Tayshia Adams and fiancé Zac Clark are thinking about their future beyond the “Bachelorette” bubble.
Appearing Wednesday on “Good Morning America,” the couple — who got engaged during Tuesday night’s season finale — revealed they’re not running to the altar.
“We’re just going with the flow at moment, we’re just going to date each other, how about that?” Adams said.
Clark added, “I want a big wedding when the day does come, she might think differently, and she’s going to get what she wants, but I want to date [her].”
Clark, a 36-year-old addiction specialist from Haddonfield, New Jersey, popped the question to California native Adams, 30, presenting the Bachelor Nation favorite with a 3.25-carat Neil Lane engagement ring.
During Tuesday’s finale, Adams sent home Army veteran Ben Smith, 29, and aeronautical engineer Ivan Hall, 28.
Adams said Wednesday it was “really beautiful” to watch his future wife’s journey on “The Bachelorette” — even though she was dating several other guys.
“It was really beautiful to watch back. I feel like you can really see how much love we have and how authentic and genuine we were,” Adams said.
Adams became the “Bachelorette” in November, after the original star of Season 16, Clare Crawley got engaged to former NFL player Dale Moss and left the show.
With the holidays on the horizon, Adams also shared Wednesday that she and Clark will be spending Christmas in New York. She also plans to be bi-coastal going forward.
“I’ll have my place here, and I’m looking forward to spending some time in New York with him,” she continued.
Adams first appeared on Colton Underwood’s season of “The Bachelor” in 2018, and later dated “Bachelorette” alum John Paul Jones.
She was previously married to Josh Bourelle from 2016-2017.
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