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Another Bachelor Couple Set To Tie The Knot!


Sep. 30 2010, Published 8:06 a.m. ET

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It’s true! Another Bachelor couple has set a wedding date and have all the exclusives details.

Former Bachelor star Tara Durr, 29, of Lorenzo Borghese’s season and John Presser, 30, from Jillian Harris’ season of the Bachelorette met each other online after their stints on the hit ABC dating show.

“She’s a virgin that saved herself for the right person and that guy is definitely John,” said Bachelor winner Jesse Csincsak of his friend Presser.

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“They first chatted through a private Bachelor Facebook website and just hit it off,” said newly wed Csinscak from Deanna Pappas’ season of The Bachelorette. “Their first face to face meeting was at one of The Bachelor reunions and they fell in love.”

If you don’t remember this pair it’s probably because they were eliminated during the meet-and-greets of their respective seasons. But they are one of a few couples spawned from the reality series who have planned a future together.

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“This will be the fourth couple to tie the knot from the ABC show,” Csincsak explained.  He is referring to Bachelorette/Bachelor couples Trista and Ryan, Molly and Jason, and himself and Ann.

The duo plan to marry on November 6 at Renaissance Resort in St. Augustine, Florida, with a whopping 600+ guest list- and it’s not even going to be televised!


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