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Bachelorette Gabby’s ex Erich debuts in a romance with model Elizabeth Turner

Erich Schwer, Elizabeth Turner and Gabby Windey Scott Kirkland/Shutterstock; AFF-US/Shutterstock; Rob Latour/Shutterstock

Less than three months after his engagement to Gabby Windey terminated, Eric Schwer seems to be out of business.

The Bachelorette winner of season 19, 30, reposted an influencer polaroid Elizabeth Turner on Tuesday, February 14 via Instagram Stories. “Valentine’s Day,” 30-year-old Turner captioned the sweet photo, kissing the reality star on the cheek.

Windey, 32, and Schwer confirmed their split in November 2022, two months after their proposal aired on the ABC series.

“I really think it was compatibility,” the said Dancing with the stars participant told exclusively Us weekly a month after the breakup. “It was just getting to know the relationship in person because we were long distance and in a bubble before that [while The Bachelorette was airing]. Sometimes you don’t always know what questions to ask or it’s up to the other person to really get to know themselves and bring out their truth. So I think it was a lot to get to know each other in real life.

More recently, Schwer spoke to OK! about what he wanted in a future partner, playing coy with the outlet to take things “slow” in his new romance.

“I want to find my best friend, someone I can feel every day with. I want a partnership where we can lean on each other and support each other through the highs and lows,” he said on Feb. 10. white Lotus binge watch at once. And fiery romance. Because at the end of the day I am a hopeful romantic.”

The New Jersey native then shared his side of the split, noting that his father’s death in the summer of 2022 when the show aired played a role.

“I will say that I personally struggled with my mental health during my last relationship, and I wish I could have handled it better,” he said. “I learned how to navigate the loss of my father and a new engagement, all at once, yet on a public scale. There were times when I felt lost and unmotivated, and unfortunately this changed in a few different areas of my life. I didn’t have the tools I’ve since learned to deal with the pressure and pain I felt.

While Windey quickly fizzled out, he added that he still took a lot away from the experience: “I learned to be vulnerable and put myself out there 100 percent, to be more in tune with my feelings and open them up to express. Overall, the experience allowed me to come out of my shell in a way I hadn’t before and find the confidence to be my true self.

Turner, for her part, has nearly 1 million Instagram followers and is signed to ONE Management in New York City.

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