The Bachelorette's Ashley Hebert and her final pick, JP Rosenbaum, can't wait to say "I do!"
After Hebert extended her last rose to 34-year-old Rosenbaum on Monday's finale, the couple appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to dish on their future together and update fans on their wedding plans.
Engaged since mid-May, Rosenbaum told Kimmel he had a tough time keeping the show's result under wraps. In fact, he once sent secret text messages meant for Hebert to his pals, but couldn't fess up as to the intended recipient.
Having chaperoned dates behind closed doors every two weeks since production wrapped, Rosenbaum says he became dependent on technology to keep in touch with his bride-to-be. "We live on Skype," he told Kimmel. "I don't watch any TV any more. It's work, gym, three hours of Skype, sleep."
Now that the couple can be affectionate out in the open, Hebert, 27, has plans to move to be with her man in his home state of New York after she finishes dental school in September. And yes, Bachelorette fans, they've already set a wedding date!
"We really want to focus on our engagement, but I'm thinking fall of next year!" she gushed. While the couple kept mum on additional specifics, it appears that Hebert's sister, Chrystie, will likely be invited. Although she bashed Rosenbaum on the finale and disapproved of their engagement, Rosenbaum says their relationship is on the mend. "She's been nothing but sweet and supportive since we got back," he told Kimmel. "It's as is if I didn't even know who that person was back in Fiji."
As her sister and fiance mend fences, Hebert is just excited to settle into domestic life with Rosenbaum.
"I'm so emotionally drained that the only thing I want to do is be in New York with him, go for coffee in the morning and get back to a normal life," she told Kimmel.
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