Bachelor in Paradise alum Dylan Barbour has proposed marriage again to his future bride, Hannah Godwin, and the couple has finally revealed their wedding location.

Hannah took to Instagram on Tuesday, August 15 and posted a photo of Dylan down on one knee on a beachside cliff, presenting her with an engagement-ring box.


"Although our first engagement was and still is SO special to us, over the past 4 years we've talked about having a special little moment just for us in the real world, and @dylanbarbour surprised me and made it happen last week," Hannah captioned the sweet photo, which she tagged Dylan in.

Hannah then hinted that she and Dylan were off to begin their nuptials, which will take place in a matter of days.

"Now off to our wedding location today to tie the knot!!!" Hannah added in the couple's post.

Hannah proceeded to share a cute video of Dylan fast asleep in bed while she had "the zoomies" because she was so anxious and excited about getting on their flight.

One day later, Hannah uploaded a picture of Dylan and herself kissing in front of the Eiffel Tower.

"Best week ahead!!" Hannah wrote, showing that their August wedding will take place in Paris.

The Bachelor in Paradise couple, who got engaged on the show's finale in 2019, had kept their wedding location very hush-hush while planning.

"We might end up sharing it. I don't want to make it this big, weird secretive thing," Hannah explained to Caelynn Miller-Keyes, Dean Unglert, and Jared Haibon on their "Help! We Suck at Being Newlyweds" podcast earlier this year.

"I think it's just more for us. I kind of like that, for once, we're not just sharing everything, especially with social media now, I just share everything,"

The model and social-media influencer added, "I mean, we got engaged on television! So this is kind of for us, and it's kind of fun. Who knows, it might just come out one day."


Hannah previously revealed the wedding is going to be comprised of 100-150 guests and she's going to wear two dresses on her big day. She celebrated her bachelorette party in Las Vegas, while Dylan and his friends went to Miami.

When it comes to their wedding priorities, Dylan said in February he wanted "good cocktails" -- including Espresso martinis and tequila -- cigars and "good music," not old wedding classics like "The Cha Cha Slide" or "Shout!"

"I want it to be very elegant, classic, and timeless, nothing trendy," Dylan explained.

And Hannah said she wanted the whole event to be "fun" while she stays present and "in the moment." She hoped to blend in, hang out with loved ones, and not feel like "the host" of a party.

The pair -- who said they pictured the event being a formal black-tie affair -- also didn't care about having an expensive wedding cake, and they were considering reading their own wedding vows to each other.

For several years, Hannah and Dylan were in no rush to get married after their Bachelor in Paradise engagement.

In fact, the pair revealed last year that they had decided to postpone their wedding in order to cut back on spending since they had just bought a new home together in San Diego in late 2021.

Hannah and Dylan have also been traveling the world together in recent years.

Hannah and Dylan initially decided on an early 2020 wedding, but their planning got derailed due to the global outbreak of coronavirus.

"[The date has been] pushed back a bit. We've been eyeing 2023 so we'll see how it goes," Hannah told Us Weekly in September 2021.


Dylan said at the time he and Hannah hoped to wed in Spring 2023 because they don't want to exchange vows in the winter, and Hannah shared how they had already hired a wedding planner and anticipated tying the knot in California since the West Coast has captured their hearts.

"We're loving being engaged," Hannah gushed to the magazine in 2021. "We are excited to, like, start the next chapter whenever that is though. We are getting eager for it."

But Hannah and the Vizer app co-founder confirmed early into the wedding planning they didn't want to get married on television for ABC cameras and viewers.

"For our wedding, we'd just want it to be personal, like, as close-knit as we possibly can. We want to just keep it personal and small," Hannah explained.

Prior to meeting on Bachelor in Paradise, Hannah competed for Colton Underwood's heart on The Bachelor's 23rd season and Dylan appeared on The Bachelorette's fifteenth season.

During Bachelor in Paradise's sixth season, Dylan called Hannah the love of his life and said he had no doubts in his mind that she was his person.

Dylan basically fell in love with Hannah during the first week of Paradise, but Hannah was a little terrified of investing her heart so quickly into a man following her breakup with Colton.

Dylan, however, never gave up on their potential, even when Blake Horstmann was trying to charm Hannah and steal her away.

After Hannah worked through "a few obstacles" inside of herself, she and Dylan got engaged on the beach in Mexico.

During the reunion portion of Bachelor in Paradise's sixth season, Dylan said popping the question to Hannah was "the best decision" he had ever made.

"We talk all the time, like, 'How did this all work out for us?' But for some reason, it did. He's my person and I have a different kind of love for him that I knew existed, and that's really special," Hannah shared in Summer 2019.

After the show, Hannah moved from Birmingham, AL, to California in order to be closer to Dylan and his job.

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About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.