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Emily Maynard Moving to Texas!



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It may have been a difficult couple of  months for Emily Maynard since Brad Womack proposed to her on the season finale of The Bachelor, but less than two weeks after their on-again-off-again  relationship woes were aired publicly, Emily has apparently decided to move to Texas to be with Brad.

Emily and her young daughter currently live in Charlotte, NC. Brad had always said that if the woman he chose refused to move to Austin that would be a deal breaker. With Emily having a child who had her life and everything she knew based elsewhere, some fans hoped Brad would relent and do the gentlemanly thing of moving to Charlotte. Maybe Emily hoped that too, and that added to their problems.

But, Brad said, “I know love is a compromise, but that’s the only thing that I was very adamant about.  I have some very strong roots there. I don’t want to relocate. I have a career in Austin.”

So it seems Emily is the one who caved. Yesterday, Brad Tweeted his denial that he might move to NC to be with Emily and her daughter, Ricki (5). Emily has decided to move from North Carolina to Texas with Ricki, to be with Brad and give their relationship her maximum effort.

Of course, Brad is thrilled, as his Monday Tweet revealed: “Didn’t think it was possible, but after this weekend I’m even MORE attracted to my girl.” And he touchingly calls Emily and Ricki “my two favorite people.”

Awww, sweet! Let’s hope it is on again for the Bachelor lovebirds!

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