the bachelorette’s and their beau’s after the cameras stop rolling? Now we know the winners get their own little hideaway, but once the finale airs do they get their happily ever after?

It’s probably not a surprise that many of them didn’t make it to the alter. But which ones are still going strong? Check out the gallery to find out what all the Bachelorette’s and their winners are up to.

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