All hail, the newest member of Bachelor Nation. On Friday, former Bachelorette Ashley
Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum announced their second child has been born. They already have a son together, Fordham Rhys. The couple's newest
addition is a baby girl named Essex
Reese Rosenbaum, according to People, who broke the news exclusively. Isn’t it so great to see a pair from this hit
reality show still together and thriving, especially when that thriving
means that Bachelor Nation is
continuing to expand? Because while most people have a duty to their own desires
to reproduce, Hebert and Rosenbaum are helping continue the legacy of the show that
brought them together in the first place.
After all, it isn’t many couples that make it out of the Bachelor and Bachelorette whirlwind fully in tact. Along with Bachelorette Trista Sutter and her husband Ryan, the Rosenbaums are one of the few couples to make it out of the reality world unscathed. Not only unscathed, but representing Bach Nation well.
After being rejected by Brad Womack on Season 15 of The Bachelor, Hebert went on to write her own love story on Season 7 of The Bachelorette, choosing Rosenbaum in the end as the man she couldn’t live without.
Ever since then, the couple has been
inseparable. Marrying soon after their engagement in 2012, the couple gave
birth to their son in 2014. Now their latest addition is a welcome one, helping
this Bachelor family grow even bigger.
And that’s reason to celebrate for Bachelor
Nation, because even if baby Essex wants nothing to do with her mom and dad’s
reality TV roots, she has an entire fan base behind her, and not many people
can say that.
Congratulations to the lovely family.