Nick Viall got a personal tour of Bekah Martinez’s L.A. apartment — and the result was downright hilarious.
The two-time Bachelorette runner-up, 39, stopped by Martinez’s humble abode to check out how the Bachelor season 22 fan favorite, 25, has set up the home she shares with her boyfriend, Grayston Leonard, along with their one-year-old daughter, Ruth, and soon, their second child.
The tour is part of Viall’s new video series with bedding company Brooklinen called Reality TV Apartments, where he peeks inside the homes of Bachelor Nation alums.
Standing outside Martinez’s place, Viall breaks down the series’s premise, describing it as “the show where we take an in-depth look at your favorite reality TV stars and their not-so glamorous lives.”
Martinez, who he calls by her show nickname “Baby Bekah,” opens the door with her daughter Ruth in her arms, dressed in a t-shirt that reads “UC Irvine Mom” (Martinez is currently finishing her Bachelor’s degree at the school), joking that she isn’t quite ready for Viall’s arrival. She changes into an outfit of head-to-toe Brooklinen loungewear and Viall, also dressed by the brand, challenges her to a runway walk-off in the living room.
The young family’s living space is full of unique pieces that bring life to the sunny space. A midnight blue suede rocking chair sits beside a turquoise couch; a standard black filing cabinet acts as a tall table; and rust-colored, fringed poufs rest on the floor alongside a furry white rug.
After their fashion show, the pair walk to the bedroom, where Viall jokes, “You have a baby, and you’re pregnant, so I know you’re having fun in the bedroom.” He takes a peek at the Brooklinen bedding, feeling the sheets and lying on top of the comforter.
“Oh, please don’t go through our bed,” Martinez says to him with faux-annoyance, before asking, “Can you please get off the bed?”
The black, wire-frame bed is dressed in a grey and white striped comforter and a colorful quilt. Beige, linen curtains hang on the windows and colorful art decorates the walls. The entire apartment is filled with of potted and hanging plants.
Back in the main living area, Martinez tells Viall that the home was built in 1920, making it 100 years old this year. She shows him her red-brick fireplace, which is surrounded by white and black designs and some of Ruth’s dolls and toys. “[You’re] already doing better than Ashley and Jared, because [the fireplace] is real,” Viall jokes of the Bachelor couple, whose home he toured previously. Birthday cards, candlesticks, a Fiddler on the Roof record and more chic trinkets sit atop the mantel.
On the other side of the room, a glass-encased bookshelf houses dozens of color-coordinated books. “Grayson has actually read most of these,” Martinez says. Viall then points out the vintage, wooden TV stand beside the bookshelves. “This is from my grandparents, they handed it down to me,” she says.
An elegant, full-length gold mirror rests on the floor. Viall notes, “Every great influencer needs to have a little vanity in their life.” Martinez, who has over 600,000 followers on Instagram, tells him that she needs it for “doing ads and that kind of thing.”
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In the kitchen, she walks Viall around where she and her family “spend a lot of [their] time,” and Viall zeroes in on a laundry pile in the corner. “Looks like that’s been stacking up for a couple of weeks!” he jokes. “Do we have to film this area?” Martinez responds. “It is a tour, Bekah,” he deadpans back.
The episode ends with Martinez asking Viall to hold Ruth for a second, which he does — but the little girl isn’t exactly into it. She cries and points after her mom, while Viall says, “I’m going to give you a bit of life advice right now… you can’t always have what you want.”