Here's Every Bachelor Nation Couple That's Still Trucking In 2019

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The Bachelor franchise technically gets an F when it comes to couples lasting after the show. If you include The Bachelor, Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise, there are dozens of seasons in this franchise. But only 14 Bachelor Nation couples are still together from those seasons. And two of those couples are comprised of a Bachelor who changed his mind and later got together with his runner up instead of his winner.
Still, that success rate actually means a lot more when you look at how successful these successful couples are. Many of them have gotten married and started having kids of their own. Only Raven and Adam from Bachelor in Paradise are still just dating without an engagement yet. However, it's quite possible that an official proposal is still to come: they've been going strong for over a year and have reportedly moved in together.
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Basically, when this show works — it really works. Here are all the couples that are still together today.
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Jason & Molly Mesnick



The Bachelor went 13 seasons before it found a lasting couple. Technically Jason picked Melissa Rycroft on his season, but he broke up with her on After The Final Rose and got together with runner up Molly Malaney instead. The couple's now been married for nine years and are raising two children together.
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Sean & Catherine Lowe



The Season 17 Bachelor married his winner Catherine Giudici on live TV in 2014. They now have two sons together.
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Put her above it all 👑

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Arie & Lauren Luyendyk



In a controversial move, Arie also left his winner Becca Kufrin to propose to his runner-up Lauren Burnham. Arie and Lauren got married in January 2019 and are having their first child later this year.
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Ashley & JP Rosenbaum



The Season 7 Bachelorette has been married to JP since their TV wedding in 2012. Now they have two children, Fordham and Essex.
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love u a lot. ❣️

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JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers



The pair has been engaged since 2016 and are still together as of 2019. They currently run a YouTube channel called "Engaged with JoJo & Jordan" where they answer questions about their lives.
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Rachel Lindsay & Bryan Abasolo



The Season 13 couple is still engaged as of 2019 and have been together for nearly two years. According to People magazine, they're planning to get married this August.
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Becca Kufrin & Garrett Yrigoyen



The most recent Bachelorette couple has been engaged for nearly a year at this point and are moving in together.
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Found this tiny polar bear in the woods...

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Jade & Tanner Tolbert



Jade and Tanner are the first successful Bachelor in Paradise relationship, and they've been married since 2016. They're now expecting their second child.
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Life is GOOD

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Carly & Evan Bass



This duo got married during the fourth season of BiP in 2017 and have since had their first child together.
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What a year! . . #superbowl #patriots

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Jared Haibon & Ashley Iaconetti



These two technically didn't get together on Bachelor in Paradise, but we watched them go back and forth for long enough that it feels right to claim their engagement as a victory too. Ashley just went wedding dress shopping and these two seem to have finally made it work.
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Krystal Nielson & Chris Randone



The only remaining couple from Bachelor in Paradise Season 5, Chris proposed to Krystal last summer. They're still together nearly a year later.

Not every couple from the show can last, but those that do are really in this for the long haul. So maybe this wacky reality TV dating show can work after all.
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