Nick celebrated their wedding anniversary on social media in June, writing, “One year ago today, on a much sunnier and hotter day in Chicago, Danielle and I said ‘I do’ in front of a bunch of family, friends, crew, and cameras… While it's tough getting married under those circumstances, here we are a year later putting in the work to get to know each other and learn how to be partners for one another. All in real time. I'm proud of us… Happy anniversary and I love you.”
Danielle and Nick were the only remaining couple from “Love Is Blind” Season 2, after Iyanna McNeely and Jarrette Jones announced their split last week.
Earlier this year, Thompson and Ruhl opened up to "Extra's" Katie Krause about their relationship and attending couples counseling.
Nick explained, "Once we left [the show] we really put like a lot of structure in place for ourselves so that we could learn how to communicate better, and of course you know how to listen better, which is also very important... we entered into like couples counseling pretty quickly too so that we could learn each other's languages, how to communicate."
He continued, "We've really put a lot of that in place and it's helped us really focus on the things that are really really good for us and kind of start to let go of the things that we had conflict on on the show."
Danielle added, “A blessing and a curse of our love story is that we fell in love very quickly and that was apparent but because of that we put so much pressure on wanting to make it work and also so much pressure on making sure that it would work for the rest of our lives and not only for the short term."
She went on, "Like we didn't have the time to experience like friend integrations, family integrations and so it did like cause disagreements with us but then after the fact it's like none of those… things that we thought about on the show actually ended up being a thing that we thought about after it so it's just like the talking about it was so much worse than like experiencing it.”