Lauren Himle, a 25-year-old kindergarten teacher from Ann Arbor, MI, will be appearing on the third edition of Bachelor in Paradise.

Lauren H. first entered The Bachelor franchise in Season 20, which starred Ben Higgins. Fans probably best remember her for two things -- her sense of humor and long legs.

Lauren H. rocked a chicken suit on a performance Group Date in Las Vegas and eventually walked in a fashion runway show, modeling some beautiful designer clothes, on a special one-on-one date with Ben.

Ben previously called Lauren H. "a wonderful woman," and they appeared to laugh and have a great time together. So what else do we know about this blonde beauty besides the fact she'll go looking for love in Paradise?

Below is a list of 9 facts Reality TV World has compiled about the bachelorette:

- Lauren H. pulls out all the stops for her kindergartners. She once dressed up like Elsa for them and hatches adorable baby chicks in her classroom.

- The bachelorette graduated from Grand Valley State University in 2012.

- As a little side job, Lauren H. sells jewelry for an online retailer called Keep Collective. She especially loves their bracelets and pendants.

- She has one sister and an adorable black lab named Owen, or as she calls him, "Owie."

- Lauren H. hopes to be married by the age of 30 and already be trying for her first or second child.

- She has volunteered for Little Free Library to promote literacy and the love of reading.

- Lauren H. participates in a Norwegian tradition on Christmas every year in which her immediate family members dress up like Vikings and wear matching pajamas.

- She loves famous chick-flicks. Her favorite movies of all time include Elf, Legally Blonde, Mean Girls and The Hangover.

- What's the most outrageous thing the bachelorette has ever done? Tubing through glow-worm caves in New Zealand -- a feat she dubbed scary but awesome.

About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.