Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudice are totally ready to get this show on the road! Moments after their proposal aired on the season finale of The Bachelor, the newly engaged couple told Chris Harrison on the After the Final Rose special that they're getting ready to tie the knot -- and on TV, too.
"A marriage follows a proposal," Lowe, 29, said. After passing on finalist Lindsay Yenter, the entrepreneur popped the question to Giudici, 26, in Thailand. "We don't have a date yet, but we have decided that we think it would be cool, since our relationship started and it was developed and cultivated on a TV show – we'll have our wedding on a TV show. And ABC will cover the wedding."
Appropriately stoked, Harrison followed up: "You are going to get married – we don't have a date yet – very soon?"
"Soon," the Seattle native said. "I don't see why there would be any waiting period. I want to be his wife."
"I want to spend the rest of my life with her. I can't wait to have the wedding," said born-again virgin Lowe. "If it were up to me I'd go to the courthouse and get it done."
Harrison spoke to Us Weekly about the happy spouses-to-be at the launch of his clothing line, Chris Harrison x DaVinci of California in West Hollywood late Wednesday.
"When you see the way Sean lights up around Catherine, you're like I can't believe there were any other girls on the show because it's like undeniable. They are so in love, it's only gotten better since the show ended," Harrison gushed. "We announced the wedding - that we're televising it on ABC and so they are amazing together. They really are. As much as Lindsey and AshLee and Des were great, they have this thing about them, it's just like he said, 'I could never say goodbye to her.'"
The nuptials could be as soon as "this summer," Harrison added. "We're going to do it as fast as we can. Why not?"
And the couple have gotten even closer since the finale wrapped, he added. "They get together and they have these secret rendez-vous where they fly to secret locations and they spend weekends or weeks together," Harrison said. "That's a tough time, while the shows going and they're dating...but it only got stronger and they are so in love. It's a tough thing but they've really overcome that obstacle.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici Want to Wed "Very Soon" for TV Special
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