BiP's Krystal Nielson and Boyfriend Miles Bowles’ Relationship Timeline
Love in the fast lane! Krystal Nielson and Miles Bowles have had a whirlwind romance since meeting through a mutual friend. The Bachelor in Paradise alum was set up with the photographer in May 2020, three months after she announced her split from husband Chris Randone. Nielson opened up about the beginning of her relationship with Bowles, telling Ben Higgins and Ashley Iaconetti in a November 2020 episode of their “Almost Famous” podcast that her coach Kerry Smith from The Awakening Trainings pushed them together one year after Nielson met Bowles’ mom, Katie, on a retreat. “[Kerry] came over and she’s like, ‘I have the perfect guy for you. It’s Katie’s son.’ And I was like, ‘Katie and I are friends! I can’t date her son!’” she recalled. “And she just kind of really encouraged it for weeks. Then when we met, I just knew why she was so certain of us being a great match for each other.” The couple, however, kept their relationship quiet until October 2020, when Nielson posted a photo with her new man on Instagram. “I am so happy to be moving forward in this new chapter of my life,” the health coach exclusively told Us Weekly two days after sharing the steamy snap on social media. “We have been keeping our relationship private for several months so that we could really focus on building a solid foundation and getting to know each other outside of what you see in the media.” The Total Body Guide founder announced she is pregnant with her and Bowles’ first child one month later, sharing the news in a YouTube video. “Awwww!! Omg we are BURSTING with joy to finally share this wonderful news!! I can’t believe it… I’m going be a MOMMY!!! ,” Nielson captioned a series of photos of the couple’s first sonogram. “Thank you all for being a part of my journey! Miles, Wayne, Chucky and I cannot WAIT to share this new chapter with you!!.” The former Bachelor star gushed about her relationship with Bowles after six months together and their growing family during the aforementioned “Almost Famous” podcast appearance. “I feel so blessed to have Miles as my partner,” she said. “For our families to be so excited, so supportive [is a blessing] and we just couldn’t be more excited.” Scroll down to relive Nielson and Bowles’ relationship ride and pregnancy journey.
Herbert F. Solow, TV Exec Behind 'Star Trek' and 'Mission: Impossible,' Dies at 89
Herbert F. Solow, the TV production executive who helped make "Star Trek" and "Mission: Impossible" a reality, died on Thursday, his wife, Dr. Harrison Solow, confirmed. He was 89. A graduate of Dartmouth, Solow got his start in showbiz in 1953, working up the ranks at William Morris, starting as a mail room worker and secretary before becoming an assistant and later a talent agent representing stars and filmmakers like Ingmar Bergman. Later, he...
‘Saved by the Bell’ Cast: Where Are They Now?
Bayside High for life! Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, Mario Lopez and more Saved by the Bell stars have gone on to do great things, but they have also stayed true to their roots. The sitcom, which aired four seasons from 1989 to 1993, followed a group of teens, including Gosselaar, Thiessen, Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley, Dustin Diamond and Lark Voorhies, as they navigated the ups and downs of high school. Several members of the cast subsequently moved on to the spinoff Saved by the Bell: The College Years. They reunited again for the Peacock revival in 2020, but the reprisals almost did not happen. Lopez and Berkley were confirmed to return when the project was announced in September 2019, while Thiessen exclusively told Us Weekly the following month that she “didn’t know that was happening” at all ahead of the news. However, the Access Hollywood cohost teased in November 2019 that Thiessen and Gosselaar would make appearances in the revival. “Who says they weren’t included?” he exclusively told Us at the time. “You’ve got to wait and find out.” Voorhies, for her part, explained during a February 2020 appearance on The Dr. Oz Show that she felt “a bit slighted and hurt when I was not invited to be part of” the new series. In October 2020, though, news broke that the actress would indeed return as Lisa. She ultimately joined Gosselaar and Thiessen in reprising their roles. Showrunner Tracey Wigfield then hinted in November 2020 that Diamond could make a future appearance. “We talk about Screech’s character and there are little Easter eggs throughout the show of what he’s doing now, and you can find some if you look for them,” she said on the “TV’s Top 5” podcast. “And this season, he wasn’t tied to any of the new characters or anything. But that’s not to say it’s not open for the future, not knowing what stories will be or anything for a cameo maybe.” Scroll through the gallery below to see what the cast of Saved by the Bell has been doing since the show ended — besides reuniting for the revival!