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Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried talk about adjusting to normal life

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Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried went from going on exotic dates in different countries in front of cameras to regular, everyday life in Seattle. It's to be expected then that they would experience some bumps on their road to normal couple life. OK! magazine posted an article on Monday, Jan. 6, in which the couple talked about how they've been able to adjust to their new life together.

Desiree told the magazine that they've been able to make it work because they stay grounded and keep the communication lines open.

“I think the key was being grounded and knowing who we were, and communicating what we both wanted. I think that’s what makes us work. It’s knowing what’s important to you, and not losing sight of what you’re grateful for," she said.

“Or what you’re looking for," added Chris.

Another thing that helps in their relationship is keeping things equal. Take cooking for example.

“We both cook together, or if he cooks, I’ll clean, and if I cook, he cleans, so it’s a balance. It’s good," Desiree said.

One thing they're also probably doing together now is watching the new season of "The Bachelor," starring Juan Pablo Galavis, whom she sent home during her time on "The Bachelorette."

"Who else is ready for #TheBachelor tonight? Excited for @JuanPaGalavis & can't wait to meet the girls!" she tweeted earlier today.

Perhaps they'll even watch Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's wedding when it's televised on Sunday, Jan. 27!

Do you think Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried will go the distance?

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