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Reality shows sure have a reputation for producing couples that immediately break up after the show. However, there are the triumphant few who continue dating, get engaged, married and even have little Bachelor babies. Check out the couples who beat the odds of reality TV romance!
Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter (Bachelorette - Season 1)
Rehn tried to find love on the Bachelor but was the runner-up. She was made the first Bachelorette, where she met hubby Sutter. After the finale in February 2003, they got married on TV on December 6, 2003. They now have two children together and live in Colorado.
Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum (Bachelorette - Season 7)
Though Hebert was rejected on the Bachelor; she found love during her time on the Bachelorette. The two got engaged on the finale, which aired August 1, 2011. They were married in a ceremony on TV in December 2012. The world found out just weeks ago they are expecting their first child, a boy!
Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried (Bachelorette - Season 9)
The two got engaged on the finale, which aired August 5, 2013. Hartstock moved to Seattle the weekend after and the couple is still planning their wedding.
Molly Malaney and Jason Mesnick (Bachelor - Season 13)
Fans were excited when Mesnick chose Melissa Rycroft to be his wife. But things got strange when Mesnick confessed on air that he really wanted to be with runner-up Molly Malaney. Oops, sorry Melissa. Mesnick and Malaney got married in 2010 and three years later in 2013, they added a daughter to their family, which also includes Mesnick's son from a previous relationship.
Hittin the links to celebrate the big guys big day!!!! pic.twitter.com/wFRIect7oS— Molly Mesnick (@MollyMesnick) July 5, 2014
Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe (Bachelor - Season 17)
Lowe tried to find love with Emily Maynard when she was the Bachelorette but only made it to the top three. He came back for season 17 of the Bachelor where he and Giudici met and fell in love and later married in January during a live ceremony.