Three months after their filmed wedding, "The Golden Bachelor," Gerry Turner and his wife Theresa Nist revealed on Friday that they are separating.

"Theresa and I have had a number of heart-to-heart conversations, and we've looked closely at our situation, our living situation, and so forth, and we've kind of come to the mutual conclusion that it's probably time for us to dissolve our marriage," Turner, 72, told "Good Morning America."

The couple wed in a televised ceremony in January after meeting on the first season of "The Golden Bachelor," an ABC spinoff of the popular dating reality show "The Bachelor," last fall. Nist, 70, expressed gratitude to supporters.

"I don’t think we can tell you how many people told us that it gave them so much hope," she continued. "We want none of that to change for anybody."

Though they did not disclose the reasons behind their breakup, Turner and Nist implied that they struggled to make living decisions. Turner is a retired restaurateur from Indiana, while Nist works in financial services. Nist is from New Jersey.

In November, the couple revealed to Juju Chang of ABC News that they intended to settle in South Carolina.