Courtney Robertson might have handed out her remaining rose off display screen — however she’s making a return to The Bachelor franchise in January 2023!
Followers might recall the season 16 winner was engaged to Ben Flajnik for almost one 12 months earlier than they referred to as it quits in October 2012, the identical 12 months their proposal aired.
“I used to be not blissful in regards to the guide. I didn’t learn the guide. I flipped by it,” Flajnik later dished on Us Weekly’s “Right here for the Proper Causes” podcast about Robertson detailing their messy cut up in her guide, I Didn’t Come Right here to Make Mates. “Individuals do issues for various causes — who is aware of, you already know, what she was going by on the time. We’ve since made amends. We’re high quality. We’re cool. We didn’t converse for in all probability six years after that guide got here out after which I reached out and simply type of prolonged the olive department. … She talks to my sister so much nonetheless. They’re nonetheless very fairly pleasant. I believe she is blissful residing in Scottsdale, no less than it appears that means. And, you already know, Courtney was at all times a very nice particular person, deep down. She acquired a fairly uncooked cope with the edit.”
Following a fling with Arie Luyendyk Jr., Robertson discovered The One after Humberto Preciado reached out by way of Instagram in April 2019.
“He had ‘appreciated’ a photograph of mine on Instagram and I acknowledged his identify. I bear in mind like 10 years in the past a good friend of mine telling me a few man she appreciated, Humberto. His identify is so distinctive. I didn’t put it collectively straight away, however I used to be like, ‘Wait, have we met earlier than?” Robertson completely advised Us Weekly after he proposed in December 2019. “‘This man is cute. Oh my gosh, he lives in Arizona.’ I DM’d him after which we went out a few days later and we’ve been collectively for eight months. He moved in in July, and the remainder is historical past.”
She added: “He positively courted me. We deliberate journeys, and we had been collectively on daily basis.”
Us broke the information of their engagement and Robertson’s first being pregnant on the similar time. They welcomed son Joaquin in June 2020.
“I at all times wished a boy,” the previous actuality star advised Us earlier than she gave delivery. “I’m a tomboy as you already know. I grew up taking part in sports activities. My sister had three boys. I used to be like, ‘In fact, I’m in all probability not going to have a boy.’ We acquired the outcomes again and I used to be truly shocked. I simply thought in my head it was a woman. We had a woman identify picked out.”
The duo wed when their son was 4 months previous.
“Planning a marriage whereas anticipating a child was positively anxious,” she advised Individuals forward of their October 2020 marriage ceremony. “However we initially had a a lot larger marriage ceremony and due to COVID-19, we scaled it means again. It feels actually good to simply have our nearest and dearest with us to have a good time. Candy and easy!”
Lower than one 12 months later, Robertson introduced her second being pregnant and their daughter, Paloma, was born in November 2021. Two years later, she opted to make a cameo on season 27 of The Bachelor to assist host a gaggle date for Zach Shallcross.
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