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Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici: ‘Bachelor’ Couple Settle in a Different Place



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Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici have decided to settle in a different place as far as living arrangements go. Life & Style magazine published a report Thr. that “The Bachelor” couple have relocated to Sean’s hometown of Dallas. A friend of Sean and Catherine’s told the magazine that they relocated from L.A. to Dallas this week.

“They’ve finally made the move to Dallas as of this week,” a pal of the couple’s said. “They’re really happy together and excited to start their new life.”

The report cited an earlier interview they had with Catherine when she first visited Dallas with her fiance in July.

“I loved it. His family and friends are to die for and I love them so much,” Catherine said. “It was a very grounding experience for both of us and gave us a glimpse of what our life would actually be like there.”

Sean was happy to show his bride-to-be the city of Dallas. Now he’s talked her into moving there with him and the two plan on having a great life there.

As for a wedding date, Sean said recently to expect one soon. Some predict the two will marry by next spring. It’s unclear if Sean and Catherine will air their wedding on TV. Sean likes the “advantages” of having a televised wedding. For one thing it’s “free,” but he also likes the advantages of having a private ceremony. During “After the Final Rose” special following “The Bachelor,” Sean said he felt it only fair to get married before the loyal fans who followed his path to finding love with Catherine.

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