During an appearance at the 2017 ESPYS, Rachel talked about life with her fiance after filming The Bachelorette's thirteenth season, which is heading into the men's round of hometown dates on television next week.
When asked whether she's set a wedding date with the love of her life, Rachel replied, "We actually haven't talked about a date!... But I'm thinking maybe next year, the end of next year maybe."
"We just want to get to know each other. We're like, 'When can we be in public? When can we go to the grocery store, grab coffee, go to the movies?''
Rachel added, "We're not rushing it, but sooner than later."
The 32-year-old attorney from Dallas, TX, is clearly excited about that next phase of her life. After all, she decided to star on The Bachelorette to begin with in order to find a husband and start a family.
Rachel insisted, however, she definitely won't be a bridezilla when it comes to wedding plans.
"Are you ready for this?" Rachel warned E! News.
"I have never been the girl who has, like, planned her wedding, picked out the dress. I'm like, 'What are we going to do for the party?! What kind of music are we going to have? Who's going to be there? Where's it going to be?' That's me."
In the meantime, Rachel's life has changed drastically due to being in the spotlight.
"I can't even explain it. Normally, I would be sitting in my office doing work, writing a motion or in a courtroom, so this is more than I could ever imagine. I just wanted to selfishly find love and pick between 30-something men," Rachel said with a laugh.
"But I didn't expect all of this... You never know what to expect when it comes to fame. It's just all the attention -- the good and the bad. People coming from your past. You just never know. So I didn't expect all that. I underestimated it."
Before The Bachelorette premiered on May 22, Rachel confirmed to reporters during a conference call that her journey on the show ended with an engagement and she's madly in love with her season's winner.