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‘Bachelor’ couple Tanner Tolbert and Jade Roper reportedly got married Sunday

On Monday’s season finale of “Bachelor in Paradise,” Tanner Tolbert of Kansas City and Jade Roper got engaged.
On Monday’s season finale of “Bachelor in Paradise,” Tanner Tolbert of Kansas City and Jade Roper got engaged. ABC

Former “Bachelor” contestant Jade Roper claimed she and her KC beau Tanner Tolbert were getting married “VERY soon,” and she wasn’t lying.

The couple, who have set down roots in Kansas City, reportedly got married Sunday, according to Us Weekly.

The ceremony took place at the St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach in Dana Point, California.

“Bachelor” host Chris Harrison stuck to his word and officiated the ceremony, with former contestants in attendance.

Guests included current “Bachelor” Ben Higgins, farmer Chris Soules, Andi Dorfman, Nick Viall and Ali Fedotowsky.

According to the gossip magazine, the nuptials will air on ABC on Valentine’s Day.

How romantic.

We should have known something was up — both Tolbert and Roper have been pretty quiet on social media the past few days.

Roper did post this shot of her newly-done nails on Instagram a few days ago, which could have been done in preparation for the couple’s big day.

 

New claws.

A photo posted by Jade Roper (@jadelizroper) on

Former “Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman, who was reportedly in attendance, posted this shot while en route to California:

 

✌out snow! Don't melt until I get back please #nofilter #calibound ☀️

A photo posted by Andi Dorfman (@andi_dorfman) on

The couple has not been shy about documenting life after “Bachelor in Paradise.”

Just a week ago they announced that they bought land to build their dream home in KC, and their wedding prep included an extensive trip to register at Crate and Barrel in Leawood.

The one thing they couldn’t include us in? The date they would say “I do.”

But it looks like we won’t have to wait long to get a front row seat.

When we asked if readers thought “Janner” would last, they answered with a resounding “yes,” and we sure hope they’re right.

 
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