The rumors certainly appear to be true! Judging from their social media, "Bachelor" stars Victoria Fuller and Chris Soules aren't just dating — they're quarantining together at his home in Iowa.
The rumored duo seemed to confirm the romance speculation with strikingly similar posts on their Instagram Stories recently.
Victoria shared a snapshot of a field under a gorgeous sunrise. Around the same time, Chris posted two videos of what appeared to be the same field being plowed.
The franchise's devoted following, known as Bachelor Nation, was first alerted about the new couple last week after "Reality Steve" Carbone, who often serves up "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" spoilers online, reported that Victoria had been spending time with Chris at his Iowa home.
"One of the more random Bachelor 'couples' that I can't say I ever would've guessed. I don't know how long this has been going on or how serious it is, but I can confirm that Victoria Fuller is currently together in Iowa for the week with Chris Soules," the tweet from April 15 read.
According to Us Weekly, Chris made the first move, sending Victoria a message on Instagram.
"He apparently DMs a lot of people," a source said.
Us has since done some more sleuthing, with a little help from the Bachelor Nation, and picked up on an array of identical backgrounds in Chris and Victoria's social media, from lighting fixtures to what appears to be the same headboard in a post from Victoria that previously showed up on Chris' blog.
To the magazine — and the "Bachelor" shows' fans — this all adds up to a relationship serious enough that the two are waiting out the pandemic together in the midwest.
Victoria, 26, most recently appeared on Peter Weber's season on "The Bachelor." She quickly became a highly controversial contestant after pictures surfaced of her modeling "White Lives Matter" merchandise. Additional reports, though, said the clothing was meant to reference white marlins, which are overfished. She later apologized for the confusion.
Chris, who fronted the popular reality TV show in 2015, hasn't had it easy since appearing on the show, having been arrested in 2017 after allegedly leaving the scene of a deadly crash that killed a 66-year-old farmer.
In a plea deal in 2018, Chris pleaded guilty to one count of leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, which is an aggravated misdemeanor. He received a suspended two-year prison sentence and agreed to pay a $625 fine.