Bristowe and Booth got engaged on the season 11 finale of The Bachelorette in 2015, and recently celebrated their three-year engagement anniversary, and still have no plans to get married anytime soon. The couple has been vocal about waiting for the right time, but Pratt thinks they should wait for the right amount of money.
“In my opinion, like, if I’m you guys, I’m waiting for somebody to pay for my wedding,” the reality star told Booth during a recent episode of his "Make Speidi Famous Again" podcast, according to Us Weekly. “Because you guys are scary famous. You may not feel it, but you are. And I’m a fame expert. So when you’re at that level of fame, somebody should be paying for a wedding.”
Booth told Pratt and listeners that their stalled wedding plans have nothing to do with “waiting for a show or waiting for any type of offer,” but Pratt wanted to make his position clear to fans: If they want to see this wedding happen, it’s all on them.
“Basically what he’s saying to all the jewelers out there, ‘If you want to donate the future wedding ring, that could speed it up.’ He’d like a $1 million diamond ring for the wedding,” the former Hills star joked. “So all these little trolls that want this wedding, why don’t you start a GoFundMe—pay for the wedding and the ring.”
This Bachelorette couple might not be waiting for their big wedding break, but if the opportunity came, they might not pass it up. Bristowe told Entertainment Tonight recently that a TV wedding is not out of the question. “It’s never been discussed [with a network], so I don’t even feel like we ever think of it as an option,” Brisotwe said. “We’re open to it. So many people are invested in our relationship and they were there with us from the beginning, from the day we met, so I think if it would make other people happy, we would do that too, and then we can always do a little private one ourselves.”
If a network deal doesn’t come in soon, Bachelor Nation will be waiting a long time to see Bristowe and Booth walk down the aisle. Bristowe told the entertainment magazine it will happen “in the next 10 years.”