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Did you have any idea we could come up with 10? Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 The Bachelor Couples That Are Still Together."
For this list, we’re looking at all the couples from this romantic reality show franchise who have made it work against the odds.
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Rachel Lindsay & Bryan Abasolo—The Bachelorette
In the most recent season of The Bachelorette, fan favorite and accomplished lawyer Rachel Lindsay had her pick of 31 guys. Even though she ended up with the guy she gave her first impression rose to, Bryan didn’t exactly impress most viewers of the show. The final episodes of the season stirred up controversy because of her extreme reaction to Peter saying he wasn’t ready to propose. In the end, she went with the guy who would, Bryan. It may not have been all that long since their season aired, but we’ve still got to applaud these guys for lasting longer than many others in their positions.
Carly Waddell & Evan Bass—Bachelor in Paradise
When it was announced that Bachelor in Paradise was going to be a thing, most people probably didn’t expect it would be the genesis of many successful relationships. Unlike the more conservative Bachelor and Bachelorette shows, this one had more of a Real World vibe, having all the contestants live in a house together for all the inevitable debauchery. Carly and Evan managed to find love in a hopeless place however, with Evan proposing in the season’s final episode. The two are now married and have a daughter, who was born in February 2018.
JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers—The Bachelorette
After appearing on Ben Higgins’ season of The Bachelor, fans knew they’d be seeing more of JoJo Fletcher. She became the Bachelorette for the show’s 12th season, which aired in 2016. In the final episode, Jordan proposed, and yet the two have still not set a date for their nuptials. Maybe they’re trying to follow a normal, real-world relationship timeline, and not rush into anything before they’re ready? The latest reports say they’re in talks to start planning, but they’re in no hurry, with Fletcher saying, "We just wanted to take this time to enjoy it.”
Kaitlyn Bristowe & Shawn Booth—The Bachelorette
If you’ve been impatient about JoJo and Jordan tying the knot, this couple must have you even more frustrated. Kaitlyn was the Bachelorette on Season 11 of the show, which aired in 2015. The producers tried something new for this season—starting off with two potential Bachelorettes and then having the guys vote. Kaitlyn came out on top, and by the end of the season, had a proposal from Shawn. Despite the years that have passed, these two remain engaged without setting a date. Kaitlyn did some photos on social media of her trying on dresses, though...
Tanner Tolbert & Jade Roper—Bachelor in Paradise
Another couple who managed to make things work after meeting on Bachelor in Paradise are Tanner and Jade. After he proposed on the show, the two got married in 2016, for all of Bachelor Nation to bear witness to. In August 2017, the couple welcomed their baby girl, Emerson, who was born a month prematurely. If you want to keep up with Tanner and Jade, they have an active YouTube account where they vlog about their lives together. Let’s see what these two get up to next!
Ashley Hebert & JP Rosenbaum—The Bachelorette
Now that we’re in the second half of our list, we’re getting into some of the real, long-term couples who have stuck it out for more than just a couple of years. Ashley and JP met on the seventh season of The Bachelorette, which aired in 2011. She had one of the tougher go-arounds as Bachelorette, where she dealt with the conniving and deceptive Bentley; but luckily, things worked out for the better and she ended up with JP. They were married in December of 2012, and had two children in the years that followed.
Jason Mesnick & Molly Malaney—The Bachelor
Let’s be real, every episode of The Bachelor claims to be the most shocking one ever, but the "After the Final Rose" episode of Season 13 actually was. After proposing to Melissa Rycroft in the season finale, Jason changed his mind and broke up with her on live TV, telling her that he couldn’t stop thinking about runner-up Molly. His instincts were right because this all went down in 2009, and nearly a decade later, Jason and Molly are still together. At least he didn’t humiliate that poor girl for a meaningless fling!
Desiree Hartsock & Chris Siegfried—The Bachelorette
Season Nine of The Bachelorette featured some unexpected twists, like Brooks leaving early and Desiree making the decision to say goodbye to Drew before the final rose ceremony. Drama aside, it all worked out because Desiree and Chris, who she chose in the final episode, have been together ever since. Unlike many of the other Bachelor franchise couples to be married, Desiree and Chris’s 2015 wedding wasn’t actually televised. In October 2016, Bachelor Nation got a new member when the couple introduced their new addition—a son named Asher.
Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici—The Bachelor
Sean Lowe may not have made it all the way when he appeared on Emily Maynard’s season of The Bachelorette, but he got to be the star of the show when he was made the Bachelor for Season 17. In the final episode, he proposed to Catherine Giudici, and not long after the two were married in a televised event. In 2016, they had a son named Samuel, and they’re currently expecting baby number two! These two are just so cute together, we’ve got our fingers crossed that they’re in it for the long haul.
Trista Rehn & Ryan Sutter—The Bachelorette
Whenever naysayers claim that relationships started on The Bachelor never last, true believers can always point to this couple as proof of the show’s ability to create very real and lasting marriages. Trista Rehn was the very first Bachelorette, and kicked off the new addition to the franchise by picking Ryan Sutter for the final rose. Their wedding was televised not long after, and if 2003 doesn’t sound like all that long ago to you, you’ll have to check yourself after seeing this commercial for the special episode. They now have two kids together, and seem just as happy as ever.