'Love Is Blind's Shake Chatterjee Teases New Romance After Deepti Vempati Split

The reality TV star took to Instagram to give fans a glimpse into his new relationship.

It looks like Love Is Blind's Abishek "Shake" Chatterjee has moved on following his split with Deepti Vempati. Shake took to Instagram Thursday to share a few photos and videos of him and his new lady love. 

While the reality TV star turned off the comments on his latest post, he did tag the woman, named Emily, who appears to be visiting the veterinarian from Miami.

"Good things come to those who w̶a̶i̶t̶ don’t settle ❤️," Shake captioned the slideshow.

Shake's new love connection comes nearly a year after season 2 of the Netflix dating series wrapped filming. After meeting Deepti in the pods, the pair developed feelings for each other, and Shake decided to propose. They seemed like they had an instant connection, but it didn't take long before Shake started questioning his attraction for his fiancée. Shake expressed his doubts to just about anyone who would listen but went into their wedding day seemingly confident and said yes at the altar. In a shocking turn of events, Deepti decided not to marry Shake, and instead chose herself over a partner who was not 100 percent sure about her or their connection.

Shake seemed relieved and even crass after being turned down at the altar, a stance he brought with him to the Netflix dating show's explosive reunion episode, in which Shake alienated himself from his ex, as well as the rest of the show's cast and co-hosts, Nick and Vanessa Lachey.

Just days after the reunion, Shake took to Instagram to apologize to Deepti for his hurtful words both during the season and at the reunion.

"Deepti, I am truly sorry for some of the things that I said, things that honestly could have been left unsaid or could have been said differently, things that never should have been on national television," Shake said. "During the time we were filming, you were my best friend. Even though I knew our relationship wasn't going to end in marriage, I didn't want what we had to end either. I loved every second of it."

"I'm so, so sorry that I hurt you with my words. That's the last thing I wanted from this," Shake claimed at the end of the message. 

In the caption, Shake wrote, "I’m ready to take accountability for my actions and be better. While I’ve reached out privately, I think it’s also important I apologize publicly for the sake of your family and friends that I’ve upset as well."

Deepti spoke with ET after taping the reunion special, making it clear she didn't intend on continuing a relationship or even a friendship with Shake after his hurtful words. 

"I think [the reunion] reaffirmed all of my concerns," Deepti told ET. "After the reunion, there's absolutely no way I even want to see him in a group setting anymore."

Since posting his apology, Shake has announced that he plans to start a podcast titled Love Is Blurry, based on his quote from the reunion special, writing, "The truth only offends those who live outside of it."