The Bachelorette finale is set to air on Monday, August 7 at 8PM ET/PT, and viewers will find out which suitor received Rachel's final rose.
"Rachel finds herself in an emotional predicament," ABC teased of the finale. "She is falling in love with three amazing men as she enters the final week of her journey to find love. Who will get the final rose?"
So whom is the lucky guy Rachel got engaged to at the end of her journey?
According to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, Rachel accepted a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring from Bryan, a 37-year-old chiropractor from Miami, FL.
The final Rose Ceremony was filmed in Rioja, Spain, where Bryan allegedly popped the question.
"My sources... are sure she's with Bryan. And so am I. If they are wrong, I'm wrong," Carbone wrote in a June 5 blog post, although he initially reported an incorrect spoiler prior to The Bachelorette's May 22 premiere when he claimed Peter was actually the man who proposed to Rachel.
According to Reality Steve, Peter, a 31-year-old personal trainer and business owner from Madison, WI, finished as Rachel's runner-up.
Eric, a 29-year-old personal trainer from Los Angeles, CA, therefore claimed third place.
Rachel's friend Astrid Loch from Nick Viall's edition of The Bachelor appeared to accidentally spoil the end of Rachel's season during a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, and her statement lines up with Reality Steve's prediction for this season's winner.
Astrid said of Rachel and her fiance, "She's planning a party. There's After the Final Rose and then they are going to Dallas to have a party there. He gets to meet all of her friends and non-Bachelor people, too. And then they're going to Miami after that to have an engagement party there, too."
Rachel's hometown is obviously Dallas, TX, while Bryan's family currently resides in Miami, FL, as shown during a recent episode of The Bachelorette. Bryan also practices in Miami.
Bryan and Rachel's relationship shouldn't come as much of a surprise to Bachelor Nation considering he was a frontrunner from the get-go. Bryan is older than most of Rachel's other bachelors, and his maturity shined when other guys were focused on drama in the house.
Bryan said his family loved Rachel, but her clan was especially skeptical of him since he comes across smooth and almost too charming during a meet and greet.
Rachel, however, apparently went with her heart and gut when choosing her future husband, and she has told multiple media outlets that she is happy and "in love."
Peter probably lost out on Rachel because of his inability to fully let go in The Bachelorette process. He has been guarded, doubtful and concerned. Peter expressed that he's falling in love with Rachel, but he's not quite there yet.
Peter also has a reluctancy to propose marriage in light of the fact he didn't know Rachel extremely well. Peter explained to the Bachelorette that an engagement equals marriage to him, but to Rachel, she didn't want to leave the process without a ring on her finger.
Rachel's mother Kathy appreciated Peter's honesty about not being ready to pop the question, but Rachel didn't appreciate how he didn't seem willing to budge on the issue or meet her halfway since she made it known she doesn't want to end The Bachelorette with just a boyfriend.
Eric has come a very long way on the show since he's never been in love before. Rachel noted that he became "a new man" in this process who is vulnerable and open with his feelings. Eric really fell in love with Rachel and told his family that she embodies everything he'd want in a future wife.
Eric -- whose Fantasy Suite date aired last week and concluded with the couple playfully sharing a bathroom in the morning -- appreciated how Rachel challenged him, and in turn, Rachel loved his positive outlook on life and fun personality.
However, Rachel discovered she has more of a friendship with Eric than anything.
Bryan's Fantasy Suite date has yet to air, along with the conclusion of Peter's date.
"She asked about religion, whether they'd move to LA, where she wants to live. She asked whether they wanted kids and how many, and if they wanted to send them to public or private schools," an insider recently told Life & Style.
Not only did Rachel allegedly ask the guys about their credit scores, the insider added, "She also asked them, 'How much [money] do you make?'"
In a preview for the finale that aired following the July 21 episode, Rachel was shown agonizing over her final decisions.
"I just feel like I'm making a big mistake," Rachel admitted in the clip. "I don't want to repeat what I've done in every single relationship... I want a proposal, [but] am I forcing myself to do something that I'm not ready for?"