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Trista and Ryan welcome their first child, son Maxwell Alston, on this day in Vail, Colorado. Max was actually born four weeks early due to complications with Trista's pregnancy, including preeclampsia and gestational diabetes.
Here’s a rave review from Chris Harrison himself: “We call Trista the ‘godmother’ of the Bachelor franchise for a reason.
AND, a Warner Bros./Telepictures subsidiary, produces the "Bachelor" series in tandem with Mike Fleiss's Next Entertainment.
After reading Happily Ever After, I’m even more proud to call her my friend.” Aww! ET, and that’s when we’ll see Trista and Sutter say those round two “I do”s from last month.JULY 7--The star of ABC's "The Bachelorette" and the guy she tabbed to be her husband will be paid million for the TV rights to the couple's wedding this fall, though they had to give the reality TV show's producers final say on everything from the bride's dress to the floral arrangements, The Smoking Gun has learned.According to the contract between the show's producers and Trista Rehn and her fireman fiance Ryan Sutter, the televised nuptials "shall be a first-class, high-end" affair for which they will be "provided meaningful consultation with respect to all elements of your Wedding itself (including, but not limited to, the wedding dress, bridesmaid dresses, tuxedos, flowers, wedding cake, music, etc.)." However, in the event of a disagreement, AND Syndicated Productions, the program's producer, "shall make all final decisions." In light of the ratings success of "The Bachelorette," ABC plans to turn the Rehn-Sutter wedding and the event's planning into four hours of prime-time programming expected to air later this year.During the 2002-03 season, "The Bachelorette" was the 13th highest-rated show on TV and, next to 11th-ranked "Monday Night Football," ABC's most-watched show.Click here to view the final version of the wedding contract, which was later signed by Rehn and Sutter.
They'll get another $500,000 after exchanging vows, with the balance of the dowry being doled out in equal installments during the show's production.