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; star Sarah Hyland is engaged. Hyland and her boyfriend, “Bachelorette” alum Wells Adams, announced their engagement on social media.


No sense in crying over a postponed wedding.

“Modern Family” alumni Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams celebrated in style on Saturday, the day they were scheduled to get married, even though the wedding was postponed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Love Birds posted the party on Instagram, which included matching “Mrs.” and “Mr.” face masks.

“On our wedding day, we did not get married,” Hyland wrote in Instagram Stories. “Also wear a fucking mask.”

In a series of photos shot in front of a stunning, sun-drenched vineyard, the two held hands and beamed at each other with Hyland wearing a white midriff-baring top, a straw hat and a white veil with the words “Bride to be”.

“A couple, a pandemic and a postponed wedding: A series. We were getting married today. Instead … we took pictures and drank wine,” wrote Hyland, 29. “I love you to Pluto & back.”

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“Bachelor in Paradise” star Adams, 36, had a cheeky game on the same stage, grabbing his wife’s bottom after a photo when she stuck out her tongue and laughed. “We were going to get married today. We did not. But I still had to get a butt. So, you know, still neatly cool,” Wells wrote.

Adams appeared on season 12 of “The Bachelorette” in 2016. Although he did not win JoJo Fletcher’s heart, he caught sight of Hyland, who tweeted about her crush and added hashtags: “Knew he was the best from the start” and “Men who read are hot. “

The online flirtation turned into a relationship in October 2017. The two got engaged in July last year in Fiji, with Adams sharing videos of the proposal on his Instagram account, tuned to the tune from Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors “I Like To Be With Me when I’m with you. “

“I will be Johnny, you will be June. But forever,” he wrote the sweet video.

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