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Ashley Iaconetti Already Has Big Plans for Life After the Wedding

It’s only been a month since Jared Haibon popped the question to fellow Bachelor in Paradise alum Ashley Iaconetti in June, but that hasn’t stopped the future bride from making post-wedding plans. Can you guess what’s No. 1 on her list after saying I do to her Bachelorette beau? 

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In an interview with People, the TV couple opened up about their plans following the wedding. For Iaconetti, she “just knows that [she] want[s] to start trying to have kids at 32,” which means she only has two years to get this plan in motion. 

To this, Haibon added: “We’re engaged now, so we’ll get to the wedding and then maybe pop out a couple kids!”

Iaconetti and Haibon have big plans for their wedding. “We want Tanner [Tolbert] to officiate the wedding,” revealed Haibon. “Tanner and Jade have been the couple that we were the closest to within the Bachelor family. Tanner’s been so intricate in our relationship the past couple years.” 

So when will this wedding — and the subsequent beautiful offspring — transpire? The couple isn’t in a huge rush to make it to the altar. “About a year would be a nice time. We’re both definitely on par with a bigger wedding. We’ve always imagined that,” Iaconetti told People. 

Despite their rocky history, the newly minted couple left Bachelor Nation thrilled beyond belief after they arrived on set to film the next season of Bachelor in Paradise. In the first days of filming, Haibon was determined to return to Paradise to “make it right” by taking their relationship from smitten lovebirds to fiancés. Accordingly, while filming the upcoming fifth season, the former Bachelorette contestant got down on one knee and asked Iaconetti to be his wife

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You know Iaconetti needs time to plan her elaborate Princess Jasmine-fairy-tale-style nuptials, y’all. This is one wedding we hope winds up televised so we can tune in. C’mon, we can already imagine the custom hashtag: #HappilyEverHaibon. Make it happen, Chris Harrison! 

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