BACHELOR in Paradise’s Dean Unglert was spotted out and about with a ring on his ring finger after his “wedding” to Caelynn Miller-Keyes.
The 26-year-old trekked along at the Seattle Airport, heading to catch a car to his final destination, showing off his new bling along the way.
Dean and Caelynn, 24, have been in a relationship since ending their BIP run last year and recently told fans they’ve taken things to the next level.
After a fan commented on a sweet picture of the couple that they should get married, Caelynn responded: “We already did!”
In another post, a follower told her that Dean needed to propose to her already, and she had a similar response, writing: “He already did!”
Fans were still unsure of whether or not to believe the marriage news as the couple said a few months ago that they were taking things slow and had no engagement plans.
They had a reason to be doubtful because a source told E! News that the two of them are not legally married but instead had a “commitment ceremony.”
Dean’s now sporting a new, post-ceremony ring on his left hand.
In the latest photos of the former reality star, he’s also holding on tight to a cane at the airport after injuring himself in a ski accident in December.
The incident brought the couple, who also recently got a new puppy together, closer together with Caelynn heading to Switzerland to help nurse Dean back to health.
They had their ceremony while abroad and the source said it took “their relationship to a new level.”
As for all of the marriage comments, the insider explained: "They are trying to really hype it up and troll fans."
When Dean and Caelynn returned to the United States in January, he thanked her with a sweet Instagram post, captioning it: “Back in the states after an unfortunate turn of events in Europe.
“It would have been a whole lot worse without my primary caretaker there to change my smelly socks, carry my luggage, and keep me entertained.
“Thank you for everything you’ve already done and for everything you still unwittingly have to do.”
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