The Transformation Of Former ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay
Rachel Lindsay Abasolo is proof that a lot can change in three years if you want it to!
A while ago, the star began her reign on “The Bachelor,” and it’s spinoff the “The Bachelorette,” in search of love and all the goodies that comes with it. Now, she’s happily married to the cutest guy, has a pet, switched careers, and is making plans to build her family.
If there’s anything we’ve learned from Lindsay, it’s that every incredible moment in a person’s life, begins from a decision they made in the past.
From the looks of it, Lindsay made an incredible decision. Keep reading for more information.
Life As A TV Personality
During Nick Viall’s season of “The Bachelor,” Lindsay came in as a contestant. She was noticed by the Bachelor star and given the ’first impression’ rose after a while.
However, at the end of the season, she came in third place with Raven Gates in second place and Vanessa Grimaldi in first place.
In 2017, Lindsay was crowned as the Bachelorette, and the show’s producers cast several distinct personalities. Luckily, the TV Star found her soul mate, Bryan Abasolo, whom she quickly fell in love with and picked at the end of the season.
Life After Bachelorette Season
Lindsay and Abasolo got engaged in Dallas and later moved to Miami in early 2019. In the same year, they tied the knot in Cancun, Mexico.
After getting married, Lindsay decided to switch from a law profession to TV hosting. When fans heard about her decision, they were skeptical about it and wondered if the star was moving too fast in her relationship.
However, she pacified them during an interview with “Refinery 29,” when she noted that the decision wasn’t sudden. She went on to say that she got to a point in her life where she knew she was due for a change.
New Career Is A Bliss
Lindsay’s switch from law to TV host paid off, as the star landed several hosting jobs in a short time. Since 2017, she has hosted and moderated the sports talk show called “ESPn First Take.”
Two years later, she was given an opportunity to host “Ghosted: Love Gone Missing,” by MTV. This show follows Lindsay and her co-host, Travis Mills trying to find people who have ghosted their friends and loved ones.
In 2019 again, it was revealed that Lindsay would become a co-host on the Bachelor’s Happy Hour podcast.
Plans For A Future Family
Everything in Lindsay’s life is going well, and at the pace she wants it to, so it’s wasn’t a joke when the 36-year-old told “Us Weekly,” that she planned to have kids very soon.
She found love with a beautiful partner who understands and supports all her decisions and life choices, so making a future family is definitely on the works.
Lindsay explained to the news outlet that she and Abasolo planned conceive sometime in 2020. Although there has been zero reports of a baby bump, fans are still keeping their fingers crossed.