Becca and Arie got engaged during the season finale of The Bachelor's 22nd season, but he broke up with her in January on-camera in order to reconcile with and win back his runner-up, Lauren Burnham.
Becca's excruciating heartbreak led to ABC casting her as The Bachelorette's Season 14 star, and luckily for Becca, she found her happily ever after. Becca is now engaged, in love, and beaming ear to ear.
"It feels so different just because the relationship and the guy is different," Becca toldEntertainment Tonight when asked to contrast the two men.
"And this time, it feels like it's better suited for me. It's a perfect fit for me and what I need in my life. And I am willing to do anything it takes to make it work to support my partner."
Becca began her journey on the show with 28 handsome and successful men to choose from. While she admittedly fell in love with two men, only one suitor captured her heart at the end of the dating process.
"I was asking for a teammate, a 50/50 throughout the entire season. I feel like I truly found that," Becca gushed of her new relationship that must be kept secret until The Bachelorette finale airs this summer.
"And just that he was able to put up with me throughout the entire journey," Becca quipped, adding her family is "over the moon" about her new engagement.
"They see me so happy and that I just light up, and they know this time around it worked and it was on my terms -- my way. I think they couldn't be happier right now."
It therefore appears both Becca and Arie have cut their losses and moved on. Arie is actually in the middle of planning his January 2019 wedding to his fiancee Lauren, and Becca would have no problem attending as long as she's invited.
"I'm happy for them," Becca said of the couple living together in Arizona. "Good for them, and I'm just focused on me and my journey, and I do wish them the best."