The latest season of "The Bachelorette" doesn't hit cable airwaves until next week, but Rachel Lindsay said during a press call that she's "very much so in love and very much so engaged."
"If I had a list, he would check everything off," she added.
It's not customary for a bachelor or bachelorette to reveal the show's outcome, but Lindsay said she wanted to share the news because "it's a season of firsts."
What she was referring to is that she's the first African American to star as the bachelorette, the first to be named before her "Bachelor" season ended as a contestant, and the most men to choose from.
But that's not all, the 32-year-old said.
"I think I'm the oldest" woman to hand out roses," she added.
Though we don't know the identity of her new man, Lindsay did say the final pick "was not an easy decision."
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