Tayshia therefore suggested she may reprise her role as co-host -- or at least be open to the idea -- on the reality dating series in the future.
"I have to say, at least, that time really served me. It's taken up a lot of 'me time' for the last four years," Tayshia explained on Thursday's episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, according to the magazine. "I'm ready to just do the next thing."
During a recent episode of her "Off the Vine" podcast, Kaitlyn suggested that she's looking forward to some time off from The Bachelorette as well, even though she's "sad" about not being a part of Rachel and Gabby's journeys on the show this year.
"I also do want to prioritize being at home with Jason and the [dogs] and start planning my wedding and catch up on my businesses," Kaitlyn shared earlier this month.
"There's a lot of exciting things coming up in the next few months, and it all just feels very overwhelming. But I guess it's that saying, like, 'You can have it all, but you can't have it all at once.'"
Kaitlyn also predicted that Jesse will be "a great host" of The Bachelorette given he had an "amazing" run hosting Clayton Echard's season of The Bachelor earlier this year.
A source recently told Us that Tayshia continues to have a "cordial" relationship with ABC.
"The bridge is not burned," the source said of Tayshia's involvement in the franchise.
"She's been exploring a lot of different avenues and meeting with different people in the industry. She's looking to continue expanding her career outside of Bachelor Nation."
The source added how "the doors aren't closed for good" in terms of Kaitlyn and Tayshia participating in the franchise in the future, adding, "Never say never."
The source also insisted that Kaitlyn, who starred on Season 11 of The Bachelorette, and Tayshia were not blindsided or surprised by Jesse's casting and had been informed about the hosting switch up "prior to the announcement" on March 15.
The ladies were reportedly a "part of the conversation" with producers behind the scenes.
But Kaitlyn, who won Season 29 Dancing with the Stars, has reportedly been bothered by the fact she and Tayshia had been listed as a "special guest" in the credits when they co-hosted The Bachelorette while Jesse was listed as "host" of The Bachelor.
"The only resentment that seems to come out of it is their titles and contracts," the source explained, alleging that it "all comes down to pay" and the ladies received "less pay" because of their less-significant titles.
Kaitlyn and Tayshia's Instagram bios previously mentioned how they co-host The Bachelorette, but that job description has been deleted on both of their accounts.
And Jesse's own Instagram bio now reads, "Host of @bachelorabc Season 26 and @bacheloretteabc Season 19."
"With every ending, comes a new beginning," Jesse wrote Wednesday, March 16 on Instagram.
"So excited for @gabby.windey and @pilot.rachel our new BACHELORETTES!!! Both are STRONG, SMART, AMAZING and equally DESERVING!!! Can't wait to join them on their journey to find LOVE!!!"
Kaitlyn admitted in December 2021 how she and Tayshia never originally expected to co-host even more than one season after Chris left the show due to his early 2021 racism controversy involving Rachael Kirkconnell and Rachel Lindsay.
ABC and Chris publicly announced in June 2021 that Chris' voluntary leave of absence from The Bachelor franchise -- which began in February of that year -- would become a permanent one and he will not be returning as host for any future seasons.
"We never really thought that would be our position. I mean, we never really thought we'd still be here for a second season hosting," Kaitlyn noted.