‘The Bachelorette’ Couple Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo Celebrated Their 1st Anniversary on This Romantic Island
Where did Lindsay and Abasolo get married?
The Bachelorette couple who made us believe in love on season 13 got married on Aug. 24, 2019. They held their wedding on the rooftop at the Royalton Suites in Cancun, Mexico. They did not televise their wedding like most other Bachelor, and Bachelorette couples commonly do.
“Married my best friend this weekend!” Abasolo wrote on Instagram from their honeymoon in Greece. “Without a doubt, the most memorable time of our lives. Huge thanks to our family, friends, and every single one of you for all your love and support throughout our journey! Can’t wait to share all our memories with you all soon!”
Lindsay commemorated their anniversary with a sweet first anniversary post on Instagram.
“One year + FOREVER,” Lindsay captioned the photo of the two walking down the aisle. “I love you and I am beyond thankful for you,”
The two love to travel, so it’s no surprise that they went somewhere exotic to celebrate their first anniversary.
‘The Bachelorette’ couple went to the romantic island of Aruba to celebrate their anniversary
Rachel Lindsay and husband Bryan Abasolo went to the Southern Caribbean island of Aruba for a romantic getaway. They stayed at the Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, an adults-only property listed as one of the most romantic hotels in the world by TripAdvisor.
They spent time on the island’s Eagle Beach and went swimming in Arikok National Park’s Natural pool during their stay.
The couple also spent an evening on the beach for the anniversary dinner.
‘The Bachelorette’ alum Rachel Lindsay fed flamingos
Lindsay was able to feed flamingos on Aruba’s 40-acre private island, Renaissance Island.
Aruba is a Dutch island, located outside of the hurricane belt, and ready for adventure seekers everywhere.
Rachel Lindsay hosts MTV’s ‘Ghosted’ Season 2
Ghosted: Love Gone Missing premiered on MTV on Sept. 10, 2019 with hosts Rachel Lindsay and actor Travis Mills. In the series, the hosts help people find and confront their former friends or partners after being “ghosted.”
Season 2 premiered on MTV on Sept. 2, 2020, with Lindsay and Mills as hosts for the second time.
“This is me the entire episode on TONIGHT’S Season Premiere of MTV’s Ghosted,” Lindsay captioned a video on Instagram. “Swipe over to see why and watch tonight on @mtv at 9PMEST.”