Which 'Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' Couples Are Still Together in 2019?

Most Bachelor and Bachelorette couples have called it quits, but the franchise has also been responsible for a number of engagements and even a few trips down the aisle.

Over almost two decades, fans have tuned in to ABC to watch some love stories blossom and others end in heartbreak on the popular reality show. Bachelors and Bachelorettes are tasked with narrowing down the crowded field of suitors until only one remains.

On Monday and Tuesday, fans will tune in to see the current Bachelorette, Hannah Brown, give out her final roses and reveal who captured her heart.

It's uncommon for couples formed on the reality show to stay together and few couples ever stand at the altar and utter the words, "till death do us part." However, those rare couples who have been bound in holy matrimony are all still together.

Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney

Mesnick sent Molly home during the 13th season of The Bachelor, choosing Melissa Rycroft over her. However, during the After the Final Rose special, Mesnick broke up with Rycroft and proposed to Malaney.

The two were married in 2010, making them the first Bachelor couple to make it down the aisle, and have two kids together.

Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici

Lowe proposed to Guidici in 2013 during season 17 of The Bachelor and exchanged vows in 2014. In June, the couple, who are parents to Samuel Thomas Lowe, 2, and Isaiah Hendrix Lowe, 13 months, announced on Instagram that they were expecting their third child.

Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter

Rehn first appeared on The Bachelor in 2002 and had her heartbroken when she was sent home. However, she later became the first Bachelorette and met Ryan Sutter, who she chose as the winner and married in 2003. The couple has two kids together, Maxwell and Blakesley.

Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum

Rosenbaum proposed to Hebert during her season of The Bachelorette and the two were married in 2012. Since their wedding, they had two children and in 2018, renewed their vows in Aruba.

Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried

Hartsockdelivered the final rose to Siegfried during the 9th season of The Bachelorette and the two were married in 2015. In 2016, they had their first son, Asher, and in January, welcomed their second son, Zander, to the family.

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Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher attend the Build Series to discuss 'Cash Pad' at Build Studio on July 23 in New York City. They're one of few couples that met on the reality television show and are still together. Dominik Bindl/Getty

JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers

In 2016, Fletcher and Rodgers haven't made it down the aisle yet, but the season 12 Bachelorette couple is still engaged. The two purchased a home in Dallas and Fletcher recently told People that they'll be married in spring or summer of 2020.

While fans may have been perturbed that they had to wait for the wedding, Fletcher said the three-year engagement gave them time to learn how to navigate the good and bad.

"It was important for us to know that this was what we wanted for the rest of our lives," Fletcher said. "I'm happy we waited. But now we're good to go!"

Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo

After Fletcher found Rodgers, Rachel Lindsay got engaged to Bryan Abasolo during season 13. The two live together in Miami and, according to People, will be marred in August in a destination wedding.

Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen

In 2018, as the 14th Bachelorette, Kufrin got engaged to Yrigoyen. Although the two have not set a date for their wedding yet, they moved in together and are reportedly enjoying life a year after their engagement.

"I want to be able to enjoy the entire wedding planning process. I love to plan and coordinate and pick out unique details so whenever that finally happens, I want to make sure everything is perfect for us," Kufrin told E! News.

Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph

The most recent couple to form after meeting on the ABC show is Underwood and Randolph. The two met in 2019 during Underwood's season of The Bachelor and instead of getting engaged, the two decided to continue dating.

Underwood told Us Weekly in May that they've talked about getting engaged but don't have a timeline. He added that the didn't want to "rush something that's going to last forever."