Bachelor Nation's Andi Dorfman goes Instagram official with her new boyfriend… but hides his face

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    Bachelor Nation’s Andi Dorfman goes Instagram official with her new boyfriend… but still keeps his face hidden from the camera


    Andi Dorfman went Instagram official with her new boyfriend on Wednesday.

    The former Bachelorette, 34, was seen hugging her beau close.

    But her suitor remained a mystery as he turned his head away from the camera in the snap.

    The reality star’s caption said: ‘Forever an ATL gal,’ which may have been a reference to her boyfriend’s cap, which bore the logo of the Atlanta Braves.

    New development: Andi Dorfman went Instagram official with her new boyfriend on Wednesday but stopped shy of revealing his face

    New development: Andi Dorfman went Instagram official with her new boyfriend on Wednesday but stopped shy of revealing his face

    Dorfman sported a fuzzy blue crewneck sweater while spending time in the great outdoors with her boyfriend.

    The media figure accessorized with a stylish pair of oversized black sunglasses, and her lovely brunette locks remained tied back. 

    A source recently spoke to E! News and revealed that the happy couple had been ‘dating for a few months’ prior to sharing the photo.

    Going for it: A source recently spoke to E! News and revealed that the happy couple had been 'dating for a few months' prior to sharing the photo; Dorfman is seen in 2020

    Going for it: A source recently spoke to E! News and revealed that the happy couple had been ‘dating for a few months’ prior to sharing the photo; Dorfman is seen in 2020

    The insider also pointed out that Dorfman’s boyfriend, whom they did not name, was an ideal match for the influencer. 

    ‘They are perfect for each other and he makes her the happiest she’s ever been,’ they stated.

    The source went on to offer a little bit of information about the reality television figure’s beau and described him as ‘the nicest guy.’

    They pointed out that the happy couple had been ‘enjoying their time together’ and that Dorfman was previously ‘doing her best to keep it private.’

    The right profile: The insider also pointed out that Dorfman's boyfriend, whom they did not name, was an ideal match for the influencer; she is seen in 2019

    The right profile: The insider also pointed out that Dorfman’s boyfriend, whom they did not name, was an ideal match for the influencer; she is seen in 2019

    The reality television personality previously appeared on the eighth season of The Bachelor, although she notably left the competition partway through filming.

    She went on to lead the tenth season of The Bachelorette, which premiered in 2014.

    The media figure finished out the run of episodes by becoming engaged to former professional baseball player Josh Murray.

    The former couple went on to shock many Bachelor Nation fans when they announced that they had ended their engagement in January of 2015.

    Over and done with: The former couple went on to shock many Bachelor Nation fans when they announced that they had ended their engagement in January of 2015; they are seen in 2014

    Over and done with: The former couple went on to shock many Bachelor Nation fans when they announced that they had ended their engagement in January of 2015; they are seen in 2014

    Dorfman later wrote a book entitled It’s Not Okay, which was published the following year, where she detailed the tumultuousness of her former relationship.

    In her publication, the reality television personality noted via The Huffington Post that her former fiance had gravely mistreated her throughout their time together.

    ‘He had an uncanny way of manipulating situations and conversations to make me feel like the worst person in the world,’ she said. 

    Dorfman added: ‘He was good-looking, with an electric smile and the ability to charm anyone…but by the end of our relationship, it was just a mask covering the control he exerted in private.’

    Making it public: Dorfman later wrote a book entitled It's Not Okay, which was published the following year, where she detailed the tumultuousness of her former relationship; they are seen in 2014

    Making it public: Dorfman later wrote a book entitled It’s Not Okay, which was published the following year, where she detailed the tumultuousness of her former relationship; they are seen in 2014

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