We were really rooting for them, but the show's track record ain't great.The big exceptions are Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney (Molly was technically the runner-up) and Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, who tied the knot in a live TV wedding and are the only Bachelor couple to still be together besides Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi from the season that ended in March., 29, carried the baby for her stepdaughter Shayne, also 29, who’s unable to have children following a near-fatal ectopic pregnancy in 2014. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) Weighing in at 6 pounds, 4 ounces, “the new bundle of joy arrived via natural water birth and everyone is healthy and happy,” a source close to Shayne and her husband, Nik, 36, confides to .RELATED: Lorenzo Lamas Balances Work and Family Life in His Beverly Hills Home And the pregnancy certainly brought the two moms closer together.Season 3 couple Andrew Firestone and Jen Schefft got engaged but ultimately found happiness with others.
In 2013, Eksterowicz got engaged to a consultant for IBM, and the pair married that summer.
We all know the group of former contestants from the reality-TV dating show is an incestuous bunch, and it can be difficult to keep track of who's with whom.
So we're breaking it down from the beginning to give you the scoop on where the last couples standing from each of the 21 seasons of The Bachelor are now.
Though in a rare flash of brilliance, Jen realized that a television competition may not be the most ideal backdrop for such a quest and decided to reject all suitors, which (at that time) was a first for the franchise.
Proving that competing for love on a reality show isn’t such a dumb idea after all, Bachelor reject Trista found wedded bliss with Ryan in the franchise’s lone instance of the final couple remaining together long after the cameras stopped rolling.