All of this culminates in his marriage proposal two years into their relationship. The story concludes with Belly marrying Conrad and the pair embarking on a new chapter in their lives. However, given that this is a fairy tale, it doesn't stop there! It's possible that due to popular demand, Belly could one day have children via artificial insemination.
Conrad never gets to see what happens to Belly's body after she dies. However, since he stays true to her and marries her instead, it can be assumed that they do get married. And since fairy tales usually end with babies being born, it's not out of the question for Belly to give birth after she passes.
In conclusion, Conrad ends up with a belly due to Princess Belly marrying him two years into their relationship. Since fairy tales usually have happy endings, it can be assumed that they go on to have kids and live happily ever after.
This irritated him since he believed it was unjust of Conrad to suddenly take an interest in Belly, despite her long-known affection on him. Conrad referred to Belly as "his girl" long after their split in Books Two and Three, implying that he still thought of her as such. However, when asked directly by Captain Smollett if he were in love with her, he replied, "Not then, I ain't."
They broke up because of a misunderstanding that later was resolved. When Belly was taken prisoner by the Indians, she thought that Conrad had been killed in battle. When she found out that he was alive, she went back to him but he wanted nothing to do with her now that she was married. This really hurt Belly who was devoted to Conrad and would have given up her life for him. Eventually they settled their differences and became good friends once more.
Conrad was also responsible for helping Belly get away from the Indians. Without his help, she would have been killed. This shows that he did care about her even though he had already met Loucy in books one and two and loved her heartily. He was just a bit slow in showing his feelings due to his age but that doesn't change the fact that he did love Belly.
When Belly got pregnant with John, he was overjoyed.
Conrad's inability to regulate his negative moods and emotions was the primary reason they could not function together as a pair at first. He thought he couldn't be what Belly needed emotionally because of his own personal troubles as a result of his mother's illness/death and his father's emotional abuse.
When we first meet them, it is made clear that Belly is looking for a man who can provide for her and take care of her. Since this is not something that Conrad can do, they never have a chance of being happy together. Even though she loves him deeply, she knows that their relationship cannot work out in the long run because of their fundamental differences in how they view life.
Conrad also believes that he deserves bad luck. He thinks that if something good happens to him, then that means that he hasn't worked hard enough or done enough bad things to deserve better luck next time around. This belief causes him to act irrationally when good things do happen to him, like when his mom finds a new job offer in another city and decides to move there with no notice. Or when one of his friends buys a car that has just been imported into the United States from Japan.
Even though these events are great for Conrad and those around him, he doesn't see any reason to be happy about it. He feels like he shouldn't be allowed to feel joy over these things because they could all be gone tomorrow.
Jeremiah is fed up with Conrad's years of lying about his affections for Belly and insists that he finally declare his genuine feelings for her. Conrad finally admits that he is in love with Belly and believes he will remain for the rest of his life. Jeremiah eventually disowns Conrad as his brother as a result of this.
Conrad later realizes that he should not have told Jeremiah how he felt about Belly and regrets doing so. He goes to see Jeremiah but discovers that he has already left town. Heartbroken, Conrad returns home where it is revealed that Belly has also left with her father.
It is later revealed that Belly's father has been killed by someone while she was away from home. Concerned, Conrad travels back to Würzburg to find out what has happened to Belly. When he arrives there, he learns that she has been taken prisoner by some soldiers who were looking for an excuse to kill her father. Heartbroken again, this time for both Belly and Jeremiah, Conrad decides to go back home to get revenge on their murderer.
He tracks down the soldier who had killed Jeremiah and convinces him to help him seek out the real killer. The two of them then set off to find Belly. Along the way, they meet up with another soldier named Pippin who joins their quest to find Belly.
If Conrad survives till the conclusion of Season 3, it is verified that he is still alive. He appears in "The End Is Nigh", which takes place one year after the events of "Blood Ties".
Conrad is shown to be working as a chauffeur at the end of the episode.
This leaves open the possibility that Conrad may yet live to fight another day. However, since his daughter has been killed, there's no reason to believe that he would be given a second chance at life.
In fact, the only character who could possibly save him would be Anya, but since she murdered her husband to protect Conrad, this would be impossible unless she decided to change her mind.
Montag's connection with fellow cast member Lauren Conrad was shattered as a result of their romance. The following animosity between the three became the series' principal theme, and it was carried over into each successive season.
Their first on-screen interaction occurred in the pilot episode, when Lauren confronts Montag about his lack of employment after leaving her design firm. She tells him that she believes in him and that he can succeed on his own without her help. However, this declaration is somewhat hollow, since she has no intention of letting him go. Later, during a party at which Spence is expected to make an appearance, Lauren excuses herself to use the bathroom. When she returns, she finds Montag kissing another woman! Filled with rage, she attacks both of them and calls police. During the subsequent trial, it is revealed that Spence is actually a wealthy socialite who pays people to pretend to be his friends. He uses Lauren as a cover because he knows she will never talk. After the trial, Montag is sentenced to one year of probation and must attend anger management classes.
In the second season, it is revealed that Spence paid a criminal organization to blow up Lauren's car, causing her to lose her job. He then steals $10,000 from her account to fund his new lifestyle.