Ex Bachelorette Ashley Hebert’s husband J.P was recently diagnosed with a disorder that causes a person’s body to become paralyzed. The disorder is called Guillain-Barre syndrome and causes a person’s immune system to attack their nerves.
Ashley and her family have had a difficult year due to J.P’s disorder. The former Bachelorette’s husband was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome in December 2019. “He is in treatment and doing well,” Ashley said on Instagram at the time. “It may be a long road to full recovery, but we are so grateful to everyone that has helped us get to a speedy diagnosis and treatment.”
Currently there is no cure for the Guillain-Barre syndrome, but J.P’s treatment is going well. The family reported mid-January that J.P was “on the road to recovery” and that he was undergoing physical therapy. “I’m getting better and I’m getting stronger,” J.P. said before commending his wife for all of her help. “Ashley is a superwoman. She’s been amazing. She’s been supportive, and she does it all. It’s a lot, but I’ve reminded her that this is temporary.”
In late January, Ashley posted a photo of her and J.P. together captioned, “Look who’s back in action!”
After ex Bachelorette Ashley Hebert’s Husband was diagnosed with the disorder, she posted a picture of the couple in quarantine with J.P holding a glass of red wine. “Another Father’s Day in the books and look at who’s aging like a fine wine,” she wrote.
Ashley Herbert met her husband, J.P. Rosenbaum during her 2011 Bachelorette season. The couple got married the next year in a TV wedding hosted by Chris Harrison. The couple along with their two children live in Miami. They had their first son named Fordham in 2014 and their daughter Essie in 2016.
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Ex Bachelorette Ashley Hebert was a dental student when she first came on The Bachelor and later worked her way up to become a pediatric dentist on Main Street.