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Colton Underwood and his boyfriend Jordan C. Brown have bought their first home together.
The 29-year-old TV star - who publicly came out as gay in April - and his partner have splashed out $3 million on a property in Sherman Oaks, California, after making their relationship Instagram official last month, 'Entertainment Tonight' reports.
The luxury two-storey property boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Colton recently shared a snap of him eating pizza and wine from the floor in an empty room with no furniture.
He captioned the post: "good carbs, great wine & a happy life (sic)"
Colton taking the next step in his relationship comes after he recently gushed that he is "in love" and "in a good position" in his life.
The 'Bachelor' 2019 star shared: "I’m happy, I’m in love and I’m in a good position.
"Everything as far as that goes has been pretty smooth. What was so cool too was, like, after the show was over, I didn’t know what was really next. I knew that I was still coming out and I still am. So there’s still things to work through right now."
Colton also appreciates having such a strong support network around him.
He said: "The friends that I have, the support group that I have has been so helpful and impactful."
Colton had previously admitted he "didn't want to be gay".
Opening up about his struggles in his Netflix series, 'Coming Out Colton', he said: "I didn't want to be gay. And the main voices in my head were just telling me, 'You'll get through this, you'll get through this, you'll get through this.'"
Colton thought he would "die" with his "secret", but ultimately came out because he felt "mortified" over his behaviour with Cassie Randolph.
The duo ended their romance in May 2020 after appearing on 'The Bachelor' the year before, and the 26-year-old beauty subsequently filed for a restraining order against him for alleged harassment, though she dropped it two months later.
Colton said: "I never thought I was going to come out, I thought I was going to die with this secret.
"[I put] a poor girl through [a] hell of my own insecurities."