Why Wells Adams Says Chris Harrison Will Not Be Officiating His and Sarah Hyland’s Wedding
Former Bachelorette contestant and current Bachelor In Paradise bartender Wells Adams asked Modern Family star Sarah Hyland to marry him about three months ago. Already, Bachelor Nation is incredibly excited to learn anything and everything about the couple’s upcoming big day.
In a recent interview with E! News, Adams said that wedding planning “hasn’t even really started.” Right now, they’re focusing on celebrating their engagement.
He does know a few key details, though.
“I’m told there are going to be a lot of florals, a lot of tans. I’ve got a couple options,” he told the publication in reference to what he’ll be wearing. “There will be a suit involved, but there will be no tie. I think it’s pretty casual, but I’m going to have the buttons undone, the chest hair is coming out, it’s going to be breathing!”
Chris Harrison will be invited to Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams’ wedding but he’s not officiating
“Chris Harrison will be there,” he said. “Let’s be fair, if it weren’t for Chris and a couple of the other executive producers, I would’ve never even met Sarah. So, Harrison is an integral part of my happiness in general and I love him and now I get to hang out with him every summer, so I want him to be there.”
But Adams made it clear that Harrison will purely be there as a guest. He will not be officiating. Adams wants his friend to relax and enjoy himself.
“I want him to just have fun and have a good time and not have to be burned by any of that stuff. He was nice enough to offer, but I wouldn’t do that,” he said. “He’s my friend, I don’t want him to have to work at my wedding. All my musician friends from Nashville offered to perform at the wedding, and I was like, ‘No! I want you to be there to celebrate with me, not to work!'”
Have Wells Adams and Sarah Hyland talked about having kids?
Modern Family fans know that Hyland’s character is the mother of twins. When E! News asked Adams whether he and Hyland are hoping for twins like Haley, he said: “Not really.”
“I think we wouldn’t want to have twins right off the bat, but no,” he said. “I have eight or nine now, nieces and nephews, so she got a crash course in what it’s like being around babies just from hanging out with my family. But twins, that would be a lot. But she’s not Haley, she’s Sarah, and Sarah would handle twins much better than Haley.”