Before exchanging their vows, Kyle wrote on his would-be bride, instagram, “My everything. Let’s do it.”
Although the pair got engaged in September 2018, the coronavirus pandemic delayed their wedding plans.
“I think a lot of people are in this Catch 22. You’ve got all this money, most people probably haven’t even been engaged for more than two years,” Kyle told E! News. News in February “This adds more tension to the equation and we are trying to figure it out. There are too many unknowns and our wedding, technically speaking, was postponed and by the time our new date arrives, Like, I don’t know if a lot has changed. We’ll have to wait and see.
Despite the fact that the pandemic forced them to rethink their entire “I dos,” it also brought the couple, who began dating in 2015, closer together.
“The pandemic really put us to the test in a big way,” Kyle shared earlier. “Luckily, even though we came down from the bottom, we kind of came back stronger and we entered the summer, probably the best place we’ve ever been… and that was a breath of fresh air.”