"Bryan is such a good person and a good man", Lindsay said of Abasolo, whom she'd previously deemed "too good to be true".
Spoiler alert! After months of fans wondering who Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay's fiancé might be, it came down to two men - Peter Kraus and Bryan Abasolo - in the August 7 season 13 finale. Following that, it did not take long for Peter to win over her whole family, and no one was too concerned that Peter isn't ready to propose just yet.
The source said, however, Rachel dumped her runner-up instead because he was nervous about the idea of marriage. Here's all the information you need, to guarantee you don't miss a minute of the drama! He reiterates this during his reunion with Rachel (at the live show), and she tells him she is sure he will find love.
As expected, Rachel wasn't pleased with Peter's decision. Because this time, Lindsay is joining Harrison for the live taping of the show, which means she's going to make commentary, provide insight and walk us through every memorable moment that led to her happily ever after.
"We just want to bring our lives together wherever that may be, " she said.
"[I am engaged] to someone from the show", she told Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live! several weeks ago. Bryan, Eric and Peter are also there and Rachel will see them all before its all over; she jokes, asking if she can leave. "There's no denying that I didn't love Peter". Rachel assesses that this show and this journey was not for Peter.
He is busy picking the ring with Neil Lane.
They say goodbye and wish each other the best. She says yes and gives him the final rose.
And then there's Peter, who picks up Rachel to go to a church, and it feels right.
Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo embrace in an earlier episode. "I didn't understand how you could come that far ... so I was confused as to why you were ... planning this future with me", she explained to him. And I hope she sets some very firm boundaries with Bryan's mother. I can't wait to start our new life together full of fun and adventure! Only time - or a putrid FreeForm reality series - will tell.