• Colton Underwood does not plan to sign a prenup with Jordan C. Brown
  • The former NFL player said he and his fiancé are in it for the long haul
  • Underwood shared their wedding plans are affected by the pandemic

Colton Underwood may be raising eyebrows with his decision not to sign a prenuptial agreement with fiancé Jordan C. Brown, but he’s hopeful that their relationship would be lifelong.

During a guest appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” Monday, the former NFL player, 30, shared that he was not planning to sign a prenup ahead of his wedding to Brown.

Underwood told Cohen that he and Brown were determined to stay married until the end, so he doesn’t see the need to have such an agreement in place.

“We’ve already had this conversation. We’re in it for the long haul,” he was quoted as saying by Page Six.

The “Coming Out Colton” star went on to acknowledge Cohen’s stance on the issue since he previously rebuked “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice for not wanting to sign a prenup with her husband-to-be Luis “Louie” Ruelas.

“I know you guys have opinions on prenups. [But] we don’t want to put those vibes out there,” Underwood added.

Last month, Underwood made headlines when he announced in an exclusive interview with People that he and Brown got engaged.

“I’m extremely happy! 2021 was the most transformative year of my life. Starting 2022 off with my best friend, teammate and now fiancé is something I never thought was going to be possible,” he told the outlet.

At the same time, he shared the news on his Instagram by posting a photo of him and Brown standing side by side. He then wrote a short but sweet caption that read, “Life is going to be fun with you.”

This week, he admitted that they didn’t want to have a long engagement, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made their wedding plans very challenging.

He also told Cohen that he and Brown want a “nontraditional, fun [and] weird” wedding that would be “authentic to us instead of trying to fit into some mold.”

Before Brown, Underwood was in a relationship with his “Bachelor” pick, Cassie Randolph. The two were never engaged, and their romance ended in May 202.

Following his messy breakup with Randolph, Underwood dropped a bombshell when he came out as gay on “Good Morning America.”

Touching the issue on his stint as the titular “Bachelor” during the 23rd season of the reality show, Underwood told Cohen that he did it as a “self-conversion therapy.”

“I pretty much tried everything to be straight, and it didn’t work. I just love being gay now,” he said.

Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph
Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph are pictured attending “The 53rd Annual CMA Awards” on Nov. 13, 2019 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. ABC/Image Group LA