TristaSutter and Ryan Sutter are looking to celebrate 10 years of wedded bliss with Bachelor nation!
Appearing on Good Morning America on Monday to plug her new book Happily Ever After, the original Bachelorette announced that she and her hubby plan to renew their vows in a primetime special ABC will air on Jan. 19.
The occasion will be part of "Juan-uary," the network's series of four different specials to hype current fan favorite Juan Pablo Galavis' upcoming stint as the new Bachelor.
When asked by GMA cohost Robin Roberts what makes her relationship with Ryan work when so many of the reality franchise's other matches have failed, Trista chalked it up to "perfect" timing.
"I think if you compare TheBachelor and Bachelorette to real world, it's probably not that different in that how many relationships do you go through before you find the one that you want to spend the rest of your life with," she said. "But we just had all the components—trust honesty respect, love, commitment, friendship, humor—you know, all of those things wrapped into one."
The 41-year-old reality star noted the couple, who live in Colorado with their two children, 6-year-old son Max and 4-year-old daughter Blakesley, have really embraced the "Colorado lifestyle," doing all the active things Coloradans typically do while enjoying time together as a family.
"Ryan's still a firefighter at the Vail Fire Department and I've been busy with this little [book] project for the past couple of years. But really, I'm a stay-at-home and work mom. Really, life just revolves around the kids right now," she added.
Trista said her tome is not an autobiography, but rather collects stories from her life and other peoples' lives, among them The View's Jenny McCarthy, as well as tips on being a good parent and improving relationships with friends and coworkers.