Of course, there's more to Harrison than the glitzy Bachelor mansion, whirlwind proposals, and dramatic tell-all reunions.As layered as Harrison is, however, many fans don't know much about his life.Is Harrison at his hotel ordering Postmates or something? But don't think Harrison isn't grateful for his jet-setting life. I had a phenomenal family, wonderful parents and had a great life, but I never really traveled much outside of Dallas and the state of Texas my entire existence," Harrison added in the interview."This show has changed my life in so many ways and it has given me the ability to travel around the world and see the world, and so it's never lost on me how blessed I am to have this job." Blessed, indeed.Given the questionable characters that have graced the series throughout the years, we wouldn't be surprised.On that note #Bachelor Nation, buckle up for the untold truth about Chris Harrison."There's a part of me, the producer side, that knows it would be epic television, good or bad," Harrison admitted, according to dates.In short, what does Harrison do while his contestants are off finding love in some exotic location? It was on my bucket list to go bonefishing in the Bahamas, I was there, I went bonefishing." Sounds relaxing.
"I'm 82% sure I said and supported all these points as well," Harrison responded.
she will always be my best friend, I hope, and I want her to be happy and she wants me to be happy." How sweet.
But if you ask Harrison whether it would be OK for Jones to be the next Bachelorette, his feelings are mixed.
"Though we have made this incredibly difficult decision to separate, our love and mutual respect remain, and we look forward to sharing in the lives of our wonderful children," the couple said in a joint 2012 statement about the split, according to .
Although it might feel like all celebrity couples out there claim to love and respect one another when they breakup, it's true that Harrison and Jones continue to have a deep fondness for one another.