JoJo Fletcher and fiancé Jordan Rodgers “went by way of a number of totally different struggles” after getting engaged on “The Bachelorette” in 2016.
Whereas reliving the early phases of their relationship on Monday’s episode of “The Bachelor: Best Season Ever,” the previous “Bachelorette” stated she was not sure if the couple was destined to outlive the long-haul.
“Our first year after the present was very troublesome,” Fletcher stated, in keeping with Folks. “We went by way of a number of totally different struggles.”
Rodgers, 31, the youthful brother of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, proposed to Fletcher, 29, through the Season 12 finale of the ABC actuality sequence. Although dedicated to 1 one other, Rodgers stated the pair questioned if that was sufficient.
“We sat down collectively and we had been like, ‘We love one another, however is that sufficient proper now?’ It was a fork within the highway and we selected to remain collectively and we’re higher for it, however it was not simple,’” Rodgers stated.
Collectively for 4 years, Rodgers popped the query to Fletcher once more final summer time, presenting the Texas native with a 5-carat sparkler from Ring Concierge. Whereas their wedding ceremony has since been postponed as a result of coronavirus pandemic, Fletcher lately informed Web page Six they’ll have a good time when the time is correct.
“We’ve been engaged for 4 years, so we’re like a bit of bit longer, we will deal with. It’ll be far more definitely worth the wait, that’s type of how we’re pondering,” Fletcher informed us. “We’re simply trying ahead to the day to return for our family and friends to be there and have a good time the way in which we all the time wished to have a good time.”
Earlier this month, Fletcher and Rodgers honored their would-be wedding ceremony date, which was Saturday, June 13.
“As you guys know, we’ve spent the final 11 months planning the marriage of our goals however given the circumstances of 2020, we needed to make the troublesome choice to postpone our big day. Although I don’t get to marry you todayyyyy @jrodgers11, I do know it will likely be all extra definitely worth the wait,” Fletcher posted to Instagram.
“2021, we 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘭𝘺𝘺𝘺𝘺𝘺 can’t look forward to you,” she continued.