"Bachelorette" Ashley Hebert is getting married.
Hebert and fiancé J.P. Rosenbaum appeared on "The Bachelor: After the Final Rose" special Monday, telling host Chris Harrison that she and Rosenbaum expected to be wed "within a year."
Rosenbaum may have sparked a rumor when he joked "Ashley's pregnant."
The slender, petite woman gave an immediate denial, laughing as she said "That's how rumors got started."
Hebert famously rejected Ben Flajnik's proposal on season 7 of ABC's "The Bachelorette."
Tonight, Flajnik proposed to Courtney Robertson, a model who was roundly disliked by her fellow competitors and the viewing public.
Hebert, 26, and Rosenbaum, 34, had some words of advice for the pair.
"You have to be there for each other," Hebert said, adding that she understood how hard it was to conduct a relationship in full view of the public.
Rosenbaum said he believed Flajnik had a "really good head on his shoulders," and said he understood how hard it was to see his girlfriend being attacked in the media and be unable to help her.
"Hopefully the worst is behind them," he said.
Hebert said she and Rosenbaum hoped to have children sooner rather than later, and planned to move to New Jersey.