"Bachelor in Paradise" Season 4 is finished filming, and couples who met in Mexico are presumably exploring their relationships and discreetly spending time together. If you look at this season of "The Bachelorette," it's already out that Rachel Lindsay is happily engaged. Contestants from her season who joined "Bachelor in Paradise" were announced before she eliminated them. It seems that the network has loosened the reins on what viewers find out.

There were rumors early on that "BiP" contestants Robby Hayes and Amanda Stanton got together in season 4.

Reality Steve first revealed the allegations, and TMZ photographers caught the pair holding hands strolling around West Hollywood over the weekend. Clearly, it's no big deal they show their affection for each other before "Bachelor in Paradise" even airs.

Amanda may have found love after the third time with "The Bachelor" franchise. She made it to hometowns during Ben Higgins's season and was engaged a short while to Josh Murray after season 3 of "BiP." However, the pair called off their engagement in December 2016.

Robby was the runner-up finalist in JoJo Fletcher's season of "The Bachelorette." Prior to filming "Bachelor in Paradise," Robby was dating MTV reality star, Kathryn Palmer.

He convinced her to put their relationship on hold so he could go film the show. As for Amanda, she wanted to just make friends traveling to Mexico and being a contestant on "BiP." Well, we know how that goes. It looks like she got more than friendship coming home!

"BiP" spoilers per Reality Steve

According to Reality Steve's spoilers, at the end of "Bachelor in Paradise," Robby and Amanda left Mexico separately.

He revealed that the two were still dating, which "Bachelor" fans have heard for several weeks now.

Other couples that allegedly got together during season 4 are Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk, a triangle involving Dean Unglert with Danielle Lo and Kristina Schulman, and it's possible that Jack Stone and Jasmine Goode are together.

No engagements will be seen on season 4 of "Bachelor in Paradise."

Prior to the end of the show, Reality Steve said a lot of people were dating and handing out roses before things settled down. Rose ceremonies were every other day in a 14-day period until the final episode was taped. The whirlwind romances that formed as a result may either still be going on or have faded out. Steve did write that a few members of the cast expressed interest in going further in their relationships.

"Bachelor in Paradise" season 4 premieres Monday, August 14 at 8 p.m., ET/PT on ABC.