The Golden Bachelor's Gerry & Theresa Still Haven’t Moved In Together

Their long-distance relationship remains a “hurdle.”

'The Golden Bachelor' stars Theresa Nist and Gerry Turner.
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It’s been almost three months since The Golden Bachelor’s Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist tied the knot, but the couple is reportedly still living apart.

Speaking recently to Us Weekly, a source claimed that the newlyweds don’t intend on moving in together anytime soon, citing Theresa’s career at a New Jersey financial advisory firm as the reason. (Gerry reportedly lives in Indiana.)

The insider also claimed that the couple is managing their long-distance relationship with frequent visits to one another. This aligns with Gerry and Theresa’s recent interview on the Dear Shandy podcast, during which they admitted that living separately “is a hurdle.”

Sharing that she is “very loyal” to her longtime employer in New Jersey, Theresa added that their relationship will remain long-distance “until we decide on a place to live.” She continued, “Originally, it was South Carolina, but we’re still not sure.”

On the podcast, Gerry and Theresa also noted how the cultural differences that come with living in different parts of the country make choosing a place to live even more difficult. “It adds to figuring things out,” Gerry explained. “If we were both Midwesterners or East Coast people I think it would be easier.”

Gerry and Theresa on The Golden Bachelor.Disney/John Fleenor

The couple were married in a live televised wedding ceremony on Jan. 4 at the La Quinta Resort & Club, close to Palm Springs.

Speaking to People before their Golden Wedding, Gerry had mentioned they were considering relocating to South Carolina. “It’s an idea I’ve toyed with,” he said, adding that Theresa’s son and grandchildren already live in the same area, which makes moving to the state all the more appealing.

“All of a sudden it’s like, there’s a big problem that is gone,” he said at the time. “The issue of compromising on where to live and how to reconcile families and all of that is, it’s no longer an issue.”