Catherine Giudici and Sean Lowe from "The Bachelor" are not at all bashful about sharing their love on social media. In fact, Catherine Giudici went to her Twitter on July 6 to update her followers on her love for Sean Lowe. The couple has now been married six months, and it does appear that they are more in love now than they were when they married each other on live television for the world to see.
Catherine and Sean still lead very busy lives, but they have managed to spend a lot of time together recently. The couple is currently in Nashville, according to a tweet shared by Sean Lowe on his account. They are in the city to attend a convention.
However, before they left their home in Dallas to attend the Nashville event, the couple celebrated their first 4th of July together as a married couple. The 4th of July meant a viewing of Independence Day and fun with sparklers. The couple didn't end the 4th of July fun on Friday either. They continued to celebrate with a Mike Myers marathon on Saturday.
As for Catherine's sweet message about her relationship with Sean Lowe on Sunday, it is clear that Catherine has met the man she is meant to be with. She shared a photo of herself and Sean together when she said the following on her Twitter:
"I am someone who has found love. Real love. Ridiculous, inconvenient, consuming, can't-live-without-each-other love."
Sean has not been bashful about the love he has for Catherine either. He has spoken out about his feelings for Catherine on several occasions. ABC has not always had the best of luck with its match-ups on "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette." However, their luck has changed in recent years. That luck changed with Ashley Hebert it seems. More couples have stayed together since her season.
Not every couple though. Ben Flajnik didn't have luck with Courtney Robertson, but both Sean and Desiree have remained happy since their seasons, and Juan Pablo Galavis is still dating Nikki Ferrell. Will Andi Dorfman have the same luck? Fans will need to keep tuning in to see what happens next on her season of "The Bachelorette" on ABC.