Former 'Bachelorette' Bad Boy Finally Finds Himself a 'Trophy Wife'

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Ryan BowersWell, well, well. I guess one woman's trash is another woman's treasure. Or at least that's what we can assume considering Ryan Bowers is engaged. Oh come on ... you remember Ryan, right?

Allow me to refresh your memory a bit. He's the dude who appeared on Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette -- and flat-out told her he was looking for a trophy wife and that he'd be appalled if she ever got fat after they tied the knot. You know, because he wants a wife who takes care of herself and refuses to let herself go by getting bigger than a size 2. (Or whatever.)

And now Ana Christina Rodriguez is officially the lucky lady who Ryan gets to wear on his arm as a trophy. Yes, I'm using that word again, because duh -- even Ryan referred to her as just that after they got engaged. He posted a photo of himself holding her ring to Instagram and captioned it with, "Moments before @anachristinarod arrived last night. She said yes to becoming my trophy wife!!"

Seriously?

Damn. What a lucky gal to score such a gem of a man. Hopefully they really are madly in love and will live happily ever after and all that jazz -- but let's just hope Ryan doesn't take the trophy wife thing too far; otherwise, they could both be in for a very rude awakening down the road.

As gorgeous as Ana Christina is, not every single moment of marriage is picture perfect. Like when everyone in your house is suffering through a bout of the stomach bug. Or when you're so swollen from pregnancy that you can't see your ankles anymore. Or the first time your baby has a middle of the night diaper explosion that winds up all over you instead of the changing table.

Sure, the "trophy wife" thing is somewhat endearing. But if Ryan is truly in love with this woman for all the right reasons, he'll see her as a prize even on days when she's not looking or feeling her best.

On that note ... congrats to the happy couple?

Do you think Ryan and Ana will last?

 

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