Twelve of The Bachelorette's 14 former stars recently reunited to film The Bachelorette Reunion: The Biggest Bachelorette Reunion In Bachelor History Ever!, which will air Monday, May 6 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
The reunion marked the first time all of the women were gathered at the famed The Bachelor mansion together to share their stories of romance and recall some memorable moments in their journeys on the show.
Besides Hannah Brown -- who was off filming The Bachelorette's upcoming fifteenth season -- Meredith from Season 2 and Jen from Season 3 were noticeably missing from the get-together.
"Unfortunately Jen and Meredith couldn't be there because we had to settle on a date. At the end of the day, we had to shoot this thing," Harrison explained to Entertainment Tonight, blaming the ladies' absence on scheduling conflicts.
"So, we just picked a day where we could get as many as we possibly could, but unfortunately schedules, vacations, was one of them, just couldn't be changed. And we just had to pull the trigger and do this thing."
Neither Meredith or Jen are still with the men whom they had picked at the end of their seasons, Ian McKee and Jerry Ferris, respectively.
Jen, who is married to Joe Waterman with two daughters, has largely stayed out of the limelight in recent years.
Meredith, however, made headlines in May 2018 when she did an interview in which she claimed she had been touched inappropriately and possibly drugged by masseuse while her season of The Bachelorette was in production in 2004.
"I really love these women, and I really liked that at the end of the day, we had all these Bachelorettes together for the first time, and we've never done anything like it."
Harrison said the women opened up to each other and found common bonds, other than searching for love on a reality TV show.
"They were just sitting around and talking, telling stories of motherhood and just being women today and being Bachelorettes and going through this show and I just thought, 'This is great,'" Harrison recalled.
"It's just celebrating these badass women doing their thing And there was no producing, no nothing. It was just raw them."
Harrison reiterated how it was just a remarkable experience and a trip down memory lane for everyone involved.
"And then having them lined up in the driveway later that night, like, looking from Trista to Becca like, 'Wow, we did this,'" Harrison said, referencing The Bachelorette's 15-year history on the air.
"Like, all these kickass women doing their thing. I thought it was pretty cool."
After The Bachelorette reunion unfolds on television, Hannah's edition ofThe Bachelorette will premiere the following week on Monday, May 13 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.