All Of The Babies That Came Out Of The Bachelor Franchise

Arie and Lauren Luyendyk just welcomed twins!



Alessi Luyendyk & Twins

The newest Bachelor babies have arrived! On June 12, Season 22’s Arie and Lauren Luyendyk welcomed a set of boy-girl twins. And while we don’t know their names quite yet, it’s safe to say the twins’ older sister — 2-year-old Alessi — is thrilled about her new siblings.


Samuel, Isaiah & Mia Lowe

On the Season 17 finale of The Bachelor, Sean Lowe proposed to contestant Catherine Giudici. Now, the happily married couple has three kids together: Samuel, 4, Isaiah, 3, and Mia, 1.


Riley Mesnick

It looks like the messiness at the end of Season 13 of The Bachelor was all worth it. After selecting Melissa Rycroft as the winner, Jason Mesnick changed his mind during the After the Final Rose ceremony and chose his runner-up, Molly Malaney. Now, the two are married and share an 8-year-old daughter named Riley. Jason also has a 16-year-old son from a previous marriage named Ty.


Fordham & Essex Rosenbaum

In October 2020, The Bachelorette’s J.P. and Ashley Rosenbaum announced their split. But after eight years of marriage, the former couple still has a lot to be proud of, including their two kids, 6-year-old Fordham and 4-year-old Essex.


Emerson, Brooks, & Reed Tolbert

Bachelor in Paradise alums Jade and Tanner Tolbert exchanged their vows in 2016 and quickly started a family. In August 2017, they welcomed their daughter Emerson into the world. Two years later, their son Brooks arrived in a speedy and unusual fashion. “I accidentally gave birth at home last night, in our master closet,” Jade wrote on Instagram one day after his birth. Last November, the pair’s third child, Reed, was born.


Isabella & Charlie Bass

Much like Jade and Tanner, Carly Waddell and Evan Bass met on Bachelor in Paradise. After getting married in 2017 on the beach where it all started, the couple had two kids together, 3-year-old Bella and 1-year-old Charlie. In December, the pair announced their split.


Asher & Zander Siegfried

Like all great Bachelorette seasons, Desiree Hartsock’s ended with an engagement. In 2015, she and winner Chris Siegfried tied the knot in Palos Verdes, California. Now, they have two sons together: Asher, 4, and Zander, 2.


Maxwell & Blakesley Sutter

To this day, the first-ever Bachelorette Trista Sutter remains happily married to her final rose recipient, Ryan Sutter. The couple got married in 2003 and let’s just say their babies aren’t babies anymore. Maxwell is now 13 years old, and their daughter Blakesley is 12.


Poppy Julian

Loyal Bachelor fans might remember Holly and Blake Julian from Season 2 of Bachelor Pad, which was a spinoff series that ended in 2012. In 2015, the couple got married and a few years later decided to expand their family. They adopted their daughter Poppy in 2019.


Charlotte, Noah & Carter Csincsak

At the end of DeAnna’s season, she gave her final rose to snowboarder Jesse Csincsak. Obviously, things didn’t work out, but Jesse ultimately found what he was looking for in Ann Lueders, a contestant from Jason Mesnick’s season who was eliminated in the first week. Now, they have three kids together: Charlotte, Noah, and Carter.


Lyla & Hayes Lambton

Bachelor alums Chris and Peyton Lambton actually met off the air through mutual friends. The duo wed in 2012 and went on to have two children together, 4-year-old Lyla and 2-year-old Hayes.


Addison & Austin Stagliano

Former Bachelorette DeAnna Pappas didn’t find love on her season. However, she did find love later on with the brother of a contestant from Season 5. Michael Stagliano competed for Jillian Harris’ heart on Season 5 of The Bachelorette and lost, but his brother Stephen went on to marry and have two kids — Addison, 7, and Austin, 5 —with DeAnna. Sounds like a Bachelor Nation success story to us!