Bachelor Arie Luyendyk and his new fiancée Lauren Burnham made the talk-show rounds on Wednesday morning, professing their love for one another after a shocking 48 hours in the world of reality TV.
The beaming couple appeared on Good Morning America and Kelly and Ryan hours after race-car-driver-turned-realtor Luyendyk, 36, got down on one knee for the second time - proposing to runner-up Burnham, one night after an episode aired showing him proposing to and then ditching his first choice Becca Kufrin.
'We're together and that's what matters the most to us,' Burnham told Michael Strahan on GMA.
'I knew that we belonged together', Luyendyk added, looking lovingly at his new fiancée.
But a former Bachelor producer tells Dailymail.com that Arie most likely hasn't told his fiancée of his arrest back in 2008.
The son of Indy 500 winner Arie Luyendyk Sr. was arrested in October 2008 in Scottsdale, Arizona, for driving with a suspended license, previously being ticketed for the same offense in September of that year.
According to court records exclusively obtained by Dailymail.com, Arie has had several traffic infractions over the past several years.