‘Bachelorette’ Alum Clare Crawley Sparks Dating Rumors With Blake Monar After Dale Moss Breakup
Most of the TV star’s fans are mainly supportive of their alleged romance as one fan calls Blake ‘the sweetest person’ and the hairstylist pretty much agrees.
AceShowbiz -Former “The Bachelorette” leading lady Clare Crawley seemingly has moved on from ex Dale Moss. On Sunday, January 9, the California hairstylist sent fans into frenzy after she posted on Instagram a video of her getting cozy with Blake Monar.
The video was a montage taken from her trip to Indiana. She could be seen spending some time with Blake, who was among suitors in her season of ABC’s “The Bachelorette”. They played bowling, went shopping together and even looked pretty domestic while playing around with his niece and baby nephew.
“Went for business, left with the most unexpected remarkable memories!” so Clare captioned her post. “Indy, you were truly beautiful and exactly what my soul needed.”
Additionally, Blake, who also appeared on “Bachelor in Paradise” season 7, took to his Instagram Stories to share a video of himself and his niece pushing Clare on a toy car inside a home. Another post saw him and Clare walking outside together as he put his arms around her. “How’s walking on black ice with a grown man hanging on your back @clarecrawley?” he wrote over the clip.
Fans were mainly supportive of their alleged romance. Gushing over Blake, one person wrote underneath Clare’s post, “Blake is the sweetest person.” To that, Clare replied, “He truly is.”
Clare’s outing with Blake arrived months after she her split from Dale. Opening about having a hard time following the breakup, Clare told Jana Kramer on “Whine Down With Jana Kramer” podcast in October, “It’s the deep pain of — this is the one that gets me — like, how do you say goodbye to somebody you never wanted to walk away from?”
“You’re having to say goodbye to somebody you don’t want to be saying goodbye to, you have to walk away from somebody you don’t want to walk away from. It’s hard, it’s painful,” she went on to say. “The juxtaposition of…not wanting somebody to walk away but gladly holding the door for them because they want to walk away. I’ll never do that again. If you want to walk away from me, I’ll fight to the death to do what it takes to have a successful, thriving, great relationship.”
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