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‘Bachelor’ Ben Flajnik And Courtney Robertson At Wet Republic (GALLERY)



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Former “Bachelor” Ben Flajnik and his fiancée Courtney Robertson posed for photos at MGM’s Wet Republic in Las Vegas this weekend.

So there was no suggestion of ‘what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.’ The couple appeared very keen to pose for the cameras in Sin City.

Leaving little to the imagination in a red and white striped bikini, model Courtney did what she does best and stole the show, as well as a lot of kisses from her fiancé.

There have been numerous rumors of a split since the March finale of the reality dating TV show so I probably won’t be the only one scrutinizing the body language in the photos, especially when Ben and Courtney hit the red carpet of PURE Nightclub where they were guests of honor for the night.

For some reason a photographer asked Ben about the couple having children together. I’d let them move in together first, if I were you. This is no lightning romance, more of a slow burner.

Courtney then replied, “We think after a year of being together we will be able to see where we want to go.”

And would they ever get married in Sin City?  “My dad texted me and said you better not be getting married in Vegas! And I was like oh no, no,” Courtney laughed.

So get scrutinizing that body language, folks. Are the happy couple still happy?

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