While they weren't on this summer's fifth season of Bachelor in Paradise at the same time and it remains unclear when their relationship began, Jacqueline and Jordan revealed they are dating in a series of social media postings on Wednesday.
"More desert than beach people I guess... @jord_abroad #burningman2018 #burningman #bachelorinparadise," Jacqueline captioned an Instagram photo showing the couple about to kiss while attending the Burning Man festival which took place near Reno, NV from August 25 through September 3.
Beginning September 4, Jacqueline had also posted previous photos showing her attending the festival with Jordan while both were wearing elaborate costumes.
Jordan also posted a photo showing the pair kissing at Burning Man on Wednesday.
"The playa provides... #burningman2018 #burningman #blackrockcity #industwetrust #bachelorinparadise," he captioned the posting.
Similar to Jacqueline, Jordan had also posted an earlier photo showing the pair posing in costumes at Burning Man on September 6.
On Thursday, Jacqueline also posted several Instagram Stories videos that revealed Jordan was visiting her in New York City and showed the couple attending the New York Yankees baseball game at Yankee Stadium.
Jacqueline is a 27-year-old research coordinator from West Virginia that currently resides in New York, NY and originally appeared on Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s season of The Bachelor.
While she made it pretty far on Arie's season of The Bachelor, Jacqueline eventually decided to quit the show because she felt they were headed in two different directions in life given she was looking to earn her Ph.D. in clinical psychology and Arie said he was looking to settle down and begin a family life.
Jacqueline joined Bachelor in Paradise's fifth-season cast after the women handed out roses to the men at the season's first Rose Ceremony.
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Unfortunately, her time on in Paradise then proved to be short and she was eliminated when she did not receive a rose of the season's second Rose Ceremony, which featured the men giving roses to the women.
However when Bachelor in Paradise host Chris Harrison then told the cast they had to decide whether to accept a Fantasy Suite date or leave Paradise, Jordan told Cassandra he didn't feel their relationship had much potential and the pair opted to leave Paradise separately.