The “Modern Family” alum, 31, and the “Bachelor in Paradise” star, 37, have postponed their nuptials since 2020. Although, this year might be the year Hyland will finally walk down the aisle.
‘Hopefully, This Is The Year’
She recently appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and talked about their wedding situation to host Mario Lopez, 48.
When Lopez asked her how long she has been engaged to Adams, Hyland hilariously answered while laughing: “it’s been 84 years.”
As for wedding plans, she noted, “Like I said before, it’s been 84 years, but like, hopefully, this is the year. I’m saying that this is the year. I would like this to be the year. No matter what.”
They Talked About ‘Options’
Lopez then asked Hyland whether she would ever consider “eloping” with Adams.
The “Geek Charming” responded, saying, “I would definitely consider, I mean, we’ve talked naturally. We’ve talked about all of the options since we had to cancel ours.”
“I am totally fine with a little thing like either Vegas or just going to the south of France — just the two of us — something like that. But Wells is such a romantic and he wants everybody to be there,” Hyland continued, while also adding a little joke, saying, “Maybe that means he loves his family more than I do.”
“But I just… I don’t know. I think that this, this hopefully will be the year, but we’re gonna have the people that we love there, which is a lot of people. So that’s what we want everybody to be safe,” Hyland added.
Sarah Hyland’s Family Adore Wells Adams
The “Shadowhunters” star also revealed on the show that her family can’t get enough of Adams.
“My parents, my whole family is obsessed with Wells,” Hyland said. “He asked for both my parents’ blessing as well as Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell. He tracked them down and asked for theirs as well. He did both of my parents.”
He Got Her Mom’s Approval From The Start
Hyland explained to Lopez how her mom “manifested” Adams for her daughter.
“I think that I have been a part of The Bachelor franchise longer than Wells, because I have been watching since the very first season with my mom,” she said, adding, “It was like the one show that my mom and I would watch together. So I essentially shop for my future husband on television.”
“My mother, about a month or two ago, because you know, time. I don’t know how we got on this subject, but she told me, ‘not to make your engagement or your marriage about me, but I manifested this for you,'” Hyland shared.
“‘Yes. I was watching Wells on JoJo season of The Bachelor and I said to your father, if Sarah brings that man home, I would be happy. So you’re welcome,'” she continued.
An Elopement In Vegas?
Adams shared the same sentiments about eloping last month during his interview with ET Canada.
“Third time’s a charm. Listen, we’ve postponed it two years in a row. If something else crazy happens this year, then we’re just going to go to Vegas with powder blue suits and knock it out,” he said.
“I’m not sure if we can wait another year,” Adams continued, adding, “We’ll see. Who knows what’s going to happen.”
Re-planning The Whole Thing
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The couple, who got engaged in July 2019, initially had their wedding date set for August 8, 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic forced them to postpone the once-in-a-lifetime event.
At the time, Hyland took to Instagram and shared pictures of them together while dressed in white clothes. Instead of feeling down, they made the day fun by taking snaps after drinking some liquor.
“A couple, a pandemic, & a postponed wedding: A series,” she wrote in the caption. “We were supposed to get married today. Instead… we took pictures and drank wine. I love you to Pluto & back @wellsadams ✨”
In August, Adams revealed that he and Hyland were “hoping” to get married in 2022.”
“2022 has got to be our year, right?” he told People. “We’re going to do it all over again, we’re going to go on a nice vacation to where we got engaged, we’re going to re-plan the entire engagement party again, we’re going to re-plan our bachelor and bachelorette parties, we’re going to kind of like, start a new one doing the wedding stuff.”