The game is now officially concluded. Us Weekly exclusively learns that Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum have completed their divorce after announcing their breakup last year. J.P. Rosenbaum and Ashley Hebert’s Relationship Timeline
On October 7, the former Bachelorette, 36, and the New York native, 44, received a final verdict, thereby ending their divorce case. The settlement agreement was kept private and did not have to be submitted to the court.
During season 7 of The Bachelorette in 2011, Hebert and the construction manager got engaged. They married the next December, and their wedding ceremony was shown on television as a special. After then, the now-ex-couple welcomed their son Fordham, 7, and daughter Essex, 4.
In October 2020, the couple announced on their individual Instagram profiles that they had “amicably chosen to go our own ways” after nearly eight years of marriage.
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“We gave birth to the most gorgeous children and had unforgettable moments.” “After years of struggling to repair the damage, we’ve decided that it is in our family’s best interests to build new and separate lives for our children,” Hebert wrote at the time, adding that their “ultimate objective is to create stable and healthy lives for our children.”
“While I know that this may come as a huge shock to everyone,” Rosenbaum said on social media, “I can tell you that this is something that has been building in our relationship for quite some time.” … I think we’ve both realized that we’re just two pretty different individuals, with extremely different personalities and viewpoints, who don’t agree on a lot of life principles, the ones that make a happy and healthy marriage possible.”
The former reality TV star stated at the time that he and Hebert both wanted “to maintain stable and healthy lifestyles for Fordy and Essie” and coparent “to the best of our ability.”
The twosome reconnected multiple times while they worked through their breakup, leading some admirers to believe a reunion was in the cards. The couple, on the other hand, closed on their previous family home in Florida in December 2020. Rosenbaum had legally filed for divorce one month previously, and the Us publicized the news the following August.
In an honest Instagram Story upload after filing the paperwork to break his marriage, he said that he was worried about the future. “It’s perfectly fine to not have all the answers, to not know what the future holds, to be fearful, to have worry, to feel uneasy about everything and everything,” he said in August, urging supporters to “embrace the uncertainty” and “live your life.”
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Rosenbaum had stated in February that he was “ready” to return to the dating scene following his divorce, but that he was “terrified” of putting himself out there as a single father. Hebert, on the other hand, recently admitted to being in a relationship.
On Wednesday, October 27, during an Instagram Q&A, the Maine native stated that she was “not in a hurry” for her current partner to meet her ex-husband. “Marriage complicates everything,” she said when asked if she would contemplate walking down the aisle again. I’d rather just fall in love with someone and chose to be with them.”