The Newest Bachelor Couple Didn't Need Roses To Find Love

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by Team Thinx | 10/25/2016

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Earlier this year, Megan Marx and Tiffany Scanlon joined the Australian cast of The Bachelor, where they both dated (or "dated", depending on whether your a Bachelor believer or not) Richie Strahan. Both Megan and Tiffany ended up winning, but not in the way we all expected (cue the Chris Harrison voice and a short commercial break).

The series premiered in July and wrapped up in September, and since then Megan and Tiffany have posted photos celebrating their relationship (basically, a collage fof your #couplegoals). Then, in celebration of Tiffany's 30th birthday, Megan took to Instagram to share how much she loves her girlfriend, and how their relationship came to be.

"I met Tiffany in a very strange situation. Well... we were kind of dating the same guy. And it was filmed and put on TV 😂," Megan wrote. "From that first cocktail party, it was like this instant calibration between souls, as if we had known each other once before. Friendship ripened into something bolder, trust in a very strange situation was formed, and now every adventure we have rivals the other- and continues to make plans for itself." Megan continues to tell us how much she adores Tiffany. For a Bachelor fan like me, this type of post-show declaration is too good to be true.

Tiffany shared her own post thanking Megan for such a lovely birthday. "Meeting Megan this year felt like destiny. The past few months with her in her hometown of Geraldton have been bliss and today's adventure was the cherry on top," she wrote.

While it's clear that The Bachelor isn't a full-proof strategy in finding love, it seems to have worked this time. Congrats to the happy couple, and who knows? Maybe we have a spinoff in our future (I'm lookin' at you, Ben and Lauren)!

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