Hannah Brown, 25, and Tyler Cameron seemed to be reigniting the connection they shared on The Bachelorette as she spent time in March with him and his friends in southern Florida. It came just before the lockdown due to the coronavirus and then when Tyler, 27, found his group of friends “The Quarantine Crew,” of which Hannah has been a part. But she left hunk behind her first-runner and his pals, and now she’s making it evident that she’s single, claiming she doesn’t have a “significant other.”
The revelations emerged during a live session of Instagram on Apr. 14 “I left Florida because I needed to be with my family,” she explained in Alabama as soon as the states went into lockdown. Then she started waxing about babies, and how she wished she should already be married at her current age of 25.
“If you would have asked me a few years ago I would have been like, ‘for sure by 25 I’m married’ and possibly thinking about kids in the next..trying to get pregnant right now probably. A lot of my friends have babies and they’re the best moms, but I couldn’t imagine. I mean I could be, like if something happened, absolutely I can be. I’m not ready for that just yet. I’m still trying to figure out my life and how it’s changed. And you have to have a significant other for that. And I don’t.”
She confessed that one day she would love to have a son and be a “boy mom,” watching his baseball and football matches for her little one. In the final slide of the videos below, the disclosure about Hannah not having a significant other comes:
Hannah also added that when the series begins shooting after the coronavirus pandemic is over, she will NOT be doing Bachelor’s in Paradise. When a fan asked her the question she gave her a quick “no.” It’s uncertain when the series will return to tap, as Clare Crawley’s current Bachelorette season, 38, finished filming on Mar. 14 and is on hold indefinitely due to the COVID-19 outbreak.