The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison apparently believes Rachel Lindsay narrowed down her field of 31 bachelors to the best possible choices.

"Honestly, if you go back to [Dean Unglert], Final 4, I told her -- I was like, 'You can't do any wrong. If you end up with either of these men, you've done well,'" Chris Harrison revealed to E! News.

After Rachel, a 32-year-old attorney from Dallas, TX, eliminated Dean, she was left with Eric Bigger, Bryan Abasolo and Peter Kraus in the running for her heart.

Not only did Eric, Bryan and Peter meet her family, but they also flew to Spain with her for a round of overnight Fantasy Suite dates.

"So now it's a matter of who fits into her life? Who fits into her family? Who has the same goals and ideas as she does?" Chris said of the man Rachel picks at the end of Season 13 "She has narrowed it down to obviously a wonderful man. She is happy; She is engaged."

Rachel's three remaining bachelors could not be more different from one another.

Eric -- who grew up on the tough streets of Baltimore, MD -- never brought a woman home prior to dating Rachel and also revealed he had never been in love before. His romance with Rachel was a slow burn on The Bachelorette but fun and energetic nonetheless.

Bryan was open and vulnerable with his feelings from the start of the competition. Not only did the Miami native charm Rachel and confess his love to her, but he laid it on so thick her family wondered if he was even genuine. Bryan and Rachel also had an intense physical connection.

And then there was Peter, who remained guarded and careful throughout The Bachelorette process. Peter held his cards close to his chest and only confessed he was "falling in love" with Rachel in the moments leading up to her family visit in Dallas. 

While Eric and Bryan felt ready to propose by the time everyone traveled to Spain, Peter just wasn't there yet, and the Wisconsin native wondered if he ever would get to that point.

"They are three very different men and their relationships [with Rachel] are in three very different stages," Chris explained.

"Eric needs to catch up a little bit, but I know she loves and adores him. Peter, is he going to commit? Is he there? Because she's not there for a boyfriend? And then you have Bryan, who seems to do and say the right thing all the time. She's a lawyer, so she sees right through that and she needs to see, 'Is this for real?'"

Chris said that because Rachel had "issues with all of them" but also loved all of them, it's going to make for "a very interesting finale" next month.