‘Bachelor’ alum Victoria Fuller, Greg Grippo split after 1 year of dating

Last Modified: 4th Apr

Bachelor Nation stars Victoria Fuller and Greg Grippo have broken up after dating for one year.

The reality star couple recently unfollowed each other on Instagram and is reported to have separated “months ago.”

Fuller and Grippo, both 30, are yet to publicly respond to the end of their relationship.

The former pair were introduced while attending the birthday party for Bachelor star Nick Viall’s fiancée, Natalie Joy in August 2022.

They started dating in October 2022 and confirmed their relationship with their followers just a month later.

Victoria Fuller, Greg Grippo (Source: Instagram)

However, the announcement of their relationship was contended by the public as she had just ended her engagement with her Bachelor in Paradise co-star Johnny DePhillipo just weeks prior.

Speaking of the infamous reveal, DePhillipo, 27, told Us Weekly, “I had my suspicions, and I kind of thought that there was always something going on. And then it just makes you think, ‘When did it start?’ It’s a weird feeling.”

Despite the scrutiny, the pair seemed unbothered by the backlash as they were quick to move in together.

“I see it going [the marriage] route. I want that. And I know that that’s important to her. And I want to be able to take that step with her,” Grippo said in a November 2022 Viall Files podcast.

Although the pair had stopped posting pictures together in December, on October 2023 they did celebrate their first anniversary on Instagram.

Victoria Fuller, Greg Grippo (Source: ABC)

Victoria Fuller competed on Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor, which went live in 2020. She went on to date former Bachelor Chris Soules before winning Johnny DePhillipo’s heart in 2020’s Bachelor in Paradise.

On the other hand, Greg Grippo first rose to fame while competing for Katie Thurston’s affection on 2020’s The Bachelorette.

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