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'The Bachelorette': Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried tease wedding date

Have Desiree and Chris really set a date for their wedding?
Have Desiree and Chris really set a date for their wedding?
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Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried have a big day to prepare for this year, and they have now started teasing their wedding date. Chris Siegfried has been teasing their fans with a date on social media. On April 5, Chris went to his Twitter and he sent out a tweet with a photo showing the time 12:12.

On April Fool's Day, he had teased that Desiree Hartsock would marry him on Dec. 12 this year. He then said it was a joke. With this second tweet, he stirred up fans once again, and they asked if his joke wasn't much of a joke after all.

A mid-December date would not be too shocking. ABC aired Ashley Hebert's wedding to J.P. Rosenbaum on Dec. 16. The couple wed on Dec. 1. However, with Sean's wedding airing live, ABC could be planning another live wedding event for Desiree and Chris. This would definitely make Dec. 12 a good date for the couple to marry.

Desiree and Chris can only tease the date because ABC would want to be behind the official announcement. They made a huge event out of the announcement of Sean and Catherine's wedding date. Fans want to know when Desiree and Chris will marry, but they might have to wait until the new season of "The Bachelorette" to start airing in May to find out.

What do you think of Chris' teasing? Is Dec. 12 the day? No matter the date, Desiree and Chris are still very much in love. They enjoyed a date night on Friday night, according to Desiree on Twitter. Hopefully, fans are clued in on the big date soon.

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