Beloved Angie Kent has dropped a clue about what may have been behind the separation of The Bachelor Matt Agnew from winner Chelsie McLeod.
Appearing in You’ve been paying attention with your partner Carlin Sterritt, The Bachelorette believes they were victims of the Bachie bubble.
When asked to comment on the breaking news, Kent said leaving Bachelor’s mansion was “hard.”
“Once you get out of the Bachie bubble, it’s up to you to create a connection and see how it works and it’s hard,” he said.
But HYBPA host Tom Gleisner was a little more cynical about the division.
“Sometimes, in life, couples come to a natural end in their contractual agreements,” he joked.
In an Instagram post announcing the separation, Agnew said that the six months since filming ended had been “a unique experience.”
“Chels and I have created beautiful memories together that I will always appreciate, and I wish him nothing but the best.
“However, it is with a big heart that I write this. For Chels and for me, our relationship has not translated from filming to the real world, every day, as we expected.
“Chels is a very special woman and I want her to find the happiness she deserves. For those who wonder if there is anyone else for me right now, there definitely isn’t. “It’s not anyone’s fault, it’s just life.”
Chelsie also posted on Instagram about the separation: “Matt showed me what it was like to be respected in a relationship and I’m very grateful for that,” he wrote.
“However, it saddens me to say that we are no longer together. I wish him nothing but the best. I’m sorry for those who invested in our relationship. “
Last Thursday, Kent chose Carlin at the end of The Bachelorette, with the couple exchanging the “L word” and an engagement ring.
HYPBA contestant Ed Kavalee had an excavation at Carlin, who developed a reputation for being bored after clarifying when Matt and Chelsie’s season had passed.
“Carlin can you speak, my God!”
Sterritt said leaving Bachelor’s mansion had been surreal.
“It’s quite surreal just to be outdoors, to be able to talk,” he said.