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The Bachelor: Rachael Kirkconnell Has Moved On From The Bachelor Drama

The Bachelor: Rachael Kirkconnell Has Moved On From The Bachelor Drama

Former Bachelor finalist Rachael Kirkconnell looked relaxed on the beach as she gave The Bachelor fans a “a little taste of summer”. The woman who stole the heart of Matt James showed off her stunning form in a series of photos shared on Instagram. The photos weren’t geotagged to a specific location. They appeared to have been taken at a seaside home.

Rachael Kirkconnell looked stunning in long, loose trousers, sneakers and a strapless band top. Her hair was parted in the middle and fastened in a low bun at her neck. He wore minimal make-up and large earrings.

In a selfie taken in the reflection of a mirrored wall, fans saw a beautiful seaside scene with the sunset in the background. A steel railway lined the cement deck area.

In another snap, Rachael Kirkconnell posed for a selfie in a luxurious outdoor area. Behind her, there was an outdoor seating area, a covered barbecue area and sliding doors leading to the interior of the home.

The Bachelor: Rachael Kirkconnell Has Moved On From The Bachelor Drama

Rachael Kirkconnell seems to have moved on from the drama that surrounded her season of The Bachelor, where she competed for Matt James heart. She came under fire after racially insensitive pictures emerged of her time as a Georgia college student, where she dressed in antebellum clothes for an old-fashioned frat party. This caused a rift in her and Matt James’s relationship, as he felt she did not understand the historical injustices against black people throughout history.

Because of her photos, Chris Harrison also took a leave of absence from his long-running “The Bachelor” franchise after he appeared on TV show Extra to defend Rachael Kirkconnell’s actions.

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