After a controversial season of “The Bachelor,” Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham are moving in together.
Burnham, 25, is moving her possessions from her home in Virginia Beach, Virginia, to Luyendyk’s residence in Scottsdale, Arizona, People reported. The couple, who recently got engaged, are documenting their move on social media.
Luyendyk Jr., 36, posted a selfie of the two in the car with Burnham’s dog while traveling through Tennessee.
“Gezellig,” which translates to “cozy” in Dutch, wrote Luyendyk on an Instagram post.
The couple just recently returned from a trip to Europe, where they visited Barcelona and Iceland.
“Bachelor” fans were shocked at the reality show’s season finale earlier this month. Luyendyk Jr. originally chose Becca Kufrin, 27, to be his future wife but changed his mind less than two months after the proposal.
Luyendyk Jr. had a change of heart because there was another woman on his mind — the runner-up, Burnham. His breakup with Kufrin was filmed and shown to the television audience. Kufrin was furious over the decision but has since been named next season’s “Bachelorette.”
On “After the Final Rose,” Luyendyk Jr. proposed to Burnham and the two have shared their time together on social media.
“We’re both very excited about marriage and starting a family,” Burnham told People.