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Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum on why their marriage will withstand 'Bachelor' curse

By Gina DiFalco,

Bachelorette couple Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum got married on Dec. 1 and fans got to watch them exchange vows on Sunday night on ABC.

While there’s only been a few couples who have made it work on the long-running Bachelor and Bachelorette shows, the newest married couple explains why they think their marriage will last.

On Thursday, the couple appeared on The View, where they dished on what makes their union special.

“You know what I think happens, I think that people feel like they want it to happen so bad and they don't actually trust their emotions," Hebert explained, Us Weekly reports. "They're not 100 percent honest maybe about their emotions. If you stay true to yourself and true to your feelings and you're acting like yourself, you get to know the other person a lot earlier."

Trista and Ryan Sutter got married almost nine years ago and still make it work, and Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney got married in 2010 only after Mesnick broke off his engagement with his pick on the finale, Melissa Rycroft. But those are the only couples who made it work from the popular show.

“There is no formula. It's like life, we just happened to fall in love on a TV show," Rosenbaum added.

He added of the show “You never see what's going on with her dates with the other guys, so all I can really focus on is my date with her," adding, "Ever since the second we met, we've just had a connection and so we went into the date and it was just the two of us, there was no cameras, there was nothing else going on in the world."

"It was just the two of us. It felt like that almost from start to finish,” he concluded.

The Huffington Post reports that the 17th season of The Bachelor premieres on January 7.

image: INF Daily

 
 

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