Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: ‘Bachelor’ Alum AshLee Frazier Is Engaged to Longtime Friend Aaron WilliamsCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: ‘Bachelor’ Alum AshLee Frazier Is Engaged to Longtime Friend Aaron Williams

By Mallory McDonald

Bachelor alum AshLee Frazier has a celebrity wedding  to look forward to in her near future! Frazier shared a statement with, saying, “After a 10-year friendship and 11 months of courtship, I am marrying my best friend.” Frazier announced her celebrity engagement to real estate agent Aaron Williams. Williams proposed to Frazier on the Brooklyn Bridge and Frazier captioned a social media post, “Best walk. Best view. Forever in my heart!” Frazier has had some ups and downs in her love life. The reality star was first married to her high school sweetheart, and then went on the Bachelor and the Bachelor In Paradise only to not find love, so it hasn’t been the easiest journey. Now, she is happier than ever and looking forward to the feature with her beau!

There’s another Bachelor alum off the market! What are some ways to turn a friendship into something more?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Friendships are near and dear to our hearts, and it can be hard to choose the right time to take it to the next level. But with these relationship tips, you’ll have no problem:

1. Chemistry: The single most undeniable part of a good friendship turned to a relationship is chemistry. When you have chemistry and sparks with someone, it is undeniable even if you think you are just friends.

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2. Communication: All friends communicate, but there is a difference between talking to someone as a friend or as something more. If conversations feel as though they could transition to an emotional connection, you may be more than friends.

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3. Happiness: If your friend makes the world light up for you even when they aren’t there, you may want to consider turning that friendship into a relationship. Just think of how happy they could make you as something more!

How did your friendship grow into a relationship? Share your experiences below.