'Bachelor' couple Brad Womack and Emily Maynard had a "bumpy couple of months" after he proposed on the show's finale, but just two weeks after they aired their troubles to the public Emily has decided to move to Texas for Brad, Life & Style reports.
Emily has a young daughter and they live in Charlotte, NC. Brad announced at the start of the show and throughout that a woman's refusal to move to Austin would be a dealbreaker, and Tuesday night he took to Twitter to shoot down any rumors that he might move to NC to be with Emily and Little Ricki.
"definitely not moving to NC..beautiful city but i'm blessed to have a wonderful career in AUS," he wrote.
Life & Style's press release follows:
The bloom is back on the rose for Bachelor stars Emily Maynard and Brad Womack. Emily has decided to make the move from North Carolina to Texas with her 5-year-old daughter, Ricki, to be with Brad, Life & Style can exclusively reveal.
"She feels like the best thing to do is to give this a real shot and put her heart into it by moving to Austin for the summer," says an insider close to Emily, 25. "She's going to get her own condo there. She's not moving in with him." Brad, 38, has made it clear that the only thing he refuses to bend on is where he and his future wife will live. "I know love is a compromise, but that's the only thing that I was very adamant about," he tells Life & Style. "I have some very strong roots there. I don't want to relocate. I have a career in Austin." And although Emily had reservations about moving, she's now focused on giving it a try.
Of course, Brad is thrilled. On March 28, he tweeted, "Didn't think it was possible, but after this weekend I'm even MORE attracted to my girl #beingagreatmomisHOT." Shortly after, Emily tweeted, "Had the best weekend with my two favorite people. Sad but counting down the days until I get to see him again." So could there be a wedding soon? "They genuinely love each other and are happy to be engaged," the insider says to Life & Style. "I can absolutely see a wedding ahead."