'Bachelor' Brad Womack & Emily Maynard May Not Be Over — Her Mom Speaks Out!

Sat, April 23, 2011 2:30pm EDT by 1 Comment

Although they’re still considering marriage, this reality couple is definitely struggling in love!

Brad Womack and Emily Maynard may have fallen in love on The Bachelor, but Emily’s mother Susan Maynard says this romance may not have a storybook ending!

“They have not officially broken up. It’s still kind of on and off,” Susan tells People. “I hear nothing but good things about Brad. They are still just trying to get to know each other.”

According to Susan, Emily, 25, will not be moving to Austin, Texas to live with Brad, 38, who owns a bar in the area.

“I don’t think there is any rush to move,” Susan says. “There are no plans to take [Emily's daughter] Ricki out of school.”

Ultimately, it doesn’t seem to us like Susan’s putting too much faith in her daughter’s new relationship.

“I can’t say one way or the other [if the couple will last],” she says. “I think they both have good intentions.”

We hope Brad and Emily are able to repair their rocky relationship!

– William Earl

More Brad & Emily Stories:

  1. Brad Not Calling — Emily Cries To Sleep!
  2. Emily Dumps Brad Over The Phone!
  3. Emily Won’t Ever Marry Brad!

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Lisa Seelye

Posted at 3:46 PM on April 23, 2011  

I hope that they can work it out if that is what they both want.
But my heart goes out to them both; a long-distance relationship can work but there must be absolute trust on both sides or it cannot work!! I hope that they both remember that healthy relationships take daily work and that they must be pursued even more diligently if they are long-distance relationships!! There are several pluses for them; they have all of this new technology which makes it alot easier to stay in contact: such as skype, the internet, the cell phones etc. So, hopefully they will utilize the new technology to strengthen their bonds and enrich their relationship. I hope that they seek pre-marital counseling and hopefully they can have a couple who has been successfully and happily married as a mentor couple for them as emotional and spiritual support because these supports can only help and give ongoing hope!! My best wishes to them no matter what they decide to do!! Sincerely, Lisa Seelye

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