Transcript for Former 'Bachelorette' Emily Maynard Opens Up About Her Life Beyond the Cameras
we're in the 50s start It is time now for that "Bachelor" bombshell. You're big fans back there. All right. Did you see this last night? Even before the rose ceremony, Nick said bye. He said bye. He said good-bye to one of them and now America's favorite bachelorette Emily Maynard is revealing what life is like after the show. Diane, you had time to spend with her in North Carolina. It's been nearly knife years since we fell in love with Emily Maynard on first "The bachelor" and then, of course, "The bachelorette" but has a new reality, two children under 2 years old. She says it's not very easy but it is very fun and I got to catch up with her and her quickly growing family in their new home in Charlotte. It is crazy at our house all the time. But it's a lot of fun. It's been a whirlwind year for Emily Maynard Johnson welcoming a new baby and new home all within three months. Gibson was about a month old when we moved. And he didn't have a room. I didn't have anything. But we're here now and we absolutely love it. I'm Emmy. Reporter: We met her on season 15 of "The bachelor" looking for love after losing her fiance in a plane crash. She then went on to season 8 of "The bachelorette" and both ended with an engagement. Please make me happier than I've ever been. But publicly fell apart sending Emily back to church where she reconnected with Tyler. The couple married in 2014 and recently welcomed their second baby boy Gibson just 14 months behind their first son Jennings. I got pregnant when Jennings was 6 months old and I was like, I don't have this thing figured out at all. Reporter: She struggled with horrible morning sickness. I finally got put on this medicine and it is like changed my life. Reporter: She's now a paid spokesperson for the drug but credits Tyler and her 11-year-old daughter Ricky with getting her through the rough pregnancy by being so helpful. Something we saw firsthand while making onesies for baby Gibson. But with this beautiful new home many fans are now wondering if any more babies are on the horizon. Tyler wants a lot more. He comes interest a big family. A lot more? For my own sanity I would like to wait a little longer than I did this past time. Reporter: She still loves watching "The bachelor" and has one piece of advice for Nick Viall. I always say that I should not give anybody any bachelor/bachelorette tips. Just have fun. Reporter: Something she also tries to follow in her new reality. In the car and both babies start crying. Now I just kind of laugh about it. Just give yourself lots of grace. Give your Alvarez lself lots of grace. Good advice and I got to catch up with her daughter Ricky who says she loves her little brothers but loves having her own room downstairs away from everybody else. Wonderful to see she's living happily ever after. She is, indeed.
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