During last night’s episode of Bachelor In Paradise, Connor Saeli expressed disappointment that he had now been abandoned in paradise. He felt things with Caelynn Miller-Keyes were going great until Dean Unglert showed up and asked Caelynn to leave with him.
Connor quickly focused his attention on Whitney Fransway, a woman who he had met at the Bachelor wedding that took place this season. She hadn’t entered paradise, but he was waiting for her to join. However, his patience quickly faded and about an hour before she arrived, he decided to leave.
However, it sounds like things have worked out just fine for these two. Bachelor In Paradise stars Connor and Whitney were able to meet up after all.
Viewers saw how they met in a hotel room after Connor had left and only a few minutes passed before they were making out on the hotel balcony. Since then, it has been radio silence. However, Reality Steve reveals that they are indeed still together and will provide an update on their relationship on the reunion special.
Since Bachelor In Paradise just wrapped a few weeks ago, it’s still early in their relationship. In other words, viewers shouldn’t expect a proposal to come on the reunion special. Instead, Connor and Whitney may start sharing photos of one another on their respective social media accounts once they are allowed.
Usually, the Bachelor production prohibits posts on social media that could potentially reveal any spoilers or outcomes that fans know nothing about. After the reunion special airs, it’s possible that Connor and Whitney will start opening up about their relationship and possible future plans. Chris Harrison may also ask them some tough questions during the reunion.
Bachelor In Paradise concludes next Tuesday at 8/7c on ABC.
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