Andi Dorfman's wedding to fiancé Josh Murray is reportedly on hold, as the new couple is said to be fighting over the Bachelorette's controversial Fantasy Suite date with contestant Nick Viall.
Dorfman's season of "The Bachelorette" has been less on drama, until the end when Viall dropped the bomb that Dorfman slept with him during their Fantasy Suite date. While it is a well-known fact that couples become intimate during their time in the fantasy suite, Viall was one of the first contestants to openly talk about it during the finale special of the dating reality show. And, this admission appears to have made Murray insecure about his future with the former assistant district attorney.
These issues are said to have resulted in the couple postponing their spring wedding.
"Josh is still disgusted," a source told OK! magazine. "He tries to act laid-back, but the whole thing is really bugging him. There are major jealousy, control and trust issues. Josh is insecure — and Andi is finding it really unattractive."
Insiders also claim that the two are not happy with the things they are learning about each other's characters, and photographs of them being a happy unit is just for the media. Rumours doing the rounds also note that Dorfman is marrying Murray just for fame and publicity.
These rumours might hold some truth, as reports claim that Dorfman broke up with her former boyfriend John Busing just before she was cast in Juan Pablo Galavis' season of "The Bachelor." The two dated for almost four years, and in a previous interview, Busing even said that they had a great relationship.
It remains to be seen if there is any truth to these claims, but their respective social networking accounts show them to be a happy couple. Their Twitter accounts are filled with photographs of them hanging out with each other, and proclaiming their love for one another.
Murray has even gone on record stating that he is ready to start a family with his fiance.
He wants "a whole team of kids" and is "ready to start poppin' 'em out."
"[But] she's the boss when it comes to this stuff," he said, adding hopefully, they'll have four children. "We want a big family. We love kids," he said, according to ABC News.