As much as we would love to watch The Bachelor, it's not on Netflix, so it's kind of hard to watch it from an i Pad on the plane.
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promises to grant viewers a peek into the real lives of the two former contestants.
Are you worried that by doing this spinoff and having all the cameras around is going to put a strain on the good thing you've got going? Now, we're totally fine with it, but at first, when the idea was presented to us, there was some worry there.
There were some conversations about just really making sure our relationship comes first and nothing gets in the way of that.
Obviously, they're not because now it's just Ben and I and there are no other distractions, but we made sure that it wasn’t going to get in the way -- and if it ever does, then that's a conversation that we're going to be quick to have.
Hopefully, it won't because it's not going to be a 24/7 thing.
We're always busy and we're always doing fun stuff, so I think this will just be that.
I don’t think there will be a lot of downtime because I don’t feel like our life has a lot of down time. So we're not going to be watching you two watching Netflix on the couch?
We’re on the couch and we're ordering takeout and hanging out, so I think there will be some of that.
Hopefully, [there will be] some wedding planning because that's something that both of us have really made a priority.
Lauren: No, I mean, there might be a little bit of that.
Obviously, we try to make time for that because that's important stuff and I think any downtime that we do get -- it's not that often -- but when we do, that's exactly what we e do.
We're just starting that process now that things have kind of slowed down for us a little bit.