‘Bachelor’: Madison Prewett Details ‘Hard’ Adjustment To Marriage

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Bachelor alum Madison Prewett is opening up about the early struggles in her marriage to Grant Troutt and adjusting to married life. Keep reading for all the details on how their first year of marriage is going.

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Madison Prewett was one of the women competing for Peter Weber’s heart on Season 24 of The Bachelor. By the final episode, two women were left – Prewett and Hannah Ann Sluss. However, before the final rose ceremony, Madison Prewitt made the decision to leave the show. Her reason for leaving was that she and Peter Weber weren’t on the same page, especially regarding intimacy in the fantasy suites.

She had previously told the Bachelor lead that she would have a difficult time moving forward with him if he was intimate with any of the other final contestants during the fantasy suite dates.

Peter Weber went on to propose to Sluiss, neglecting to tell her that Prewett left the competition. Not surprisingly, they soon broke up.

But the big shock came during the After the Final Rose episode when Peter Weber and Madison Prewett got back together, albeit briefly. Their rekindled romance lasted just days.

Since his time on The Bachelor, Peter Weber has been living the single life with brief dalliances, including with former contestant Kelley Flanagan. He will compete on Season 2 of The Traitors.

Since her split from Weber, Madison Prewett has been linked to several athletes, including NBA player Michael Porter and Baltimore Orioles player Adley Rutschman. The U.S. Sun reports Prewett also had a brief flirtation with singer Morgan Wallen.

In late 2021, she began dating Grant Troutt. By August 2022, the Bachelor alum announced that they were engaged. They married in Texas two months after the announcement and eight months into their relationship.

Peter Weber didn’t attend the wedding.

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Madison Prewett Details ‘Hard’ Adjustment To Marriage

Madison Prewett is also a published author. She has two books: Made For This Moment and The Love Everybody Wants.

She spoke to PEOPLE magazine to promote the latter book, which came out earlier this week. During the interview, she shared how marriage has changed the perspective she wrote about in her book.

She told the outlet that in her book, she discusses how women should wait for a “man to serve you and pursue you.” However, marriage changed her perspective in that regard, and now she believes, “I can’t just wait around for you to serve me and pursue me. I am now called to serve you and pursue you as well.”

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Madison Prewett said that marriage to Grant Troutt “has been amazing,” but she also shared some bumps along the way.

She admitted that the first few months were ‘hard’ due to “dying to your old life.”

“You’re dying to your single life. You’re dying to, in a way, kind of your old ways of living and mindset towards certain things. I think that was something that not many people talked about when I entered into marriage.” – Madison Prewett, PEOPLE magazine.

However, Prewett says her marriage “became the strongest, the healthiest” after going through the early struggles.

The couple will celebrate their first wedding anniversary next month.

Do you agree with her that marrying means your old life dying? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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