Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick: The Bachelor stars relationship timeline

BACHELOR alum Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick announced their engagement on May 11, 2021.

Kaitlyn said the engagement was "everything I could've asked for" and that the pair would start trying for a baby next.

Kaitlyn Bristowe and Jason Tartick: The Bachelor stars relationship timeline

Kaitlyn Bristowe formerly dated Bachelor alum Shawn Booth.

The former duo — who met and got engaged in 2015 during season 11 of the Bachelorette — announced their split in November 2018.

Kaitlyn and Jason Tartick kickstarted their headline-making relationship in January 2019.

Jason was a contestant on the 14th season of The Bachelorette but was eliminated in week 9.

What did Kaitlyn Bristowe say about her engagement to Jason Tartick?

Kaitlyn shared that she was over the moon about Jason's proposal, describing how the moment was perfect.

"It was everything I could have asked for," Kaitlyn told ET.

"The words that came out of his mouth were insanely beautiful. We've never locked eyes like that in our lives. We were holding hands, so intense, and I was listening to his every word, but still blacked out."

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Kaitlyn said she was recording an episode of her Off the Vine podcast when Jason caught her by surprise.

"Jason's like, 'Kaitlyn, we're not doing a podcast.' And I'm like, 'You forgot to hit record, didn't you!'" Bristowe shared with ET.

"He was like, 'No, this is something else,' and he got up and I saw him bring out a ring box from the drawer."

In September 2020, she revealed to the outlet that she was ready to start having children after her Dancing with the Stars stint wrapped.

"I'm going into Dancing With The Stars being like, ‘Okay this is my last hurrah,' because I'm ready to have babies," the 35-year-old shared at the time, adding, "I really want to feel like I'm in the best shape of my life, to feel strong and to go into a healthy pregnancy."

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