Why Love At First Sight Is Actually Realistic On The Bachelorette, According to Catherine Giudici

After all, Sean and Catherine’s journey ended in a happily ever after. The duo wed in 2014 and have since welcomed three kids: Samuel, 4, Isaiah, 2 and Mia, 11 months. Today, as they approach the holiday season, the couple are teaching their kids the importance of giving back through the Ivory Acts of Kindness initiative, which helps those in the elderly community who have been impacted by coronavirus.

“The pandemic has hit so many different communities and the elderly is such a big one that felt super isolated during this time,” Catherine shared. “Samuel and I have been putting together these care packs that have a ton of different essentials.”

For Catherine, it’s also been a time to explain to her kids the devastating effects of the pandemic. “Samuel has been such a trooper with it all and understanding how the virus has affected different people,” she said. “We’ve been so fortunate not to have had a super negative impact on our home life, so we’re just taking that energy and that time to give back to a different community. So the Ivory care pack initiative has been such a great, great teachable moment and something that I want to enforce in our house on a regular basis.”

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