She has not given any interviews since her time on “The Bachelor.” "The Bachelor" Season 6: Byron Velvick and Mary Delgado (2004) Velvick and Delgado stayed together longer than most couples from the show, but their relationship was full of turmoil.Two years after Delgado was arrested after getting into a physical fight with Velvick, the couple split. #livingstonlures #thedifferenceisclear #byronvelvick #guideseyes #largemouth #largemouthbass #bass #bassfishing #pro #proangler #elite #professional #fishinglife #outdoorlife #lake A post shared by Livingston Lures (@livingstonlures) on Velvick retired from professional bass fishing in 2016 and runs a resort in Del Rio, Texas."The Bachelor" Season 1: Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh (2002) Unfortunately there was no fairy-tale ending for the very first “Bachelor” couple.At the end of the season, Michel chose not to propose to Marsh, but the couple remained in a relationship — at least for a few months. Marsh is now married and a mother to 7-year-old Chloe.As for Mc Kee, he recently founded Torch, a mobile company designed for athletes. "The Bachelor" Season 5: Jesse Palmer and Jessica Bowlin (2004) After retiring in 2007, he went into sports broadcasting and is currently a sports analyst for ESPN and ABC.
"The Bachelorette" Season 2: Meredith Phillips and Ian Mckee (2004) Former model Phillips chose financial analyst Mc Kee at the end of her season, and gleefully accepted his proposal.
"The Bachelorette" Season 3: Jen Schefft and Jerry Ferris (2005) Schefft, who in 2007 published "Better Single Than Sorry," a book about being single over the age of 30, married public relations executive Joe Waterman in 2009.
The couple currently lives in Illinois and has two daughters, Mae and Charlotte.
Schefft would go on to become the third Bachelorette.
"The Bachelorette" Season 1: Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter (2003) Good times for sure. That's our old dog, Natasha, at Trapper's Cabin @beavercreek where we lived for a summer.