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“It is with heavy hearts that we announce our decision to go our separate ways,” the two said in a joint statement to People. “We feel fortunate for the time we had together, and will remain friends with much love and respect for one another. We wish nothing but the best for each other, and ask for your support and understanding at this time.”
Higgins, 29, first met Bushnell, 27, on his season of The Bachelor, which premiered on ABC in January 2016, and ultimately proposed to her with the final rose on the show's finale last March.
The two have not posted about one another on social media in weeks. Bushnell last shared a pic of Higgins on Easter Sunday, April 16, while »
Et caught up with the Bachelor couple at Disneyland more than a year after Higgins first proposed, where they shared an update on when they'll be walking down the aisle.
"We get it, people are interested in when are we getting married -- we're excited for that day," Higgins revealed.
"[But] we don't know! We don't know!" Bushnell interjected.
"Our life is pretty crazy, and we're having a blast being engaged and enjoying that time without having the stresses of planning a wedding on top of it," Higgins said.
"We have been together for a year and a half now, so I don't think we're pushing it too far yet," Bushnell explained. "Entertainment Tonight will be the first to know at that three-year mark."
In the wake of being robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel, Kim Kardashian's life has changed dramatically.
On Sunday's special Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the stark aftermath of Kim's assault in October was examined as she and her family struggled to wrap their heads around the violent reality of the situation.
Watch: Kim Kardashian On Emotional 'Kuwtk' Episode About 'Life-Changing' Paris Robbery: 'I'm Not Going to Hold Back'
Meanwhile, her husband, Kanye West, stopped his performance at The Meadows Music & Arts Festival in New York immediately after hearing of her attack, to join her.
Days after the incident, Kim and Kanye were back in New York City, where they spent time with their kids -- 3-year-old North and 1-year-old Saint.
Riding up in the »
In real life, cannibalism objectively isn't cool - don't do it. On Netflix, though? It's a riot. Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant are the stars of the new comedy Santa Clarita Diet, which follows Sheila (Barrymore) as she dies, is somehow revived, and develops a taste for human flesh. Basically she's a zombie, except . . . not? "Our life was amazing, but something happened to my wife," Olyphant says in a voice-over in the latest trailer, which shows clips of Barrymore covered in vomit, gnawing on disembodied arms, and shrugging off a casual knife to the heart. Netflix is smartly marketing it like a real diet, complete with a commercial that reads like a parody of well-known diet programs. It's funny and gross, and we are here for it. The show will be available on Feb. 5, but until then, check out both trailers! First trailer: »
- Maggie Pehanick
4 items from 2017
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