A family member of Bachelorette winners makes a rare declaration about separation

A family member of Bachelorette winners makes a rare declaration about separation ...

The brother of a The Bachelorettestar spoke out about an ongoing family feud and suggested that a reconciliation might be done.

JoJo Fletcher, the lead lady on The Bachelorette in 2016, revealed that he was separated from his brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He did not appear at his brother's hometown date with JoJo and the rest of the Rodgers family.

Aaron admitted that he did not see his brother find love on the ABC dating program, but learned about it and was relieved that his family's personal issues were addressed on camera in an interview with ESPN.

To be honest with you, I haven't seen the program in 2016 and it hasn't really affected me a lot, according to the NFL star. I'm not going to discuss those things publicly because I wish him luck in the competition.

Jordan and JoJos' wedding in May 2022 was canceled by Aaron Rodgers.

JoJo Fletcher (@joelle_fletcher) has shared a post.

Jordan said he wanted to see his whole family together for his wedding following his 2016 engagement to JoJo on The Bachelorette. There's no scenario in which I wouldn't want my whole family to attend a wedding, so absolutely, that's something all of our families wish and hope for at some point, perPeople.

So it isn't a surprise that when JoJo and Jordan wed at a Santa Ynez winery in May 2022, he was a no-show.

According to Us Weekly, there is still a family feud, adding that the famous siblings haven't reconciled or repaired their relationship.

Aaron missed out on his big day, and that's something Jordan's never going to forget, according to an insider. Even though Aaron was unlikely to be there, Jordan invited his whole family, even if they were distant for a long time.

In August 2022, Aaron Rodgers spoke out about his family situation.

An insider told People that the Rodgers brothers, which also include their youngest brother Luke, started talking a bit in January 2022, but that there was still a division between them. Things clearly weren't resolved until May when Aaron skipped his youngest brothers' wedding.

Aaron provided a rare update on his family situation in an August 2022 interview on the Aubrey Marcus podcast, and said he expects things to resolve at some point.

He said of the family drama, "Ive always tried to deal with it quietly behind closed doors." That hasn't always been the case or hasn't been helpful to many people.

The footballer added that he is grateful for the sacrifices his father, Ed, made for him and his brothers when they were growing up, and that he has deep love and gratitude for his entire family.

Aaron said, "I believe in reconciliation and I believe in the possibility of reconciliation." Who knows what the future will be like, when it will be displayed, and when the time will come?" I have no resentment in my heart, but I do have deep love and appreciation for all that I've learned and for the fact that if I hadn't been raised that way, there would be no way I'd be sitting here today.