The Bachelorette couple Trista Rehn and husband Ryan Sutter have renewed their vows after 10 years of marriage.

The first-season The Bachelorette star and Sutter, whom Rehn selected and got engaged to during the finale of her edition, exchanged vows again in an intimate ceremony in their hometown of Vail, CO, on Saturday, People reported.

"It's an understatement to say I hit the jackpot," Rehn, 41, told People of her relationship with the 39-year-old firefighter. "He is such a good person. He gets better with age."

"It's hard to articulate how lucky I feel to have her in my life," said Sutter. "All it takes is a second for me to imagine how my life would be without her in it. It would be terrible."

The couple's vow renewal will be featured in an upcoming The Bachelor: Bachelor Love Stories special, which will air Sunday, January 19 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

Rehn and Sutter's original wedding also aired as a special on ABC. The three-part miniseries entitled Trista & Ryan's Wedding aired in 2003 and was the first TV wedding in The Bachelor franchise.

"We met in a fantastical way, but we live a normal life," added Rehn. "It's what we did with our relationship afterward that matters most and was able to get us to the 10-year mark."

The pair has two children together, six-year-old Maxwell Alston and four-year-old Blakesley Grace. Max was born in July 2007 and Blakesley was welcomed into the world in April 2009.