Transcript for Hannah reveals she's been 'struggling' in post-'Bachelorette' life
We move on to our "Gma" cover story. Bachelorette Hannah B. Sharing a candid message revealing she's struggling after a year in the spotlight, and that dramatic final rose ceremony. Paula Faris is back with that. Good morning, Paula. Reporter: Good morning again. What a tough year it has been. She's been a beauty queen, on "The bachelor," and then she was "The bachelorette," and she's a lot of experience let alone in one single year. This morning, season 15's bachelorette, Hannah brown -- I know that -- I'm crying. It hurts, Jed. Reporter: Opening up about the emotional toll that her whirlwind year in the spotlight is taking on her, writing on Instagram, quote, I'm struggling. Life is so different, adding that since last August, I have been a pageant queen, a "Bachelor" contestant, and "The bachelorette." I have been in love with multiple people, broken off an engagement, and I shared it all with millions of people. Will you marry me? Yes. Reporter: This post comes just two weeks after the 24-year-old former miss Alabama shocked bachelor nation, announcing that she had broken off her engagement to contestant Jed Wyatt after allegations surfaced that he still had a girlfriend. That's not what I said yes to. The things that I said to him on my engagement day, you know, I thought that was my -- my day. Reporter: Wyatt sat down with Michael on "Gma" and said that he regrets his actions. This whole show really opened my eyes to a lot of things and changed me in a lot of ways and with my newfound perspective, I hope to move forward and be a better man. Reporter: And runner-up Tyler is dating Gigi hadid. She spoke with the family. I'm ready to move on, and move forward, and I'm excited. Reporter: The hope is alive in her post reminding her followers that, my spirit has opportunity to grow and blossom from this place, healing and restoration can happen. She says she's not going to disguise her weakness, and she'll give it over to god and she said maybe she needed to write it out to remind herself she's human and it's okay to be overwhelmed. There is a lot of power putting pen to paper. Expressing your emotions.
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