Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn Bristowe
Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn BristoweFacebook/Bachelorette

"Bahcelorette" couple Shawn Booth and Kaitlyn Bristowe, who got engaged on the season 11 finale of the ABC dating reality show, are said to be constantly fighting now that the cameras have stopped rolling.

Although it is too soon to say if the constant fights will lead to the end of their engagement, the couple is finally dealing with important issues, such as when to get married and where to settle down, a new report claims.

"They have so many big issues to discuss now," a source told Life & Style, reported OK! magazine. "They've been talking about where they're going to live and when they're going to get married – serious issues."

However, one thing the two can't agree on is whether Bristowe should take part in the upcoming "Dancing with the Stars". "Bachelor" Chris Soules' stint on the dancing show did not help his relationship with Whitney Bischoff, as the couple called off their engagement soon after the show ended.

The pressure of living in the spotlight could have caused the demise of their relationship, and Booth does not want to make the same mistake. This could be one reason why the duo has been spending a lot of time at Bristowe's hometown in Vancouver.

"They can connect with each other," the insider said. "They have some things to work out. More than anything, they want to stay together."

However, Booth's father Steve is said to be skeptical about the newly-engaged couple's marriage plans. A source told the National Enquirer that Steve believes Bristowe is "too fickle."

"'Steve said, What the hell's going on? This is nuts!'" an insider told the media outlet, reported Celeb Dirty Laundry. "Steven was not a happy camper about Kaitlyn and Nick, and he let his son know it. Steve is worried about this, because he's in deep. He wants Shawn to be happy, but he's worried Kaitlyn is too fickle and flighty. Shawn said his dad's definitely a bit of a skeptic, but he values his advice more than anyone's in the entire world."