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AshLee Frazier reportedly engaged to Houston real estate agent Aaron Williams


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 11/07/2016 

AshLee Frazier has wanted a husband since she first appeared on Sean Lowe's season of The Bachelor in early 2013, and now it looks like she's finally going to get one.

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Frazier accepted a marriage proposal Saturday night on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, TMZ reported.

Her new fiance, Aaron Williams, reportedly popped the question with a three-carat, oval-diamond ring in the middle of a bunch of tourists who were checking out the bridge. The pair then enjoyed a romantic dinner together at a restaurant called Scarpetta.

Frazier has known the Houston real estate agent for years, and when she moved back to Houston, TX earlier this year, the couple hit it off romantically.

Frazier, who currently runs a lifestyle and fashion blog, finished third on Season 17 of The Bachelor. Lowe is still happily married to the woman he picked at the end of his journey, Catherine Giudici, and they have one child together.

Frazier later appeared on Season 1 of Bachelor in Paradise. The former personal organizer dated Graham Bunn for most of her Paradise stint but they split at the end.

In addition to Lowe and Bunn, Frazier also previously dated Brad Womack in early 2013 and Michael Garofola in late 2013 from the Bachelor family.


AshLee Frazier/Instagram

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