The morning after.
On Tuesday, the day after one of the most controversial Bachelor finales (and After the Final Rose specials) ever aired on ABC, Courtney Robertson was all smiles running low-key errands in Los Angeles.
The model, 28 -- she and fiance Ben Flajnik skipped the standard post-Bachelor promotional duties -- hit the gym, then picked up an energy boost drink and head to a salon for a manicure.
And despite the emotional roller coaster of the past several months -- Flajnik's November proposal in Switzerland, Us Weekly's snapshots of her man fooling around with other women in San Francisco last month, and a grueling After the Final Rose confrontation, where she was booed -- the vilified reality starlet was in a good mood.
"I'm doing great!" she told photographers. Noticeably absent from Robertson's errands day ensemble was her $85,000 wedding ring from winemaker Flajnik, 29. (The Scottsdale, Ariz. native wore a simple silver band on her wedding finger, the same one she's worn frequently.)
Still, despite Robertson's catty behavior during the show and Flajnik's flings (he claimed on his father's grave that the women were just "friends,") the controversial pair, following a breakup, are now reconciled, they said on Monday's After the Final Rose special.
"We're engaged. We're in a good place," Flajnik said. "Now that the main part of the show, and all the negativity is gone, it can only get better ... The root of the problem was us not being able to be with each other and talk about these things."