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Ben and Courtney Update: Hints of Wedding Getting Closer

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Ben Flajnik and Courtney Robertson are hinting to fans that their pending wedding date — and plans — are getting closer! On Friday Ben and Courtney teased with photos posted on Twitter of their recent visit on Baker Beach in San Francisco, California. “The Bachelor” pair live there and obviously love it enough to consider making it their wedding venue when the time comes.

Ben tweeted this Friday along with a photo of Courtney, him and his beloved dog near a wedding site on the beach:

“Should we get married here? ;) a picture of Courtney and I observing a wedding.”

Courtney tweeted:

“I love this candid photo of my boys playing at Baker Beach this morning! I am in love with this place, first time here. I think this would be a fun place for a wedding @BenFlajnik ;) Happy Friday all!”

So far they haven’t set a wedding date, but are clearly headed in that direction. For a while there was speculation that Ben and Courtney would marry in Arizona — where Courtney is from. As of Thursday, Ben and Courtney have been engaged for nine months. Ben wrote on Twitter that she reminded him they have been together that long. Is this what sparked the thoughts of marriage after their visit at Baker Beach on Thursday?

Ben and Courtney were predicted to break up immediately after “The Bachelor” wrapped up in March. The two are working hard at making their relationship work, which has come as a surprise to many — and contradicted all critics’ claims that they couldn’t do it. Will the two be getting married soon?

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