Dale, 32, took to Instagram on Friday and posted a photo of himself posing and smiling with Clare, 40, during their trip to Hawaii late last month, which the couple had documented on their respective social media accounts.
In the photo, Clare had her arms wrapped around Dale and she was noticeably wearing the big engagement ring Dale had proposed marriage with on The Bachelorette's sixteenth season last summer.
Dale captioned the image, "This makes me happy," after he said on Instagram last week he could "get used to" life in Hawaii with Clare.
The very next day, Clare posted her first photo of Dale on her own Instagram account since their January split.
Clare uploaded a picture of her dog sprawled out on Dale's legs while he was relaxing on a couch.
"The boys," Clare wrote in the caption, before adding a blue-heart emoji.
Although Clare previously hinted about her reconciliation with Dale on Instagram Stories -- including an April video that showed off her engagement ring while eating crackers -- her latest post seems to be Clare's way of becoming Instagram official with Dale again.
For Dale's part, he appeared to confirm he's back together with Clare on April 7 when he posted a mirror selfie of the couple drinking coffee together on Instagram Stories.
"Selfie skills on," Dale wrote alongside the shot.
Following the pair's January breakup, Clare and Dale were spotted holding hands and going on dates in February. The duo spent time together in New York City as well as Florida.
Dale announced his split from Clare on January 19, saying the pair had arrived at "the healthiest decision" for the "both" of them, but then Clare revealed two days later she had been blindsided by Dale's public statement.
Clare wrote on Instagram, "I was made aware of a 'mutual' statement at the same time you all were, so I've needed some time to really digest this."
Clare admitted she was "crushed" by the breakup given her intentions to settle down with Dale and start a family had "always been very clear."
The Season 16 The Bachelorette star added that she had been "genuinely invested with all of [her] heart" into Dale and their relationship, although it "was not perfect."
Multiple sources had described Dale as a "fame-seeker," according to E! News.
It's been widely reported Dale "broke it off" with Clare because he wanted to continue living in New York City while Clare felt the need to stay in Sacramento, CA, and tend to her mother, who battles Alzheimer's disease.
"[Dale] doesn't want to give up the party life. He loves the NYC scene," a source told E! News earlier this year. "His partying would be a problem in their relationship and would cause many fights."
And the E! News source noted of Clare, "She just wants to get married, settle down and have children. They were on complete different pages."
Dale insisted on his Instagram Stories at the time that the split "didn't come out of nowhere" and he was struggling to move on, according to Us.
"I love Clare and respect Clare enough to let her know how I feel, even if that's against the expectations of everybody else, and it's gonna take time," Dale reportedly shared on January 25.
"I wanted nothing more than to make this relationship work, and I put my heart and soul into it each and every day. And I wanted nothing more than to build a healthy relationship."
Dale subsequently broke down to his followers in an Instagram video and said he was "hurting."
"This has f-cking rocked me. I felt so many emotions, so much guilt, but also so much confusion, so much hurt, and I know that we both have... But the reality of it is, life isn't perfect," Dale reportedly lamented, on the verge of tears.
"And we make mistakes. I've made a lot of them, I know we all do. My pops would always say you gotta hurt before you heal. I've been f-cking hurting. A lot."
One month after announcing their breakup, a source told Us that Dale and Clare were working on their relationship, "spending time together" and "figuring things out."
"Dale has been pretty secretive with friends when they're asking if he's back with Clare, but it's obvious to everyone that they're back together," a source said in February.
When Chris asked what was next for the couple, Clare immediately shouted, "Babies!"
But Dale noted he'd like to get married before welcoming children.
"I've never been afraid of commitment," Dale told People in a joint interview with Clare last year.
"And when I met Clare, I knew I was all in. She lights a fire in me that I was missing for so long."
Dale recently claimed he had turned down the opportunity to compete on The Bachelorette multiple times after being nominated for the show but changed his mind once Clare was announced as the show's sixteenth-season star in March 2020.
Prior to getting involved with Dale, Clare had been engaged to The Bachelor Winter Games bachelor Benoit Beausejour-Savard.
Clare and Benoit announced their decision to split in April 2018 after being engaged for only a month and a half.
Clare had also competed on Juan Pablo Galavis' season of The Bachelor and appeared on multiple seasons of Bachelor in Paradise.