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‘The Bachelorette’ 2012 Emily Maynard’s Choices Have Strained Her Relationship with Ricki’s Grandparents

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Emily Maynard’s choices over signing on to be “The Bachelorette” 2012 has caused a strained relationship between her and Ricki’s grandparents. The 26-year-old single mom allegedly “got difficult” after her break up with Brad Womack. When she became the star of “The Bachelorette,” an insider said she became a bit of a diva and the choice she made to be on the show has upset her daughter’s grandparents, according to a source who spoke with Us Weekly.

The insider revealed about Ricki’s grandparents, “When Emily went on The Bachelor, they weren’t pleased, but they supported her. Now they’re not speaking. They don’t want their grandchild in the spotlight. They are private people.”

A big reason for the disagreement was the fact they didn’t want Ricki “uprooted,” the source claimed.

“They also wanted Ricki kept out of the spotlight, not exploited,” the insider said.
Some think Emily Maynard is a saint the way she handles herself and the sweet persona she gives off on-screen, but the source disagrees with the images she’s made for herself.
“She is painted in this Mother Teresa light,” the insider continued. “She is a nice girl, but she isn’t as good as she’s made out to be.”
It would be interesting to know how Ricki’s grandparents really view seeing the mother of their dead son’s child going on TV to find love among 25 men. If they’re private people, it’s easy to understand why Maynard’s choice to be “The Bachelorette” isn’t a great way to find everlasting love in their eyes. If they weren’t thrilled about her being on “The Bachelor” in 2011 when she got engaged to Brad Womack, it’s understandable they would be livid with her not only going on TV again to find love — but being the star of the show.

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