Andi Dorfman Is “In Love” — But It’s Not What You Think

Andi Dorfman
Two months after her split from Josh Murray, Bachelorette alum Andi Dorfman is seeking a fresh start in New York City  Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

These streets really will make you feel brand new! Two months after her split from fiance Josh Murray, Andi Dorfman is once again "in love" — but it's not what you think. Like Carrie Bradshaw and Taylor Swift before her, the Bachelorette alum has fallen hard for the charms of New York City, where she recently relocated from Atlanta, Ga. (Us Weekly broke news of her move in the Feb. 23 issue.)

On Wednesday, March 4, the former Southern belle revealed via Twitter that she was making a big move in the wake of her recent breakup. (She and fellow Atlanta resident Murray announced the end of their engagement in January, five months after the world watched his proposal on the season 10 finale of The Bachelorette.) 

Dorfman didn't specify at the time where that "new home" was, but hours later she shared a photo of Christopher Park, just a few blocks west of Manhattan's Washington Square Park.

That was followed by a tweet in which she declared she was already smitten with the Big Apple, snowstorm and all.

The move is obviously a big change for the former assistant district attorney, but she needed a fresh start after her breakup from Murray. During a tearful sit-down with Bachelor host Chris Harrison in February, she admitted they'd been struggling for a while.

"I have to be realistic and say I'm heartbroken," she shared. "I know this is honestly the biggest failure of my life so far. I understand that, I know that."

She also knows, however, that what she and Murray had was real, regardless of the way it ended. "I'll always love him. Like, I've never loved anybody like that in my life," she told Harrison. "That was my first true love, without a doubt."

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