Thomas Jacobs is my first fiancé that I really want to marry

After two broken steps, Becca Kafrin Confident she found The One in Thomas Jacobs.

“I keep learning things about him. Like any relationship, I hope to learn something new about my partner and keep loving more and more. Thomas always keeps me on my toes,” said the 32-year-old former bachelorette us weekly On the Podcast “Here for the Right Reasons” While promoting the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast. “He really is the most adventurous, fun and laid-back guy. But what I think makes this relationship different with him is that he’s really the only one [I’ve been with] Who are our values ​​and morals compatible with. Yes, we’re engaged and talked about what our marriage would look like, what the future would look like with children and how we want our family dynamic to be.”

Kafrin was briefly addressed Ari Luyendyk Jr. After season 22 of BSC. During her tenure as a leader, she was involved in Garrett Yrigoyen. They split during the summer of 2020 after two years together.

“[Thomas is] The first man who was really on the same page with me – how we want to raise our children, what morals and values ​​we want to instill in them,” “And I feel not only among us, but with our families, it is the same, which is really special. And so we have a great support system behind us. We’ll have different discussions about the differences, but I like it a lot. He’s the first guy, too, who’s like, “I really want to spend my whole life with you.” I want to start planning my wedding and I want to do all the things I love in the past, “Oh no, it’s necessarily right for me, but we’ll see.”

Like two blasphemies Being the one who proposes to Jacobs’ fiancéwhom she met in the seventh season of Bachelor in Heaven In 2021, the Minnesota native we That their wedding will be “a little different” from the others.

Becca Kufrin Thomas Jacobs is the first man I want to spend my whole life with

Becca Kufrin and Thomas Jacobs Courtesy of Thomas Jacobs / Instagram

“We just want it to be fun because a lot of people are going to come from out of state. So we’ll probably have a lot of food trucks and a lot of rides and make it a great party atmosphere.” “We’re not going to get the traditional sit-down dinner with the sermons, you know, all that. I don’t know if I’m going to throw a bouquet, we probably won’t, you know, we just want to switch it up and do the things that feel right and special to us, but that would also be useful And just get to show off the best time for our guests, too.”

In addition to preparing to walk down the aisle, Kufrin’s future also includes co-hosting “Bachelor’s Happy Hour” with Michelle Young.

“Michelle and I are definitely still finding our beat together. The former publicist said she’s still pretty new to Happy Hour, but so far, it’s been a lot of fun.” we. “I’d just like to see her feel more comfortable and dive right in and just feel like she can take over, you know, any time I go. And that’s something my former host was, Rachel [Lindsay]And the She taught me, like, “I’m going to prepare you enough to get to where you want to be.” And so I hope to be for Michelle one day, but she’s been so much fun with her.”

Gabe Wendy And the Rachel Rikia Next season 19 of The bachelorette The first season will lead to recap together.

“We came from the point of view of the podcast and we were the ones who were going to be interviewing all the guests, but we also lived through it and had first-hand experience of what it feels like to be a contestant and to be a pioneer,” Kafrin said. we.

The Bourdon Foundation has continued to think about how she has grown since her first appearance on the series when he asked her we What will she tell herself in 2018.

“Oh my God, what would I have said to Becca five years ago? Upon entering, I had no idea what to expect. It was all new to me, but only to ask the right and direct questions from potential partners, to find out what is important to you in any relationship futuristic and speaking out loud about it,” we. “And also, like, take your time and don’t necessarily say yes to a share on TV. If it’s not going to be 100 percent okay. But you know, in general looking back on the past five years, since I’ve been going on that BSCI really don’t have any regrets. I mean, everything taught me a lesson, whether it was easy or not. This all led me to this point and so, I wouldn’t necessarily change anything along the way, because I wouldn’t be where I am today. I wouldn’t go to heaven. I would never have met Thomas. So enjoy the ride.”

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