Things are clearly back on for Clare Crawley and Dale Moss.
On Feb. 22, the Daily Mail published videos and pictures of the former "The Bachelorette" stars kissing and holding hands and acting every bit a smitten couple while on a Florida beach. Asked if they had a message for their fans, Dale told a paparazzo, "We're just gonna have some privacy."
The couple has been holed up in Venice, Florida, since last week. On Feb. 16, fans sent Bachelor Nation into overdrive when they spotted Dale and Clare at a crosswalk. The sighting came a month after they split.
"I wanted share with you all that Clare and I have decided to go our separate ways. We appreciate the love and support we've received from so many people, but this is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time," Dale wrote on Instagram at the time. "We strongly believe in leading with love and always remaining true to oneself – something our families have taught and instilled in us throughout our lives. We only hope the best things for one another."
Dale and Clare had one of the fastest on-screen romances of all time.
"I was made aware of a 'mutual' statement at the same time you all were, so I've needed some time to really digest this," she wrote on Instagram. "Speaking for myself, my intentions with this relationship have always been very clear, so the truth is I am crushed. This was not what I expected or hoped for and am still trying to process this."
The duo met over the summer while filming "The Bachelorette" in a bubble environment. The moment Clare met Dale, she mentioned that he was "husband" material. She then continued to fall hard for him, essentially snubbing the other guys vying for her heart in order to focus entirely on him. After just three weeks of filming, Clare left the show with Dale by her side. She was replaced by Tayshia Adams.
Clare and Dale have subtly posted about each other on Instagram since they started spending time together again.
On Feb. 21, for example, the male model's feet could be seen in a photo the hairstylist shared while collecting seashells on the beach.