The Bachelorette alum Tayshia Adams claims 'everything is good' with fiancé Zac Clark after she ditched engagement ring

BACHELORETTE star Tayshia Adams has reassured fans that “everything is good” between her and Zac Clark following sightings she had ditched her engagement ring.

The reality star, 30, took to her Instagram Stories to address the “weird rumors” that she and her fiancé, 37, had broken up after a couple of months of dating.

Tayshia, who has just been announced as the new co-host of Bachelor alongside Kaitlyn Bristowe, posted a video to her Instagram Stories setting things straight.

Looking fresh faced, the Bachelorette star said to the camera: “There are all of these weird rumors circulating around that I’m not wearing my ring and Zac and I are broken up.

“Everything is good.”

Although Tayshia didn’t show her left hand in the video, she explained that she’d recently sent the Neil Lane rock in for sizing and cleaning.  

To reiterate her point, she added a written message with the video as she revealed she’d  “woke up to hundreds of messages” asking about her relationship.

She wrote: “Not gonna lie, I don’t like getting DMs putting this weird energy into the universe lol. 

“I love that there’s so much love and support around our relationship but please don’t put unnecessary rumors/pressure on us.”

Tayshia and Zac got engaged in the emotional season 16 finale of the Bachelorette.

The former phlebotomist stepped in to replace Clare Crawley, who left the show with now-fiancee, Dale Moss, after two weeks.

The couple showed instant chemistry and Zac admitted early on into the final day that he was ready to get down on one knee for the "love of his life."

During his proposal, he said: “When we walked into my parents' house and my family saw me with that big smile, that’s the best gift you could’ve given them."

He continued: “And that was all because of you. It was only because of you, Tayshia. I love you.

“If you let me, I’m going to choose you right now. I’m going to choose you tomorrow morning. I’m going to choose a year from now.

“I’m going to choose you everyday if you’ll let me.”

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