Perhaps the bloom is not completely off the rose? Andi Dorfman tells Us Weekly Video in a Facebook Live interview that Josh Murray getting down on one knee during the Bachelorette season 10 finale is still quite possibly the best moment of her life.
Us exclusively revealed earlier this month that Dorfman, 29, wrote in her new book It’s Not Okay (available now) that her romance with Bachelorette pick Murray, 31, was “the most volatile and f–ked up relationship of my life.”
However, that doesn’t mean all her memories have been sullied of her time with the former baseball player, who she split from in January 2015.
“I still will say this: The day I got engaged was, to this day, the best day of my life,” Dorfman tells Us of the episode that aired in July 2014. “And that’s a little hard to say, but in that moment, it was the happiest day of my life.”
Check out the video above to hear the Bachelor season 18 standout reveal why she was initially hesitant to write the book, whether she would go on the show again, and if she’s ready for kids, given that her pals and fellow Bachelorette alums Desiree Hartsock, Ali Fedotowsky and Ashley Hebert are all currently pregnant, as is Bachelor season 17 winner Catherine Giudici.
The Bachelorette airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET. It’s Not Okay is available now through book retailers.
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