JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers ‘absolutely’ talking about babies
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are considering starting a family. While promoting their new show, “The Big D,” the couple told TheFantasyTimes exclusively that they have been discussing having children, as it is the next phase of their life. Fletcher and Rodgers got engaged during Season 12 of “The Bachelorette” in 2016 and tied the knot on May 14, 2022. They recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary. The couple has a list of potential baby names, and Rodgers is hoping for a girl, as their boy names are still undecided. Fletcher and Rodgers are co-hosting “The Big D,” a new reality TV dating show that follows divorced couples looking to give love another chance, either with their former partner or someone new. The show aims to break the stigma surrounding divorce and show that there is hope and life after heartbreak. The couple feels that finding love on a reality TV show prepared them to support others trying to do the same. “The Big D” premieres on June 14, 2023, at 10 p.m. ET on USA.
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are thinking about starting a family.
“Everybody around us is having babies, so it is absolutely a conversation,” Rodgers tells TheFantasyTimes exclusively while promoting the couple’s new show, “The Big D.”
“Yeah, it’s definitely the next phase of our life,” Fletcher echoes.
“We always knew that we wanted kids at some point in our life. And now that we’ve been married for a year, that’s definitely at the forefront of our conversations now and seeing what that looks like. It’s a much more prevalent conversation these days.”
In fact, the “Bachelorette” alums already have a “whole list of potential baby names,” though Rodgers reveals he is hoping for a girl because “our boy names are struggling right now.”
Fletcher, 32, and Rodgers, 34, fell in love and got engaged during her Season 12 stint as the “Bachelorette,” which aired in 2016. They tied the knot on May 14, 2022, and recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary.
“5.14.22 ❤️ One year down… you know the rest 💫,” the former football player captioned a video montage of moments from their special day at Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez, Calif.
The lovebirds have continued settling into married life since finishing renovations on their new home six months ago.
The TV personalities have also kept busy co-hosting “The Big D,” which follows divorced couples looking to give love another shot — either with their former partner or someone new.
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“I do think there’s a stigma that there’s failure around divorce, that there’s no hope or life after divorce, and so we really love the idea of trying to show the hope after heartbreak and the healing that can come after heartbreak to kind of send you into a healthier, better relationship,” Fletcher tells us.
Even though it’s a different scenario, the couple feel that finding love on a reality TV show prepared them to support others trying to do the same.
“It was super valuable and helpful to me and going through it together and saying, ‘We went on a reality dating TV show. We fell in love. Who knew?’” Fletcher continues.
“We didn’t know if that was going to happen, but just having that experience and being able to share it with them, I thought, was a really cool thing to be able to do.”
“The Big D” premieres Wednesday, June 14, at 10 p.m. ET on USA.