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Bachelor Gossip: Are Emily and Ricki Moving to Austin to Be Closer to Brad?

Here's a question for ya: A lot of readers told us they're sick of one-sided negative stories coming out in the tabloids — but what if that one-sided story is positive?

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It's almost weird for Life & Style to be this chipper, but they are now reporting — through a male insider close to Emily Maynard — that Em and her daughter Ricki are planning to move from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Austin, Texas, to be with her Bachelor fiance Brad Womack.

"She feels like the best thing to do is to give this a real shot and put her heart into it by moving to Austin for the summer," the insider told Life & Style. "She's going to get her own condo there. She's not moving in with him."

Brad made it clear from the get-go that Austin was a deal-breaker — whichever lady he chose in Season 15 had to move to the site of his family and bar businesses. In fact, Brad just reiterated this point to fans a few hours ago, tweeting, “definitely not moving to NC..beautiful city but i'm blessed to have a wonderful career in AUS.”

Emily flew to Austin to hang out with Brad and his family for the SXSW festival, and last weekend Brad flew to Charlotte to hang out with Em and Ricki. Both adults tweeted their excitement about being with each other.

On March 28, Brad tweeted, "Didn't think it was possible, but after this weekend I'm even MORE attracted to my girl #beingagreatmomisHOT." Shortly after, Emily tweeted, "Had the best weekend with my two favorite people. Sad but counting down the days until I get to see him again."

Life & Style's source thinks the Bachelor couple will beat the franchise’s tough odds. "They genuinely love each other and are happy to be engaged," the insider said. "I can absolutely see a wedding ahead."

Source: Life & Style

03.30.2011 / 10:39 PM EDT by Gina Carbone
Related: The Bachelor, Emily Maynard, Gossip, TV Stars, Brad Womack

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