Nearly six years ago, season seven Bachelorette Ashley Hebert married her final pick, J.P. Rosenbaum, in a televised wedding ceremony in Pasadena, California. While the spotlight was entirely on the couple then, the pair decided it was high time to renew their vows, this time heading down to Aruba to take part in a larger, record-setting moment with many additional couples.
On Wednesday, August 23, the pair joined 500 other guests on Eagle Beach for the Caribbean’s largest vow renewal ceremony—for its second year in a row. Hebert and Rosenbaum were adorably joined by their little ones on the beach. For the oceanfront occasion, the pair dressed in beach-appropriate attire with Hebert in a sleeveless white dress featuring a fringed hemline while her husband coordinated in a pale button-down shirt and white slacks.
“Thanks to our vow renewal, we are good for at least another 5 years!” Rosenbaum tweeted Wednesday night. The former Bachelorette added on her Instagram Stories, “Renewed and it feels so good!”
Couples from all around the world, including the U.S., Italy and Brazil, exchanged vows as the sun dipped below the horizon of the Caribbean on Wednesday night. “We’re overjoyed to have shared this experience with the company of our children and know this moment in time is one we’ll treasure for the rest of our lives,” Hebert expressed in the press release.
Another reality pair to join the Bachelorette couple was Lydia and Doug McLaughlin from the Real Housewives of Orange County. Hebert and Rosenbaum are one of the longest lasting couples from the Bachelor franchise, which includes other married pairs like Sean and Catherine Lowe, original Bachelorette Trista and Ryan Sutter, and wedding dress designer Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried.
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