One of the fan questions is whether he’d let his future daughter go on “The Bachelor,” to which Sean says, “Absolutely not. No way would I want my daughter to go on a show where a guy is kissing multiple women, where she’s one of 24 competing for one guy. No way.”
His new bride, Catherine Giudici, who just so happens to have been a contestant on said show, has another thought on the matter: “You know, I would. Obviously Sean and I are different on this answer, but I think because of how we were guided from our parents and our upbringing, as long as you know who you are and as long as you can really showcase that light that’s inside of you, just the way that Sean did and I hope that I showed that exact same thing, I don’t see why that would be a problem. As long as we instilled a lot of great things in them.”
We’ll let them duke it out for “The Bachelor” 2040 edition, hosted by android Chris Harrison.
Speaking of future children, Lowe also answers that question from a fan: “Catherine said she would ideally like to start trying to have a kid in about 12 months. … That would give us a chance to do things as a newlywed couple, like travel. She really wants to go to Europe and so do I, so maybe we can do some of those things before we have a kid.”