After Bachelor in Paradise star Dean Unglert revealed that he was seriously injured while skiing in Switzerland, his girlfriend, Caelynn Miller-Keyes, responded with a sweet post to show that she was thinking about him.
“I just wanna squeeze you so bad,” the 24-year-old wrote along with an adorable selfie of the two cuddled up on a beach on her Instagram Story. She shared the message just moments after Dean, 28, spilled the news about his accident. The former beauty queen also commented two wide-eyed emojis on her beau’s original post.
The former Bachelorette contestant from Rachel Lindsay‘s season took to Instagram to share details about what happened. While he was skiing in the Swiss Alps — a major bucket list item that he’s dreamed about doing “all his life” — the reality star dislocated his hip, fractured his femur and had to get four screws and a plate in his leg, according to his lengthy post. He noted that he was laying out in the snow for “an hour” before he was able to “flag someone down.”
His situation was bleak but Dean still found a way to find some humor. He shared Caelynn’s adorable post on his own Instagram Story and added, “Look at how that cheek perfectly contours that forehead. Much wow … Also, [please] don’t squeeze me. That would hurt. Thx [sic].”
Although the reality pair has traveled quite extensively in the few months they’ve been dating since season 6 of BIP, the former beauty queen was not with Dean at the time of the accident. However, the ABC stud exclusively dished exclusively to Life & Style that they had plans to meet up to ring in 2020.
“We are not celebrating the holidays together, Caeylnn and I,” he explained during KIIS FM’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Presented By Capital One on December 6. “I’m going to Switzerland to ski in the Alps, and she is going to be with their parents and family in Virginia. But we will be together for New Year’s. I’m going to be in Berlin, and she’s going to come meet me in Berlin.” Time will tell how this affects their fun plans.
We hope Dean has a speedy recovery!