Though there hasn't been a proposal yet, Ali previously told WHO that she has a rough outline for her dream wedding.
“I am a romantic type, but I’ve never been one to design my dress or think about the ring and all that. All I know is that I want it on the beach,” she confessed.
Taite has also expressed his interest in marriage and having kids, despite his initial reservations.
When it comes to starting a family, Ali and Taite both revealed that they'd love to have two kids with Ali adding that she'd love twins - ideally one called Heidi.
"And then maybe 'Tali' – a mix between Taite and Ali!" Taite joked.
Since leaving the reality dating show, the couple have also ventured into business together.
Ali and Taite planned to open their own fitness and wellness studio in Ballarat this year but were forced to turn it into a virtual programme when COVID-19 restrictions came into place.
Rumours that the couple were part of a "showmance" circulated shortly after the Bachelorette finale where runner-up Todd King became a fan favourite.
However, both Ali and Taite slammed claims that their relationship started in a bid to increase their profiles.
“I actually don’t know how people would think that,” Taite told WHO.
“We were over the moon to be with each other [after the show finished], so it really didn’t faze us,” Ali added.
“But it was like, ‘It’s interesting that they think that.’ We knew what was going on and we didn’t feel like we had to prove anything to anyone.”