The reality star was previously engaged to , when she competed to win the heart of pilot Jake Pavelka.These days, the stylish blogger couldn't look happier with Manno, and perhaps recently hinted at their big news on Instagram.The two got engaged during the 17th season of the hit ABC show, and tied the knot a year later. They were first spotted having a cozy lunch together in L. "This is such a cool moment in my life and for us together, so this just made so much sense," Fedotowsky said.(Fedotowsky and Martinez called off their engagement in November 2011; she and fiancé Kevin Manno welcomed daughter Molly in July.)"It's not necessarily a bad thing if a couple decides to go different ways," Fedotowsky, 32, explains. [About] The Bachelor and Bachelorette, people are always like, ' Oh, your relationship from The Bachelor didn't work out — it was a failed relationship.' And I said, ' Actually, I think it was the most successful relationship of my life because I learned so much about myself.'"The 1st Look alum continues, "We actually ended up splitting ways because we weren't right for each other.
No matter how devastating it may be for them (and us), how do they still manage to come out of the break-up strong?While focusing on what could still work in the relationship, you most likely ignored what working.Following your break-up you’ll realize why this person wasn’t truly meant to be and that there was a reason the relationship didn’t work.Related Link: Celebrity News: First Black ‘Bachelorette’ Rachel Lindsay Hopes People ‘Rally Behind’ Her 2.You’ll feel free: No happy relationship ends in a break-up. Ali Fedotowsky hosts the new relationship-TV talk show Love Buzz, premiering Tuesday, February 14, and she opens up in the first episode about her stint on The Bachelorette, as seen in Us Weekly's exclusive sneak peek.