Swaggy got evicted from the game early on, but during the couple's time apart, he made an effort to meet her family.
Once the pair reunited during the finale of Big Brother 20 that aired in September 2018, Swaggy shocked the world and proposed marriage to Bayleigh after spending more than two months apart, and she said yes!
Three months after their engagement, Swaggy and Bayleigh -- who sadly suffered a miscarriage in the jury house -- bought their first home together, a raised ranch-style house.
In 2019, the couple said they wanted Robyn Kass, Big Brother's casting director, to officiate their wedding ceremony.
"Robyn Kass -- the founder of Big Brother relationships, the connector of the dots, the first of her name, the matchmaker -- will you officiate our wedding?" Bayleigh asked in a video posted on their YouTube channel in June 2019.
"That's a legit proposal," Swaggy noted.
"Legit proposal," Bayleigh echoed. "We're making it a Big Brother tradition. [Jessica Graf] and [Cody Nickson] started it. They had Robyn officiate their wedding, and it was beautiful!"
"It was gorgeous," Swaggy added of Jessica and Cody's October 2018 wedding.
"And so we're going to follow suit and ask Robyn Kass if she would officiate our wedding. Hit her up, tweet her, let her know that it's already done!" Bayleigh told their fans.
The couple also revealed they plan on inviting quite a few former Big Brother houseguests to their wedding, including fellow Big Brother couples Jessica and Cody and Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly.
In early 2020, Bayleigh and Swaggy revealed they had actually already secretly wed in February 2019 in a small ceremony attended by only immediate family.
However, the couple -- who also competed on MTV's The Challenge: Total Madness in 2020 -- said they they still planned to have a second destination wedding cruise to the Bahamas later in 2020.
Copies of a marriage certificate showing the couple wed on February 17, 2019 in Missouri subsequently surfaced online.
Given the coronavirus pandemic, Bayleigh and Swaggy's plans for a destination wedding cruise in Summer 2020 ended up being postponed.
"I trust God's timing so I would rather wait," Bayleigh told E! News. "Chris' mom had breast cancer and my mom has lupus so I would rather completely cancel or postpone then them get sick from Corona."
"So for me, it's not that important. I'd rather have my family safe but we will figure everything out. We're happy together."