“Bachelorette” star Trista Sutter was the first women to film the show, and she found love. She married the man she picked on the show, Ryan Sutter, and the two quickly left the limelight and settled down in Colorado. Ryan continued his work with the local fire department and the two had two children. The two are now sharing their success story on a “Bachelor” special, which airs this Sunday. But it isn’t all perfect. According to a new ET Online report published on Jan. 15, “Bachelorette” star Trista Sutter and her husband apparently had a little tiff before renewing their vows.
Even though this argument was nothing to lose sleep over, it sounds like they couldn’t quite agree on what they should say to one another when they were renewing their vows.
"I thought we decided at the counter not to do [vows] period?" Trista revealed. "I didn't bring mine. I left them because we said we weren't going to do them." But it sounds like Ryan was all about reading the vows and he didn’t remember talking to her about what they were planning on doing. "I don't remember having that conversation," said Ryan, 39, who was planning on reading his original vows from their wedding from 2003. "I thought we just weren't writing new ones."
But it sounds like they figured out the problem, because they ended up reading something for their vow renewal. "For me it's going to be more off the cuff," Trista said. "Marriage is all about compromise." The episode with the success stories about the “Bachelor” couples will air this Sunday.
Will you be watching?