Are Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert already having a baby, mere months after getting meeting and getting engaged on season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise? Earlier in the week, Jade revealed that Tanner has already mentioned having a baby to her.
Jade tweeted that Tanner told her that he thinks that she needs a baby. Jade attached the sad face and crying face emoticons to her tweet, making it pretty clear that she thinks otherwise. She also attached a picture of a man holding up his hand, with the message to slow it down. While Tanner may be ready to have a child, it seems that Jade doesn’t want to give up her child-free life just yet.
Elan Gale, a producer on The Bachelor franchise who has shown up on the screen a few times through the seasons, joked to Tanner that he can help Jade get pregnant. Tanner jokingly replied that he’s fine with that but only if the baby comes with a beard like his.
Other people advised Jade and Tanner to wait until after they get married to have a baby. One person even said that they should stand in line behind Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth, who got engaged several months prior to them on The Bachelorette.
Later that day, Jade tweeted that she’s glad that people agree with her that she and Tanner should wait to have a baby. While they’re not having a baby just yet, they may get another pet.
Besides taking care of their pets, Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert are enjoying simply being an engaged couple. On Wednesday, Jade revealed that they’re taking their engagement photographs.
They’re also still doing appearances. In about two weeks, Jade and Tanner will be in Canada for an appearance at a restaurant along with their Bachelor in Paradise co-stars Kirk DeWindt, JJ Lane, and Jared Haibon. Another person who will be there is Chris Strandburg, who was on Kaitlyn Bristowe’s season of The Bachelorette with Tanner, JJ, and Jared.
So far, Jade and Tanner have yet to reveal whether they have finalized a wedding date and if so, when and where it’ll be. Will they return to the show to get married and air their wedding, like season 1 Bachelor in Paradise couple Lacy Faddoul and Marcus Grodd? Lacy and Marcus got engaged on the season 1 finale episode. On the premiere episode of season 2, they got married on the beach, in front of the season 2 cast members and some of their family and friends.
Host Chris Harrison doesn’t think that Jade and Tanner will do what Lacy and Marcus did, not because he doesn’t think that they’ll last but because he thinks they won’t wait to get married. In September, Chris told the Huffington Post that Jade and Tanner seem to want to get married as soon as possible.
“I don’t think we can make it to next summer. I don’t think they’ll wait for us…Obviously with Marcus and Lacy, the timing worked out. I don’t know if Jade and Tanner will make it… I think they are champing at the bit to get married, so it might be a race to the altar.”
Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert aren’t the only two people from season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise who are in a relationship. Cassandra Ferguson and Jonathan Holloway are still together. They’re also modeling together. On Wednesday, Cassandra posted an advertisement photo showing her and Jonathan in pajamas from the brand MeUndies.
While they were both on season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise, Cassandra Ferguson and Jonathan Holloway actually didn’t meet on the show. Jonathan left the show, alone, prior to Cassandra’s arrival. Weeks later, Cassandra left the show open to the possibility of dating Justin Reich, with whom she had been on just one date before the show’s end. On the live after-show after the season finale aired in early September, Cassandra revealed that she was dating someone. To people’s surprise, that person turned out not to be Justin but Jonathan. The two met and started a relationship after filming for the show ended.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the other people who left season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise coupled up, Samantha Steffen and Nick Peterson, are no longer together. They split in October, with a source saying that their relationship just couldn’t survive the long distance.
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