Though the network hasn't confirmed the extent to which Camila — Galavis's 4-year-old daughter with an ex-girlfriend — will appear on the show, she'll reportedly be included in the process. It's a lot to ask of a child.
In recent seasons of "The Bachelor," kids have made steady cameos on the romantic competition show, ostensibly helping their single parents see through the bull, or (if nothing else) stand out from the crowd. This past season, contestant Ben Scott landed the first rose when he stepped out of the limo with adorable toddler Brody.
"It's not a bad strategy on the part of those looking for love — their adorable Read More »from New 'Bachelor' Juan Pablo Galavis Has a Kid. Should She Have to Go on This Journey Too?
On Monday, Juan Pablo Galavis was named the newest star of ABC's long-running "The Bachelor" franchise. If Desiree Harstock, the most recent star of the spinoff "The Bachelorette," didn't see a future with the 32-year-old former soccer player, producers did, citing reasons like "his Spanish accent, good looks, salsa moves, and undying devotion for his daughter."