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'Bachelor' Sean Lowe Shares Shocking Conversation with His Son

‘Bachelor’ Sean Lowe Shares Shocking Conversation with His Son

Bachelor star Sean Lowe recently opened up about an enlightening conversation he had with one of his young sons, revealing a shocking realization about their growing awareness. Here’s the full story.

Fans first met Sean Lowe on Season 8 of The Bachelorette, where he finished as the third runner-up on Emily Maynard’s season. He later starred in Season 17 of The Bachelor in 2013, capturing viewers’ hearts.

During his season, Sean formed a strong connection with contestant Catherine Giudici. The couple got engaged during the season finale and exchanged vows in January 2014, in a ceremony televised on ABC. Since their televised wedding, Sean and Catherine have remained fan favorites.

The couple welcomed their first child in 2016: a son named Samuel, who recently turned eight. They have since had two more children, Isiah, who is six, and Mia, who is four.

Recently, in an interview with PEOPLE magazine, Sean recounted a conversation he had with his oldest son, Samuel, that left him startled. It seems Samuel, who is aware of his parents’ fame, shocked Sean with his tech-savviness.

“He’s also to the point where he knows how to work Google, which scares me to death… He’s like, ‘Daddy, I Googled you at school with my friends,’” Sean shared. Despite this, Sean mentioned that Samuel and his siblings aren’t particularly impressed by their parents’ celebrity status or how their parents met.

Although their kids might not be impressed, fans of The Bachelor remain captivated by the enduring love story of Sean and Catherine. For years, the Lowe family has celebrated the July 4th holiday with a trip to the lake, maintaining a cherished tradition.

Catherine recently took a trip down memory lane, sharing nostalgic photos of their family from previous lakeside celebrations. It’s evident from the photos that their kids are growing up quickly.

For those who want to relive Sean and Catherine’s romance, there’s good news. However, while Hulu holds exclusive rights to The Bachelor franchise, most past seasons aren’t available on the platform.

Fortunately, episodes from The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor In Paradise, including various spinoffs like Bachelor Pad, are accessible for purchase on Amazon Prime. But for those unwilling to spend extra, Tubi offers an alternative.

Currently, Tubi has the full Season 17 of The Bachelor available for streaming without charge. However, it’s likely only available for a limited time. Additionally, Tubi features other seasons, including Season 18 starring Juan Pablo Galavis, Season 9 of The Bachelorette starring Desiree Hartsock, Season 17 featuring Katie Thurston, and Season 7 of Bachelor In Paradise.

What are your thoughts on the children of Bachelor Nation stars watching their parents’ journey on the show in the future? Share your opinions in the comments.

Source: TV Shows Ace