Clare Crawley is a reality star prominent for appearances in season 18 of The Bachelor, season 1 & 2 of Bachelor in Paradise, The Bachelor Winter Games (2018), and season 16 of The Bachelorette.
Clare even reached the finals of The Bachelor's season 18- where she competed for Juan Pablo but lost to Andi Dorfman.
Clare Crawley’s Bio
Clare was born on 20 March 1981 in Sacramento, California. She grew up alongside her five other siblings. Her father is no more; he died before she appeared on The Bachelor.
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Clare broke her engagement with the Canadian reality star, Benoit Beauséjour-Savard, in April 2018.
She first met The Bachelorette Canada’s star in season 1 of The Bachelor Winter Games and had flourished an intense intimacy until she started dating Christian Rauch.
However, Clare and Benoit later patched up and entered the finale of the show- where they got engaged in February 2018.
Clare Crawley and her ex-fiance, Benoit Beauséjour-Savard (Photo: bustle.com)
Their engagement was short-lived, though, as she announced the couple's split after two months of their engagement. The pair cited via Instagram that it was their mutual understanding to split.
The Bachelor Winter Games season 1 faced a lot of twists when Clare had a love triangle with Benoit Beausejour-Savard and Christian Rauch. However, in the end, nobody was lucky enough to win over her.
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Prior to Bachelor Winter Games, she was linked with Jared Haibon in the second season of Bachelor in Paradise. They ended their relationship after having an argument in the show. Also, Clare attached to Robert and Zack in the debut season of Bachelor in Paradise. But, due to disrespectful comments inside the show made by AshLee Frazier, she quit upon the show and Zack. Not to forget, her relationship with Robert had ended early in the show.
As for her history in The Bachelor, she was rejected by Juan Pablo in the final season.
What’s New On Clare’s Profession?
On 2 March 2020, the official Twitter account of The Bachelorette announced that Clare Crawley would be the new Bachelorette.
Following the news, she told Good Morning America,
"I feel like a lot of people put it out there as this negative thing. For me, it's just more years under my belt, more years learning and knowing what I want and what I won't settle for."
Clare further joked about her age, saying she felt old enough to be the mother of three finalists who were younger than twenty-five.
Quick Facts About Clare Crawley
According to Distractify, Clare is the oldest Bachelorette to be ever featured in the of the show.
The new season of The Bachelorette will air from May 2020.
She will be joining the reality show after a four-year gap.
She did a job of a hairstylist in Sacramento, California, before appearing in the reality series in 2014.