Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay Is Now Engaged To Bryan Abasolo

The first ever black Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay finally picked her knight in shining armor and introduced him to the world during Monday’s 3-hour season finale. It was an intense season finale that had viewers no the edge of their seats but in the the end, Rachel picked the perfect guy for her.

Dr. Bryan Abasolo got down on one knee and proposed to Rachel. Bryan admitted on GMA Tuesday morning that he was pretty confident throughout the entire process and knew that as long as his relationship with Rachel continued to grow in an upward trajectory, he would claim victory in the end.

Bryan won the first impression rose on night one and as well as the first kiss with the stunning bachelorette.

Rachel told PEOPLE:

“I really was scared of Bryan. I really, really was, and I really tried to fight it, and I think I talked about that. I was at this crossroads. I run to the situation that’s more difficult for me. It’s more of a challenge that I can fix. I’m a fixer, and I run away from the guy who is every single thing that I want because I just think that either I don’t deserve it. And for the first time, I stopped running away from it, and I was like, ‘Why can’t you have what you want?’ And that was Bryan.”

Congrats to #TheBachelorette's Rachel & Bryan on their engagement! 🌹❤️

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The couple is now on their way to an all-expense paid trip back to the same place where they became engaged. Have fun and CONGRATS!



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