‘Bachelor’ Chris, ex-fiancée thank supporters after breakup

30 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Bachelor’ Chris, ex-fiancée thank supporters after breakup.

Bachelor Chris Soules alluded to his engagement breakup Friday, thanking supporters – via Twitter, as is the communications norm – for helping him through a difficult time. ‘ split from Whitney Bischoff may have come about more suddenly than anyone would have thought – just three days prior to their joint announcement that they had decided to end their 6-month engagement, the couple were apparently as affectionate as ever at the home of Bachelor franchise alum Cody Sattler.Soules thanked the Bachelor fans for their kind words during this particularly “tough” time. “I can’t thank you all enough for the kind messages over the past few days. Sattler, who got to know Soules from their time on Andi Dorfman’s season of The Bachelorette, posted an Instagram photo on Monday of himself having a “snuggle” break with his adorable tiny dog while watching this season’s Bachelorette alongside the formerly engaged couple who were having a “cuddle on the couch.” Just watching some Bachelorette with @souleschris and @whitb624 while those two cuddle on the couch I get this little cutie to snuggle with! Soules’ rep confirmed the news Thursday, saying Soules and Bischoff had ended their engagement with “respect and admiration for one another and will continue to be supportive friends.” Bischoff was Soules’ choice on the most recent season of ABC’s dating competition.

Bischoff and Soules, the 33-year-old farmer from Iowa, announced in a joint statement on Thursday that they were parting ways after being engaged for six months, just weeks after the pair spent time on his farm. Longtime Bachelor and The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison expressed his sadness over the latest Bachelor breakup, telling Home & Family’s Mark Steines and Cristina Ferrare in an interview that aired Friday, “I know it’s television and there are silly things that go on but to me they are real people.

They wish to thank everyone who has supported them through this journey.” Although this comes as no surprise, considering the track record of “couplings” formed on reality shows like “The Bachelor” and similar franchises, the odds are stacked against any couple achieving a long-term relationship. This has been really tough and your support means a lot to me.” Bischoff conveyed her feelings via Instagram – along with a cute video that ought to make everyone feel a little better. “From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your outpouring of love, kindness and support! No worries, though – his dog is “such a lover.” Speaking of Instagram acting as a relationship graveyard filled with mementos of times past, Soules posted a photo just two weeks ago of himself in his hometown of Arlington, Iowa, with a grinning Bischoff by his side, declaring her a “#farmerintraining.” Additionally, just one week ago, following the finale of Dancing with the Stars, Soules posted a photo of himself with his family and fiancée. They were just two kids who were hopefully going to get married and they’re not now and that’s sad.” “We didn’t go on this show for anything but for finding someone and our No. 1 focus now is to continue that relationship that we developed on the show,” Soules added.

Well, there were actually two weddings, but the other was between Season 13’s Jason Mesnick and the woman he did not pick in the final rose ceremony, Molly Malaney. PEOPLE spoke to the couple before the 19th season finale of the show and the pervading theme of the interview pointed to the fact that Soules used “logic” to choose Bischoff. Soules’ father alleged that his son was really in love with Tilley but since Bischoff was the sure thing (Tilley was not committed to move to Iowa, where Soules is from, while Bischoff lived in Chicago and was ready to settle down), it apparently all boiled down to what makes more sense and practical.

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