"Bachelorette" stars Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth's relationship has provided fodder for a lot of gossip, with many reports claiming that the couple are staying together just for fame and money.
This week's edition of Life & Style Magazine too has a similar report. The duo, who got engaged in season 11 of ABC's dating reality show "The Bachelorette", could be reportedly staying together and getting married because they are set to make $1 million for the network if they get married on national television.
In addition to that, the couple are said to be making hundreds of thousands of dollars by promoting products on Instagram and Twitter.
"Together they're worth $3 Million," branding expert David Johnson dished to Life & Style Magazine, according to Celeb Dirty Laundry.
"For each product they are Instagramming and Tweeting, they could net $15,000 per cost. They could fetch up to $500,000 each. They could easily pocket $1 Million from the network for the wedding alone."
Not surprisingly, Booth and Bristowe are not the only ones who have been accused of milking their five minutes of fame.
In the past, a number of Bachelor Nation couples, including Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray, and Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff, have been accused of staying together just for fame and money. Sadly, both these couples called it quits before they could walk down the aisle.
Are Bristowe and Booth headed for a similar fate? Celeb Dirty Laundry sources appear to think so. Booth's family is reportedly not on board with the wedding and they have even conveyed to Booth the decision to boycott Booth-Bristowe marriage.
Shawn's family has nothing nice to say about Kaitlyn, they cannot believe that Shawn would propose to her after she slept with Nick Viall on national television," a Celeb Dirty Laundry source pointed out.
"And, they think that Kaitlyn brings out the worst in Shawn – they hate seeing him a jealous and insecure mess. Shawn's Dad has told him that they won't be attending the wedding."