All the talk about #rachel lindsay finding true love on "#The Bachelorette" has dominated entertainment news whether you want to know the spoilers or not. Unless you've been living under a rock, chances are you've learned that Rachel gets engaged at the end of the show. Reality Steve claims Dr. Bryan Abasolo is the one who proposes to Rachel after she makes him her choice.

Pace of wedding plans

Rachel and Bryan have been engaged for a few months now and have been seeing on another at secret locations. The two must keep their relationship a secret until "The Bachelorette" ends in August. In the meantime, Rachel Lindsay still gives interviews and makes public appearances.

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E! News caught up with her at the 2017 ESPYS on Wednesday and asked if she's making any wedding plans.

"We actually haven't talked about a date because we just want to get to know each other," Rachel shared. "We're like when can we be in public? When can we go to the grocery store, grab coffee, go to the movies?"

It sounds like Rachel and Bryan are trying to deepen their relationship without the cameras being on. How often they get to see each other isn't revealed, but they're probably texting and talking a lot on the phone, and making good use of Skype!

When does Rachel Lindsay see herself getting married to "The Bachelorette' winner? She explained that she and her fiance aren't in a rush.

"I'm thinking maybe next year, the end of next year maybe," she said. "We're not rushing it but sooner than later."

Rachel continued that she's never been the kind of "girl to plan" her wedding or shop for a dress.

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She's more like the groom in which you think about what happens AFTER the wedding. Only in her Rachel's case, it's the reception. "The Bachelorette" 2017 lead is more interested in where the venue will be, what music will be playing, and who the guests are going to be.

Rachel says she 'definitely found love'

As Rachel Lindsay has spoiled already, she's in love and extremely happy. She told E! that she "definitely found love and not in a hopeless place." The whole experience wound up being more than he hoped for, saying that it's a "bucket-list" for her to be where she is now.

The next episode of the show airs July 17 when Rachel goes on the hometown dates. Her final four are Bryan Abasolo, Peter Kraus, Eric Bigger, and Dean Unglert. Rachel will say goodbye to Eric after the hometown, Eric after overnights, and the runner-up will be Peter. Rachel gets a proposal from Bryan in the finale.

"The Bachelorette" 2017 airs Monday nights on ABC at 8 p.m., ET/PT. #Life Is Good