As they prepare for the fall season in New York City, Zac Clark hinted that he and Tayshia Adams may start planning their wedding soon.
Are those wedding bells we hear in the distance wedding bells?! Zac Clark EXCLUSIVELY revealed to HollywoodLife at a charity event on Sept. 9 that when he and fiancée Tayshia Adams reconvene in New York City this fall, they aim to start planning their wedding.
Zac was about to be celebrated by the Caron Treatment Centers for his recent milestone of 10 years of recovery in 2021 when he received the fantastic news.
At the charity gala, Zac told us, “I simply want to get her back here and enjoy a New York City fall together.” “She’ll be here in no time. I’m really looking forward to it, and I’m sure the wedding planning will pick up as we spend more time together this fall.” When they rejoin in NYC after Tayshia finishes presenting season 18 of The Bachelorette later this month, Zac said he’s looking forward to spending some much-needed quality time with her.
Tayshia was supposed to be there to support Zac as he accepted the Richard J. Caron Award of Excellence at Cipriani 42nd Street on Thursday night, but owing to her busy schedule with The Bachelorette, she couldn’t make it. Despite the distance, the 31-year-old bride-to-be was able to show her support for her spouse on his big night!
A very delighted Tayshia reacted positively to a snapshot Zac uploaded on Instagram of himself hugging his mother tightly as he got his prize. In one of two comments, she remarked, “This photo!!!!” Tayshia continued, tenderly concluding the message with three black hearts, “So unbelievably proud of The Clark Fam.”
Zac has become a better guy after ten years of sobriety following a terrible past with drugs. The 37-year-old, who works as an addiction recovery campaigner, praises his parents, Beatrice and Doug, as well as the rest of his family, with never giving up on him even in his worst days.
“My family never gave up,” says the narrator. And it is the most important thing I advise anyone who has a family member who is battling with addiction. In a poignant tale, Zac told HollywoodLife, “You have to stick in there and keep going because you never know when the miracle may happen.”
And where would Zac be on his sober path if he didn’t have his soulmate’s loving support? Tayshia, he claimed, has done an outstanding job of immersing herself in material on addiction and treatment while being supportive of him throughout. “She’s done an incredible job of not only supporting me in that, but she’s also learning about it and really digging in,” Zac exclaimed.
Zac is also thrilled to be able to provide Tayshia support this year as she prepares to co-host another season of The Bachelorette with Kaitylnn Bristowe.
“I’m incredibly proud of her. He said, “She’s winding up her second season.” “She is a bright spot in a lot of people’s lives and does incredible work, so I’m incredibly proud of her and everything she has accomplished.”