Feeling. Kaitlyn Bristowe opened on Instagram Story on Saturday, July 17, about feeling lonely and isolated this weekend.
Former Bachelorette, 35, burst into tears for being away from home and her loved ones. The “Off the Vine” podcast host shared a selfie of herself crying on her Story with the caption, “My tear tattoo fits so well,” followed by a series of candid video.
Bristowe explains on the next slide that she has been “very emotional the last few days” via a caption. “I used to wear it Family boy to cheer me up if I was ever sad and now I just find it stupid,” said Bristowe. “Anyway, sometimes it’s hard to go away, like, I mean I haven’t been back to Canada in two years.”
“I did FaceTiming with my dad today and I just felt so lonely and obviously Jason [Tartick] left and he is spending time with his family,” she explained. “I was supposed to be there and I couldn’t be so busy with work and I just missed them and I missed the dogs and I just had a little time and, uh, I needed a show to cheer me up. “
The Dewed It founder then asked her fans for series or movie recommendations to help distract her from her melancholy emotions. “So anything that gets people cheering because I’m just missing so many people and dogs right now,” Bristowe added with a chuckle between tears. “Damned.”
Before Dancing with the stars The champion also revealed how often it was difficult to be away from her close friends and family.
“I also did FaceTiming with my mom and my niece and nephew yesterday and it was like, nah,” Bristowe said. “It’s been too long since I’ve seen them, and I know you know how close I am to all of them.”
She continued to record with tears in her eyes, “It was really hard, and I love Jason’s family a lot, so I wish I was with them too, but it’s hard because sometimes people give me bad things, like, ‘Why don’t you go with Jason for this?’ or “Why did you leave the dogs?”
She wraps up her late-night video series shortly after. “Okay, I’ll go to bed,” she added. “I shouldn’t even be asking for movie recommendations because that forces me to go into my DM and then I see things like people saying, ‘have some dignity,’ pull it together, ‘ don’t cry,’ ‘privilege issues LOL. ‘ I was like, “oh yeah, I forgot that’s what I have in my DM.”
Canadian natives are no stranger to real and clap against the haters. In June, Bristowe made a comeback after a series of online jokes questioned why she looked “different” on an episode of the ABC reality series.
“[Six] many years since I joined the program, Eyebrow Lift, Micro-Touch Brow Blur, Teething, Some Fillers. My lips got older, my hair got darker, and I finally learned how to liner,” the DWTS Alum replied at that time. “Oh and I gained weight. … It’s boring when women comment on my face. Oh my God. “
Tartick, 32, revealed in July that he’s fed up with the “odd” comments his fiancée often receives.
“I don’t know why people think it’s okay to say what they do on Twitter,” he shared on the podcast “Click Bait With Bachelor Nation”. “There are many things in this world we can control, and there are many things we cannot control. Our looks and the like are mostly things we can’t control. And the way people make comments, nasty comments about people’s looks – and obviously, I’m referring to Kaitlyn in particular – is ridiculous. It was a joke.”