Are 'The Bachelorette' stars Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick getting married soon?
There is enough proof that they seem to have gotten into the comfortable feeling of nurturing a family, isn't it?
Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick became a power couple after making an appearance on 'The Bachelorette' in different seasons. Their friendship soon bloomed into a romance and the couple confirmed they were dating each other in January 2019 on the Today show.
The announcement came nearly three months after Kaitlyn decided to split from her fiancé Shawn Booth after a three-year relationship. Not long after, Jason relocated from Seattle to move in with his lady love at her Nashville home. And if that wasn't couple goals enough, the two also rescued a golden retriever and named it Ramen Noodle Vino or Noods. And if one dog wasn't enough, the couple expanded their family by adopting another golden retriever named Pinot.
Their moves are proof enough that they seem to have gotten into the comfortable feeling of nurturing a family, isn't it? In an interview, Tartick told E! News in 2019, "We have so much going on right now that I think we want to continue to move in the right direction, and the next direction is getting engaged, getting married and having kids. That's the timeline of the relationship."
Time and again, the two have expressed their affection for each other. Kaitlyn earlier told Entertainment Tonight, "I didn't realize a relationship could be this easy and that I could be this happy with somebody. We just have a really healthy relationship, healthy communication, and we build each other up." Back in February, the couple hinted at a proposal. Kaitlyn told Us Weekly, "Every time I’m like, ‘Oh my God, is today the day?’” she said.
“I’m probably going to ruin the day because I’m going to be like, ‘Oh, here it comes! I know this is it!’” When asked if he was ready for it, Tartick said in an earlier interview, "What’s so nice about people asking about the next step is that I think it’s a result of their support, right? I think that people are interested in what’s next for us, so it’s very humbling and it’s exciting." If that wasn't enough, the engagement rules are clear. In October, Tartick told Us Weekly what Kaitlyn wants: "No double halo. No Neil Lane." They aren't engaged yet, but it seems an announcement could be in the offing.
Recently, Tartick opened up about their quarantine struggles during the Covid-19 lockdown. Calling it "mayhem," he told Daily Mail, "I'm in New York, kind of in a panic. She was doing poorly and then it got to the point where I'm like, 'we need to find you a test. Like we've got to find a test'." The two had been flying back and forth to New York from their home in Nashville. Once Kaitlyn was tested negative for Covid-19 and diagnosed with influenza A and bronchitis, Tartick was relieved. The couple seems to have gotten back to their daily humdrum.
And in one of their latest interview with Us Weekly, Kaitlyn expressed her reluctance to go back to reality shows. "I'm not against reality television, but something about [my relationship with Jason Tartick] would scare me a little bit," she said, adding, "I feel like it's hard on a relationship and I don’t want to do anything that puts a strain on our relationship. I am motivated by happiness and not money."
"I just feel like if we did, I would want to be in full control of being creative and what it was — and unfortunately I feel like people love to see drama on TV and that’s what works, and that would scare me. So I don’t know. That would have to be a conversation we had." That response shows the level of commitment from both their sides and it seems like marriage is on the cards for them soon.