NEW YORK (CBS) When it comes to love and romance, "The Bachelorette's" Ali Fedotowsky knows that finding love isn't easy and that sometimes it takes a leap of faith.
While Ali got her own fairy-tale ending - and an engagement ring from the adorable Roberto Martinez - she hopes other women can have a happy and healthy ending by surviving breast cancer.
Fedotowsky is lending her support to a Warner Brothers' Movie Charity Campaign involving a "pink folder" of movies on cable and satellite systems.
Each time one of the 16 films - all love stories of course - is rented or downloaded on Video On Demand, a donation will be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The campaign continues through October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
"The Notebook," and "City of Angels" and "Music and Lyrics" she told CBSNews.com. "This is actually the perfect date for Roberto and I. We just love sitting at home and watching movies and cuddling up!"
After getting engaged in Tahiti, one of the world's most romantic destinations, the couple moved to San Diego where Roberto had a job lined up and Ali landed a gig as a news correspondent for San Diego's Fox 5.
"He is so great about being supportive about everything that I want to do and who I am as a person," she said." I hope he feels I am just as supportive for everything he's doing. I am so lucky. I am so blessed to have him.".
As a former Facebook accounts manager, Fedotowsky hasn't seen "The Social Network," (a film based on Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg) but she fears Hollywood might have glamorized they story a bit too much.
"I do know Mark Zuckerberg on a personal level - not super close, but know him on a personal level - and it seems like they try and make his character seem like...he made all this money and all of a sudden women just appeared and he went to clubs," she said. "He is so not that person, he is such a nice, innocent guy. He never let money get to his head... I don't know how they portray him in the film, but I will have more of an opinion when I see it," she said.
Have Ali and Roberto set a date?
According to Ali, not yet. While she says they haven't ruled out having the wedding on TV, the couple hasn't received any offers from the show.
They were initially aiming for a spring wedding, but they decided to slow it down.
"We have barely skimmed the surface; there is no way we are going to plan one by then, "she explained."I never realized how difficult it is to plan a wedding until you're in it..."
Given the history of reality TV's "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette," it may be best for the couple to wait it out.
"We're waiting a little bit," Ali told People on Tuesday. "We really want to make sure we're doing this right. Nothing has changed - we're still just as happy as we were."