“I spoke to her yesterday [and] spoke to Erich this morning, and I know they’re still trying to kind of work through things, so just giving them the space that they need,” the Bachelor host, 44, solely informed Us Weekly on Saturday, November 5, on the Bachelor in Paradise Tastemaker Event in Hollywood. “[They are] two amazing people and everybody saw the potential in that relationship and just wish them the best for whatever that is, whatever that means.”
“When I met you, I, like, immediately was 100 percent myself. I’ve never met anybody that I felt that comfortable with — that deep of a connection. I felt like I really knew you for years,” the New Jersey native previously gushed during his engagement speech, which aired in the course of the September finale. “I didn’t know it, but I had met my soulmate. … You are the most amazing person I’ve ever met. It’s you and me until the wheels fall off. I’m head over heels in love with you, and I want to spend the rest of my life with you.”
“This last week has been, honestly, like a dream come true. I feel like I’m on cloud nine. [It’s] so cheesy,” the previous Denver Broncos cheerleader exclusively told Us last month, noting it was “amazing” that Schwer came to cheer her on at Dancing With the Stars. “[I’m] excited to perform for him and [for] him to see a different side of me that … we don’t get to share with each other, you know, every day.”
While the actual property analyst cheered on Windey and pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy’s Disney+ Night routine, he was notably absent at the previous few weeks of the competitors. The ICU nurse, for her half, ditched her engagement ring in the course of the dances.
As Windey and Schwer privately mourn the top of their actuality TV romance, she’s sought solace in Recchia, 26, who can be single after ending her engagement to Tino Franco. (The pilot and Franco, 28, break up earlier than After the Final Rose when he admitted to cheating on her.)
“[I’m] certainly bummed for [Gabby and Rachel], but they’re both such amazing women and amazing people and great friends too,” Palmer, who served as the host for the co-leads’ joint season, informed Us on Saturday at Ka’Teen. “Obviously, you just wish them all the happiness moving forward, and [I’m] really excited for what’s in store for both of them ‘cause they’re such rock stars.”
With reporting by Hannah Kahn