“One of my worst nightmares,” the season 14 star, 30, captioned a photo on her Instagram Story on Thursday, August 20. The snapshot showed a large box opened on the floor with packing peanuts everywhere. The corner of a large item covered in bubble wrap also sat in the corner.
The Bachelor Nation babe then shared a short video of her decorated space, including a blue-tinted couch, white chairs and coffee tables with gold legs and glass tops.
The space appears to be different than the Carlsbad, California, home she shared with Garrett, 31. Pictures on her Instagram show their couch was grey and textured with different throw pillows. In addition, the reality pair’s two-bedroom apartment had a spacious lookout to the mountains, according to photos obtained by People. The windows in Becca’s latest video show her to be surrounded by trees and seemingly on a much lower floor. The final clue is the Bachelor Live On Stage host’s carpet is an adorable shade of pink with light blue accents, while her and Garrett’s rug had a grey, blue and yellow geometric pattern.
As Becca cleaned up packing peanuts, Garrett documented himself playing a round at the Sea ’N Air Golf Club in Coronado, California.
It’s unclear where this new chapter is taking Becca. The Minnesota native has been extremely hush-hush about the rumors and has not confirmed publicly she and Garrett are officially done for good after getting engaged on season 14.
“Bright horizons (not the daycare),” Becca captioned a photo on her Instagram feed the same day she shared her cozy apartment set up. The snapshot showed the former Bachelor contestant wearing jeans and a black shirt while in a parking lot of what appeared to be an apartment complex. She geotagged the location as Tucson, Arizona. However, a pal commented, “I remember this day,” with three crying emoji. It appeared to be a throwback photo because someone else added, “Memories.”
Rumors have been circulating since early summer that Becca and Garrett broke up, and they have not been in the same state since June. The B the Label creator admitted she “didn’t know” where their relationship stood on the “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast on June 16 after he made “tone-deaf” comments in support of law enforcement amid protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd. E! News reported on August 6 they finally called it quits.
Moving on is hard to do.