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Hannah G and Dylan Barbour are still going strong after Bachelor In Paradise

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Hannah and Dylan got engaged on Bachelor In Paradise. Pic credit: ABC

Hannah Goodwin and Dylan Barbour were the power couple of this past season of Bachelor In Paradise.

They got engaged after Dylan fought to win her heart all season. And it seems to have worked, as they are still going strong.

In fact, they continue to share their love for one another on Instagram, often sharing happy videos of them together on their Instagram Stories, sharing red carpet photos of them kissing, even photos from a recent vacation together.

Just this week, Hannah posted a photo of them at the 3rd annual #REVOLVEawards. While Hannah called Dylan her “hawt date,” he replied in the comments, “You sexy beast.”

In fact, the two are having so much fun together being engaged that they even matched their costumes for Halloween, going as Sandy and Danny from Grease.

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But just because they are still a power couple after Bachelor In Paradise and continue to share their love on Instagram doesn’t mean they are in a rush to walk down the aisle. In fact, they may not be doing a televised wedding during the next season of Bachelor In Paradise to show the world that the process does work.

According to US Weekly, Hannah G and Dylan Barbour do talk about their wedding, but they have set no date. In addition, they don’t even live together yet. While they do spend about four days together out of the week, they continue to live in different cities.

Dylan continues to live in San Diego and she lives in Los Angeles. That’s a 2 1/2 hour drive – or about 120 miles. As the couple told the magazine, they enjoy just being a couple for now and their situation works.

Earlier this fall, the two took a romantic trip to Paris, France, where they got to know one another away from the cameras.

Perhaps these two can show the world that a television romance can work, even if you make your own rules.

Bachelor In Paradise returns next summer 2020. 


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