Now that "The Bachelor's" Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are engaged, we can presume that they've shared practically everything with one another.
Everything except their bodies, that is.
According to People magazine, Lowe and Giudici are waiting to be intimate until after they say "I do."
For Lowe, who is a Christian and a born-again virgin, it's a personal decision as much as it's a spiritual one.
"From my perspective, I've lived life kind of selfishly for a long time," he said. "Now, I'm going to try to live it the way I know to be right."
As for Giudici, her reasoning is simple and sweet: "I honor him," she tells the magazine.
This isn't the only big news for the couple. Lowe was just revealed as the newest addition to ABC's "Dancing With The Stars," and of course the big day itself is right around the corner. They confirmed after this week's finale episode of "The Bachelor" that they're going to walk down the aisle on TV.
"We have everything in our relationship documented so far," Giudici has said of her upcoming nuptials. "It's right for us!"
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