Sarah Hyland has turned 30 and her fiancé, Wells Adams is paying a heartfelt tribute to her. The Bachelor alum took to his social media handle to share a little something as he wishes his future wife.
He wrote, “Happy 30th birthday @sarahhyland! Here’s a bunch of pictures that make me very excited about the next 30! Especially the last one.” The Bachelor Nation alum quipped that he loves her the “moistest” and jokingly corrected himself writing, “sorry, moistest!”
Wells also posted a series of sweet snaps of Sarah as the actress was seen pouring wine, fishing and posing on the couch with a leg in the air-the classic pose of Victoria Beckham. The series also included a picture of her lounging by the pool in a pink bikini.
Back in August, the Modern Family alum paid tribute to what was supposed to their D-Day. She posted a series of pictures as she wrote, “A couple, a pandemic, & a postponed wedding: A series.” She chimed as she shared with her fans that it was supposed to be their wedding day. However, she shared that they decided to take pictures and drank wine.
The actress said she loves Wells to “Pluto & back”. The couple were posing as a bride and groom at a winery. Their wedding is highly-anticipated as fans wait for the couple to get married and show them a glimpse at their special day.
Sarah had confirmed back in June that the couple has hit pause on all the planning because of coronavirus pandemic. In an episode of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons- Ever!, she informed that her family is mostly situated on the East coast.
“I’ve said it before, everyone is so invested in the next thing.”
The actress shared for them to come down there will take ages and with her health risks, they decided to be safe. “No plans as of right now. We’ve put all planning on hold,” Hyland explained. She said that her family is on the East Coast so they can’t fly out here. Hyland also said because of her health risks, they want to be as safe as possible.
Sarah Hyland has been very vocal about her health. She suffers from kidney dysplasia, which makes her immunocompromised and this leads to a higher risk for contracting the virus.
Wells and Sarah got engaged last year in July. Wells Adams was a part of The Bachelorette, in the season with JoJo Fletcher. Sarah was a huge fan of The Bachelor. She was the one who made the first move and tweeted about Adams after watching him on Fletcher’s Men Tell All special. Wells messaged her personally and they started seeing each other in 2017.
Last year, Adams revealed that he and Sarah are taking their time to plan the wedding. He said that everyone is invested in what happens next. Adams explained when they started dating everybody kept asking when they are moving in. When they moved in everybody asked when are they getting engaged, he said. Adams elaborates saying it is not about the next thing, it is about the journey.
“I’ve said it before, everyone is so invested in the next thing. Like, when we were dating, everyone was like, ‘When are you moving in?’ And when we moved in, everyone was like, ‘When are you going to get engaged?’ …It’s like, hold on, don’t forget that the destination isn’t what it’s about, the journey is what’s fun,” Adams said.
Wells Says They Will Not Have A Zoom Wedding
He went on to explain at the time, that he just got engaged and he has never been engaged, so he wants to enjoy it while he can. “We’re, like, a month into being engaged and I’ve never been engaged before and I assume I’m never going to be again, so I kind of want to just enjoy this little time,” Adams added.
The Bachelor star revealed that Sarah is going to have Pinterest boards and vision boards. “So, I think we’re just holding off on that,” he explained.
Adams also clarified that fans should not expect him to get married on television. Last month, Sarah joked about wanting to elope with Wells in a local courthouse. As for quarantining together Wells revealed that it has allowed him and Sarah to spend so much time together.
On questioning him about having a Zoom wedding, Wells denied it straightaway. He revealed if the pandemic lasts really long, then they will have a small backyard wedding. ‘No. I would not do that. If [the pandemic] lasts really, really long then I think we might do like a really small backyard thing, but that’s probably not going to happen.’
We hope that this all gets over and we get to see Sarah and Wells walk down the aisle.