At this moment an ABC’s TV reality show – Bachelor 2013 may not be known for people in Chiang Rai but it currently has huge anticipation in the US and North America. Is there anything to do with Chiang Rai? Yes, the final rose ceremony was in here in Chiang Rai last November and the finale will be on air in a few weeks.
The grand finale of The Bachelor doesn’t take place until next month, but love is already in the air for the not so eligible Sean Lowe with the news that he proposed to the show winner last November in Chiang Rai.
According to reports in Life & Style this year’s chosen bachelor, wealthy entrepreneur Sean Lowe, popped the question with a stunning $76,000, 4.3 carat Neil Lane ring during a romantic trip to Thailand on November 17th.
“They’re 100 percent engaged and committed,” an insider confirmed, said Reality Steve.
Some sources reported that the couple have stayed in a luxurious $1,100 a night room at the Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa in Chiang Rai – an exclusive hotel that offers panoramic views of the Mekong River, Myanmar and Laos.
However, according to Reality Steve, who has been 99% right for his past spoilers, there’s a bit of a mixup between the hotel where the girls were staying and where the final rose ceremony was held. Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa was where one of the final two girls was staying, not where the final rose ceremony was.The final rose ceremony was filmed Saturday, November 17th at another resort hotel, called Pa Sok Tong Villa.
Sean and his yet to be named fiancee are planning to wed as soon as possible – and relatives of his soon to be bride admit she’s already chosen her preferred location.
“Her ideal wedding location would be California,” said one, who went on to add that Sean ‘fits perfectly into our family.’ This year’s season of the hit ABC dating show kicked off on January 7th.
Read more about the hotel (Pa Sok Tong Villa) where the final rose ceremony took place in our post @ The final rose ceremony of the Bachelor Season 17 was Filmed in Chiang Rai
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