Desiree Hartsock & Chris Siegfried Add to Their 'Family' Sooner Than Anyone Expected

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Desiree and ChrisBachelorette star Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried may be one of the corniest couples to emerge from the ABC show ever, but they seem to be doing everything right when it comes to dating. They subtly flirt online back and forth, try new things for each other, and make a conscious effort to go out on date nights. Take their outing last night, for example, when they went out with Bachelor season 13 couple Jason and Molly Mesick. I mean come on, who doesn't love a good old-fashioned double date -- amiright?

It wasn't just a date, though. It was a "family dinner," or so Des said on her Twitter. The Bachelorette star has a point, though. It's pretty easy to consider the Mesick couple family, they've been through the exact same sort of reality TV hell. I'd say that creates a bond like no other.

Think about it: We may watch all of the different Real Housewives cast mates fight and laugh at what happens on episodes of Vanderpump Rules, but the only people who really understand what it's like to be on one of these reality shows are the stars themselves. Regardless of whether or not Gretchen Rossi and the newly married Tamra Judge get along, they'll always have a strong bond over the craziness they've been through as reality TV stars.

I'm sure there are loads of things that Des and Molly can relate to as former ABC stars. For one, their lives are up for public scrutiny 24/7, which can never be easy. People will constantly question their relationships, and at the end of the day, only they know the truth behind their feelings.

So whether or not Des and Molly are really "sisters" (spoiler alert: they're not), I can see why they consider one another family. Heck, when you put yourself through that kind of lifestyle, I'm sure you need to rely on all the support you can get.

Do you see where Des is coming with the "family" comment?


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Marianne MackAdams

i don't know why i click on these articles to find out how des is doing. They put up a catchy title and its all just a bunch of crap every time, no real news.

nonmember avatar Suren

Desiree is doing just fine and people live them alone don't be jealous

nonmember avatar Suren

Desiree is a nice girl and she did right choice and now they are happy as well we are happy for them at least one couple are going well in america

nonmember avatar LittleMo

Anybody would have to be one h*ll of a fool to think there is anything good or genuine about Desiree and there is no "jealous" in it at all. I don't look at Des and think "I wish" and never would. She was so in love with Brooks for weeks, fell apart when he left, and then she decides she loves Chris? All of you cheering for Des should remember something: From the time Brooks left to the time Des decided she "loves" Chris was only about a day-and-a-half. If the words were carved in stone and hand-delivered by Moses himself I wouldn't believe Desiree loves Chris or anyone besides herself.

awbuc... awbuckeye

Again...another misleading tag line. I hate to say good bye but today I "unlike" this page.

nonmember avatar Sandi

I agree with other comments - catchy title - no such substance. But I expected that going in. I just like to read about Des. And by the way, if the author is going to continue covering Bachelor and Bachelorette news, she should learn how to spell Jason & Molly's last name - it is Mesnick, not Mesick. At first I thought it was a typo, but she got it wrong twice!

nonmember avatar Dori70

Some still dwell on Brooks. Desiree isn't. Time strengthens love, and shared experiences, not a few weeks on a TV's what comes AFTER that real depth is achieved.

nonmember avatar Dori70

Where did my comment go?
Brookes is long gone. It's really what happens AFTER the show that determines if there's a relationship, not the unnatural situation that is shown on TV. Love grows with shared experiences over time.

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