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Trista and Ryan Sutter to Christen Princess Cruises’ Ruby Princess

2008-08-13 16:22:00

    America's Most Romantic Couple Celebrates Fifth Wedding Anniversary

                   Milestone by Naming Newest 'Love Boat'

    SANTA CLARITA, Calif., Aug. 13 /EMWNews/ -- In celebration of

National Romance Week,* Princess Cruises announced today that celebrity

couple Trista and Ryan Sutter will christen the newest cruise ship in the

Princess fleet, Ruby Princess, on November 6 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The

Sutters, who met on ABC's hit reality series, "The Bachelorette," the most

romantic franchise on TV since the Love Boat, will celebrate their fifth

wedding anniversary this fall, and will mark this milestone event during

the Ruby Princess inaugural, which will be themed around "romantic moments

and milestones."


    Trista and Ryan are one of the best-known romantic duos in recent

broadcast history, as they are the first and only couple from "The

Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" franchises who have actually gotten married.

The Sutters also recently celebrated the first birthday of their son, Max.

    "Princess Cruises has long stood for romance and reconnection, and so

we're delighted to have Trista and Ryan christen Ruby Princess as they

celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary," said Jan Swartz, senior vice

president for Princess Cruises. "While slightly unconventional, their

courtship and marriage was exciting to watch as it unfolded, and we think

their fascinating love story epitomizes our inaugural theme of celebrating

romantic moments and milestones."

    Trista and Ryan Sutter met in 2002, when she was America's first

"Bachelorette." "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" on ABC-TV were the

first and are still the most popular reality dating shows in which one man

or woman searches for their soul mate out of 25 potential suitors. Over the

course of the show, the bachelorette bestows roses on those bachelors she

wishes to continue dating. Trista presented Ryan with her final rose and he

then proposed on the show's finale in November 2002. The couple wed on

December 6, 2003 in an elaborate television ceremony watched by 26 million

viewers, making it one of the most widely viewed episodes in the history of

reality TV and one of ABC's top rated shows of the year. After their highly

visible courtship, Trista and Ryan moved to Vail, CO, where they currently

reside with their son, Max.

    "We're incredibly honored to be invited to be the godparents of Ruby

Princess," said Trista Sutter. "It's hard to believe that it's been five

years since we got married. This is a wonderful way to celebrate our

wedding anniversary, and also to remind people about the importance of

marking not only the key milestones in a relationship, but also making time

to incorporate romance into our everyday lives. We are so excited to be

part of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!"

    The 3,070-passenger Ruby Princess includes a dramatic piazza-style

atrium featuring small-bite eateries and an ever-changing array of

performing street entertainers. Passengers will also enjoy Princess' other

array of dining venues including the signature Sabatini's Italian trattoria

and the Crown Grill steak and seafood restaurant, plus a relaxing oasis

just for adults called The Sanctuary.

    Additional information about Princess Cruises is available through a

professional travel agent, by calling 1-800-PRINCESS, or by visiting the

company's website at

    *National Romance Week takes place during the second week of August

each year. In 2008 it is August 10-16.

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