Chris Soules is not going to be receiving Victoria Fuller’s closing rose.
On Wednesday, former “Bachelor” contender Fuller, 26, revealed she had parted methods with Iowa-based farmer Soules, 38, who starred within the titular position on the ABC actuality collection in 2015.
“I’m simply residing my finest life,” Fuller mentioned on the “Viall Recordsdata” podcast. “We went a separate path, however I respect him a lot, I feel he’s an incredible man. I simply suppose proper now, I’m in such a special place than he’s and I’m not shifting to Iowa any time quickly.
“So, I simply need to concentrate on me. It’s been a lot about different folks this 12 months that I simply actually need to hone in on what I need to accomplish, and what I need to get out of this 12 months,” she continued.
Fuller first gained notoriety on Peter Weber’s season of “The Bachelor,” during which she positioned third earlier this 12 months. No stranger to controversy, Fuller was accused in January of modeling “White Lives Matter” attire and later issued an apology. Stories of her 2017 DWI arrest emerged a month later.
In April, a month after the finale of Weber’s season had aired, hypothesis swirled that Fuller and Soules have been an merchandise. Fuller additionally posted an Instagram photograph with the curious caption, “farm life,” within the spring.
Souled joined the Bachelor Nation household in 2014 after showing on Andi Dorfman’s season of “The Bachelorette.” A 12 months later, he received his flip within the driver’s seat as “The Bachelor” and received engaged to Whitney Bischoff. They known as off their engagement in 2015.
Two years later, Soules was arrested after allegedly leaving the scene of a lethal crash in April 2017. He accepted a suspended two-year sentence in August 2019.