Every Single ‘Bachelor’ Couple That’s Still Together Today
In The Bachelor’s 20-plus years on television, there have been numerous final teams. And thanks to spin-off shows like The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, Bachelor Pad and even The Bachelor Presents: Listen To Your Heart, so many couples have fallen in love before our eyes. But how many singles will still be together in 2022? You don’t have to be a die-hard member of Bachelor Nation to know that not all romance proposals have followed a wedding — in fact, some couples haven’t even made it to the After The Final Rose finale. So if you’re curious about which Bachelor couples are still together today, we’ve done an Instagram search for you. Because although there have been a lot of dramatic clashes and breakups over the years, the show has also given beautiful love stories. Read on to see 18 singles who are still together.
Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter
Trista Rehn was his first bachelorette party in 2003 and set a precedent: she and her latest choice, Ryan Sutter, are still together. Rehn first appeared on the first season of The Bachelor with Alex Michele, where she finished as runner-up. The former Miami Heat dancer was tapped to direct the first season of the spin-off series, where she fell in love with Sutter, a firefighter and former football player. He accepted his latest team and they married in a televised wedding that drew more than 26 million viewers. Today, the couple lives in Colorado with their children Maxwell and Blakeley.
Jason Mesick and Molly Maloney
Of all the dramatic seasons in Bachelor history, Jason Mesick’s season tops them all. The Broker first appeared during Deanna Pappas’ Bachelor season, where he proposed during the final rose ceremony. Pappas eventually declined, leading to his selection as the next Bachelor in 2009. He was originally engaged to Melissa Rycroft and sent home another Molly Maloney. But during the After The Final Rose special, she revealed that she had changed her mind and ended her engagement, at least on live television. A few minutes later, Maloney joined Mesick on stage, where he confessed his love for her and asked for a second chance, which she granted. They dated for a few months before Mesick proposed while on vacation in New Zealand, which Maloney happily accepted. Their February 2010 wedding was featured in a two-hour special on ABC. They are still together and live in Washington with their two children: Ty, Mesick’s son from a previous marriage, and Riley.
Holly Durst and Blake Julian
Contestants Holly Durst and Blake Julian got their start in the Bachelor franchise on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Their paths crossed on the second season of Bachelor Pad, which took place in the Bachelor Mansion, where contestants competed in various challenges while dating in hopes of finding love and winning a cash prize. Durst won the season with Michael Stahlian, but the pair broke off their engagement before the final shooting. She married Julian in 2012, who was eliminated in the fifth week of the season. They are still together and after years of battling infertility, they adopted their daughter Poppy in 2019.
Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudecca
After the shocking rejection of Bachelorette Emily Maynard, fan favorite Sean Lowe landed the coveted Bachelor role for Season 17 in 2013. On the first night of the season, 26 women entered the Bachelor Mansion (up from the usual 25), but it was Caterina Giudecca who ultimately won the Bachelor’s heart. Lowe proposed to his love at the end of the season in Thailand, and they married a year later in a televised wedding special. Today they live in Dallas and have since had three children together: Samuel, Isaiah and Mia Mejia. Given their Bachelor success story, they often appeared in subsequent seasons offering advice to other hopefuls looking for love. And in a hilarious TV special, they once starred in Celebrity Wife Swap with their Bach friends Jason and Molly.
Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried
Desiree Hartsock first appeared on the Bachelor scene during Sean Lowe’s season, although she was eliminated in week eight. Fans loved the bridal stylist and the next bachelorette party was mentioned later. Contestant Chris Siegfried wasn’t one of six men who made the first impression on the first night, but he did eventually ask the question during the season finale and Hartsock happily accepted. Today they are still married in Seattle with their children Asher and Zander.
Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert
Which Bachelor in Paradise couples are still together? We can’t forget Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert, the first tropical spin-off success story. Roper first appeared on Chris Soules’ season of The Bachelor, while Tolbert appeared in Kaitlyn Bristow. They met on the sandy beaches of Mexico and immediately fell in love: in the final, Tolbert asked the question, what earned him Blip royalty status. (Many contestants experiencing a second love on the show cite the two as inspiration.) Their 2016 marriage was documented in a special episode of The Bachelor, and today they have three children: Emerson, Brooks and Reed.
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers
It was love at first sight for Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers. (No, really: Rodgers impressed the first night, and the rest was history.) Their ultra-romantic proposal took place on the sandy beaches of Phuket, Thailand, cementing their place as one of the most beloved singles. still together. While their six-year engagement was never meant to last that long, as they had to postpone their wedding plans several times due to the coronavirus pandemic, they had plenty of time to finalize the details of their marriage (such as their very personal registry and personalized invitations to Il Node they call it). They finally got married at a Southern California winery in May 2022 and gave The Knot a look at the big day — check out their exclusive wedding photos here. “I don’t know if there’s anything we can’t handle,” Fletcher told us before the wedding.
Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Absalom
When you think of singles who are still together, don’t forget Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Absalom. Lindsay led a historic season and became the first black manager in franchise history. Like Fletcher, Lindsay made her first impression on Absalom and also brought in the final squad. Just two years later, they married at a beautiful beach wedding in Mexico. Lindsay spoke to The Knot about their wedding day, saying: “We’ve always said we want a wedding where we bring two different families together and they can celebrate life and love and have fun. The whole wedding weekend, that’s exactly what happened”.
Aria Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham
In a dramatic season finale reminiscent of an episode of Jason Mesick, bachelor Aria Luyendyk Jr. for the first time Becca Karin in marriage. But after he changed his mind — saying he’s still in love with second-place Lauren Burnham — he ended his relationship with Karin in an emotional rift in front of the camera. He and the Burnham couple have rekindled their romance off-camera and Luyendyk posed during the After the Final Rose special. They have been married twice: first in a romantic Hawaiian ceremony and then a vow renewal in Las Vegas after the birth of their daughter, Alessi. Since then they have also welcomed the twins Lux and Senna.
Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk
Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk are another Bachelor in Paradise couple who are still together. They met while filming Blip’s fourth season, and while they were a remarkable couple after the season ended, Gottschalk didn’t propose. (They revealed that because they lived in different cities, they wanted their relationship to develop off-camera.) They got engaged two years later when Gottschalk asked about a Dallas rooftop. After several postponements of marriages due to the pandemic, the couple married in April 2021. In January 2022, they welcomed their first child, Gates, together.