The couple clicked from the beginning, unlike other contestants who frequently switched partners, and thrived during "Survivor"-like challenges. Beccaria, a Tribune employee who works in advertising, and Barrington, a Miami resident, fell for each other and have continued to see each other since the show ended.
"We are both busy with work so we take turns on visiting each other every weekend if possible," Beccaria wrote by email Thursday.
They sat side-by-side during the "Love in the Wild" finale viewing party Tuesday at Market and were congratulated with cake and confetti. Also on hand at the party was McCarthy and their competition on the finale, Benjamin Clark and Michelle Sacco. The grand prize for the winning couple was a trip around the world.
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