The Bachelor 2018: Meet Caroline Lunny, the realtor who is not afraid to admit she is a crier

The Bachelor contestant Caroline Lunny
The Bachelor contestant Caroline Lunny /

The new season of The Bachelor is coming up quickly and we are getting to know the women who will be taking part in all the drama on January 1. 

Caroline Lunny will be stepping out of that limo in less than two weeks to meet the new Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr. Will she be the one who receives his final rose? He will be getting to know this girl in front of millions of viewers soon. Here is what we know about her so far.

Getting to know Caroline

Caroline Lunny is a former beauty pageant contestant having won the title of Miss Massachusetts Teen USA in 2008. She is currently a realtor for Re/Max in Fort Lauderdale. The interesting part is that Arie is also a realtor for the same company, but in Arizona. That is one thing that they will have in common. They could compare notes.

The 26-year-old brunette also says that she loves to cry. According to her social media accounts, she cries during most of the movies and TV shows she watches. She may just be the one who sheds the most tears on this season of The Bachelor. 

According to Reality Steve, Caroline will be the first girl to get out of the limo to greet Arie as she tries her best to make a good first impression. By the looks of it, he does seem to give her a once over at their first meeting.

Caroline does have a sense of humor as seen on her Instagram account. She sent out a cute prelude to her journey on the ABC dating show. In early December, The Bachelor contestant posted a photo of herself enjoying some yummy food in one hand and a glass of wine in the other. There were some red roses sitting on the table in front of her. She then made a reference to the show.

"“I’m here for the right snacks. 🌹🍷🍰 IG, Long time no see! What’s everyone been up to??”"

Is she really there for the right ‘snacks’…or reasons, that is? Stay tuned to find out whether she will impress The Bachelor enough to make it to the end.

[Photo courtesy of ABC]