The standout couple from season 4 of the Netflix series made it to the altar in the show's finale.
SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't watched the finale of Love Is Blind season 4, proceed with caution.
Every season of Love Is Blind has that one couple -- the pair who don't appear to be a hot mess and who might actually go the distance (the Lauren and Cameron and Alexa and Brennons, if you will). Since the beginning of season 4 began streaming last month, 37-year-old client lead recruiter Tiffany Pennywell and 36-year-old Brett Brown have appeared to be that couple.
The pair had an instant connection in the pods, opening up to one another and sharing some of their emotional struggles. Apart from one awkward incident where Tiffany accidentally fell asleep while Brett was confessing his love for her, the pair has seemingly not hit a single snag in their love story. Though there was plenty of wedding prep stress, the two said an easy "yes" at the altar.
ET's Will Marfuggi spoke with both Brett and Tiffany ahead of their wedding episode airing, where they opened up about their love story and about life since the altar.
Brett told ET that he knew Tiffany was "the one" five or six days into the dating process in the pods.
"That was always a yes," Brett said of saying "I do."
Tiffany shared with ET that her family adores her new husband.
"He's come back to Houston with me and my entire family, they just call him, 'Yo, handsome husband!' He definitely is handsome. I think they just love how he treats me too," Tiffany explained.
Though most of season 4 takes place in Seattle, Washington, Tiffany revealed that she has since moved to Portland, Oregon, to be with her man.
"I moved to Portland. It's been easy just kind of picking up and settling into Portland only because I'm more of a free spirit," she said. "Other than the closet space, we've been good. I've learned to accept his gadgets in the household, actually I've come to appreciate them."
Love Is Blind season 4 is streaming on Netflix, and the live reunion special will take place Sunday, April 16 at 8 p.m. ET on Netflix.