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At the end of the day, I made my own decision, but I remember initially the show was supposed to be about Ben running for office," she explained. And not only did I not want to do a reality show, but I also really didn't want my life to be a politician's fiancée or wife or whatever."Moving away from her family and quitting her job as a flight attendant to relocate to Higgins' home in Denver also proved to be challenging for Bushnell, who didn't think there was "one main reason" for their break-up."I don't necessarily think at the end of the day we were the most compatible," she said.
"I was craving normalcy, at the end of the day," she said.
"I'm a really clean person, so I thought to myself, 'All right, is this a good idea?"I feel so incredibly blessed that every misstep, mistake and heartache has led me to you. The journey was well worth it."That journey, of course, included a high-profile whirlwind romance with Ben Higgins after they fell in love and got engaged during Now, two years later, Bushnell was trading a lavish televised made-for-TV proposal for a quiet, private proposal in her parents' backyard in Oregon."Thank you Christopher Eric Lane for softening my heart and making it whole," the influencer wrote.star on June 16, revealing the engagement news in a video posted on his You Tube page on Tuesday.In the sweet video, Lane, 34, plays a new song called "Big, Big Plans" he wrote for Bushnell, 29, before he drops down to one knee, asking her to marry him. "I can't stop smiling," Bushnell wrote in her Instagram post confirming the happy news.