After almost three months of having to choose from 31 male contestants, #rachel lindsay finally decided to give her heart to #Bryan Abasolo during the final episode of "The Bachelorette" season 13 aired on Monday. It is worth noting that even before the season premiered in May, the Dallas-based attorney had already revealed her engagement to the winner.

the couple were immediately asked about their wedding plans during their interview for the "After the Final Rose" special with Chris Harrison. Lindsay and Abasolo shared that they are planning to move in together now that they can finally publicize their relationship.

The 37-year-old winner, however, admitted that they are still undecided about where to live.

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"We have three cities... maybe Dallas, maybe [Los Angeles], maybe Miami," he said ET Online reported.

Although they are now ready to live under the same roof, the couple said that they are still in the early stages of planning for the big day. "She wants to do a winter wedding, and whatever she wants, she gets," Abasolo shared.

Lindsay followed p by saying that they are in no rush to get married. "We just want to build our lives together in a normal sense," she added.

Now that "#The Bachelorette" has come to an end, both Lindsay and Abasolo are just happy that they can finally express their affection for each other without having to hide their feelings from the public. The 32-year-old attorney mused that she would like to try hanging out to grab some coffee or watch movies with her fiance, while the Miami-based chiropractor said he is looking forward to showing off his woman to the whole world.

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Lindsay introduced Abasolo to her parents, who honestly expressed their dislike for the suitor. But when asked if she was worried about this, the barrister thought her parents just needed some time to get to know her fiance before they can get along.

She even revealed that it was her parents' dislike of Abasolo that made her realize her feelings for him. Lindsay recalled how she defended the suitor to her family and explained to them what he means to her. "I shocked myself in that moment. He is the man for me. He truly is my best friend," she mused.

During the final moments of "The Bachelorette" season 13, Lindsay had to choose between Eric Bigger, Peter Kraus, and Bryan Abasolo to put on the ring. At the end of the episode, the first African-American host picked Abasolo as her lucky suitor.