All The Bachelor Nation Couples Who Are Still Together

It feels like "The Bachelor," "The Bachelorette," "Bachelor in Paradise," and the whole concept of Bachelor Nation has been around forever. It kind of has. There have been 51 seasons of Bachelor-related shows to date. The first season of "The Bachelor" premiered in 2002 and featured Alex Michel as the bachelor. Amanda Marsh won that season over Trista Rehn. March and Michel broke up a few months later, per US Weekly.

But Rehn was the real winner of that first season of "The Bachelor," as she was chosen as the first "Bachelorette" in 2003. She married the winner of her season, Ryan Sutter, on December 6, 2003, in the first Bachelor Nation televised wedding as part of the mini-series "Trista & Ryan's Wedding," per People. The couple has been together for more than 17 years and has two children. They are the OG Bachelor Nation couple.

There are 20 more Bachelor Nation couples who met on either "The Bachelor," "The Bachelorette," "Bachelor in Paradise," or through being a part of Bachelor Nation. Let's take a look at them.

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette brought these couples together

There's a lot of ground to cover here, so let's start with the most recent season as of this writing, Season 25 of "The Bachelor." After a tumultuous journey, the first Black Bachelor, Matt James, reunited with the controversial winner of his season, Rachael Kirkconnell, per CNN. Another historic lead is Clare Crawley, who made waves in Season 16 for being the oldest Bachelorette at 39. Knowing what she wants, she left the show after four episodes with Dale Moss. They broke up but are now back together, per Us Weekly.

Of course, not every "Bachelor" couple is all about drama. Tayshia Adams was nervous going into Season 16, but she ultimately found peace and love with her fiancé, Zac Clark. The two split their time between LA and NYC. Rachel Lindsay, the first Black Bachelorette, has a charming love story, too. The lawyer-turned-host married Bryan Abasolo in August 2019, per People.

Going back further, Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher have been engaged since 2016. They postponed their wedding due to the pandemic. They co-hosted the CNBC show "Cash Pad" and love doing renovation projects together. Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are the only winning married couple from "The Bachelor," and the pair share three children, per Us Weekly. Last but not least is Desiree Hartsock, who was proposed to by Chris Siegfried in Season 9 of "The Bachelorette." They wed in 2015 and have two children, per Us Weekly.

Five couples met and got together on "Bachelor in Paradise"

Raven Gates, from Season 21 of "The Bachelor" with Nick Viall, and Adam Gottschalk, from Rachel Lindsay's season of "The Bachelorette," met on "Bachelor in Paradise" in 2017. After four years of dating — and postponing their wedding three times due to the pandemic — they finally got married in April 2021, per People. Another couple who met on "Paradise" and had a bump in the road to happily ever after is Astrid Loch and Kevin Wendt. They broke up during the show but got back together at the reunion show. They've been engaged since August 2019 and are expecting a baby after a long struggle with infertility, per People.

Dean Unglert originally left "Paradise" alone during his second stint on the show in 2019, leaving a broken-hearted Caelynn Miller-Keyes behind on her birthday! But Unglert had second thoughts and returned for her. They recently bought a home in Las Vegas, per US Weekly. And Hannah Godwin competed on Colton Underwood's season of "The Bachelor," while Dylan Barbour was on Hannah Brown's season of "The Bachelorette." They joined the cast of season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise" in 2019 and found love there. They are engaged, per US Weekly.

Earlier in "Paradise," Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert met on the show in 2015. They got married in 2016 and have three children. They recently sold their Southern California home for $3 million, per the New York Post.

These six couples met through Bachelor Nation

Kaitlyn Bristowe was on Season 12 of "The Bachelor" before becoming the 11th Bachelorette and getting engaged to Shawn Booth. They were together for three years. Jason Tartick, meanwhile, was on Becca Kurfin's "Bachelorette" season. They met on her podcast in 2018 and got engaged in May 2021, per Page Six. Meanwhile, Peyton Wright from season 10 of "The Bachelor" and Chris Lambton from Ali Fedotosky's season of "The Bachelorette" met at a "Bachelor" event in 2010 and got married in 2012, per People.

Jesse Csincsak won DeAnna Pappas' season of "The Bachelorette," but the pair broke up. And Ann Lueders was eliminated on night one of Jason Mesnick's season of "The Bachelor." The two met on a Bachelor cruise Csincsak organized, per Hollywood 411. They married in 2010 and have three children. Ty Brown and Elizabeth Kitt competed on Ali Fedotowsky and Jake Pavelka's seasons in 2010. They met at a charity event and married in March 2014. They have a daughter, per US Weekly.

Tara Durr and John Presser were eliminated on night one of their seasons with Lorenzo Borghese in 2006 and Jillian Harris in 2009. They met through a "Bachelor" alumni Facebook group and got married in 2010. They have one child. And, finally, Ashley Iaconetti was on Chris Soules' season, while Jared Haibon was on Kaitlyn Bristowe's season. They met on "Bachelor in Paradise" in 2015. They got engaged in May 2018 and married in August 2019, per US Weekly.

Two bachelors broke up with their fiancees in favor of their runners-up

Jason Mesnick appeared on season 4 of "The Bachelorette" before becoming the 13th bachelor in 2009. Drama went down on "After the Final Rose," when he told his fiancé, the winner of his season, Melissa Rycroft, that he actually loved another woman from his season, Molly Malaney. But it's water under the bridge now; Jason and Molly have been married for 11 years, per People. They have one child together. Things worked out for Melissa, too; after Jason ended their engagement, she reunited with her ex-boyfriend Tye Strickland. They've been married since 2009 and have three kids, per US Weekly. She also went on to win her season of "Dancing With the Stars."

Arie Luyendyk, likewise, proposed to Becca Kurfin during his season of "The Bachelor" in 2018. Then he broke up with her on live TV and got together with the runner-up from his season, Lauren Burnham. Arie and Lauren are married with a daughter and expecting twins this summer, per US Weekly. (Peter Weber also called things off with Hannah Ann Sluss, the winner from his "Bachelor" season, to pursue runner-up Madison Prewett, but Peter and Madison also split.)

While Bachelor Nation has seen plenty of heartbreak, there are also a good number of couples that have stood the test of time.