The Bachelor's Arie Luyendyk Jr. shocked the world when he broke up with his fiancée, Becca Kufrin, in a brutal unedited segment during part one of the show's finale, then got back together with his runner-up, Lauren Burnham. The 36-year-old later got down on one knee and proposed to the 25-year-old during The Bachelor: After the Final Rose (while Becca was backstage) with a giant 3.5 carat Neil Lane ring. Naturally Lauren said yes, and they've been enjoying their engagement over the last few months. Now it seems the two have officially announced their wedding date!
While on ABC's The View, the couple announced they plan to wed on Jan. 12, 2019, almost exactly a year after meeting each other on The Bachelor. The two also mentioned their wedding would be taking place at Maui's Historic Haiku Mill in Hawaii, and made it clear that it will be a private wedding with no cameras rolling.
"We've already been planning it, even before the engagement. We want to do it quickly," Arie told People in March. "Love is not always perfect. Everyone finds each other in a different way. It's not always a fairy tale, but as long as Lauren and I have each other, we're happy."
Another person we know should be getting married soon, too: Arie's original pick, Becca Kufrin. The 27-year-old was announced as the next Bachelorette after Arie proposed, and she's already revealed she is engaged. We can't wait to see how these love stories continue to unfold!