‘Bachelor’ Juan Pablo’s exes have spoke out about what it was like to date him, and they all agreed on one thing: he cannot stop talking about his daughter — or showing off pics of her on his phone!
Juan Pablo Galavis may choose a lady to spend his life with at the end of The Bachelor, but she will always be a runner-up to his daughter, Camila, 4. His past girlfriends have revealed that he is so close with his daughter that he will even ditch out on a date to spend more time with her.
Juan Pablo Galavis Dates: Daughter Camila Dominates Conversations
The ladies on The Bachelor have their work cut out for them: they have to win over Juan Pablo and his daughter! He knows what he’s looking for in a wife, and a huge part of that is that she must love his daughter as much as he does.
JP’s exes revealed that the reality star is completely committed to his daughter. “Juan adores his daughter. He talks about every little thing she does,” one of his exes revealed to Us Weekly. His daughter will even dominate the conversation on dates! On her first date with Juan Pablo, one ex says he took out his phone and “showed [her] tons of pictures” of Camila, the magazine reports.
Juan Pablo doesn’t just talk about his daughter, he will go as far as to leave a date to see her. “My daughter is my priority, so if you have plans with me and then my daughter calls, then I’m going to go with my daughter,” he told the mag. The women on The Bachelor better be taking notes!
Juan Pablo Friends With His Daughter’s Mom
Juan Pablo’s daughter’ mom, Carla Rodriguez, is still totally involved in his life, despite a lengthy child support battle. The two split in 2010 and they have been friends and co-parents ever since. “They have a great relationship” a source told Us. She even participates in Juan Pablo’s family events.
JP is also super close with his brother and sister. “Their opinion is very important to him.”
The Bachelor contestants have so many people to impress!
What do YOU think HollyMoms? Do you like that Juan Pablo is so close with his daughter?
— Sabina Young