Loyal followers of "Pretty Little Liars" were assured of Caleb and Hanna's wedding before the show concludes on June 27. But the program's very own Marlene King has revealed that viewers can expect at least three weddings in the remainder of the seventh and final season.

“We’ve always said that there was going to be at least one wedding," the showrunner revealed. "But I can promise you that in the next three episodes, there will be two more weddings on the show." According to EW, King revealed this during the "Pretty Little Liars/Famous in Love" panel at ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, on Thursday.

Who's saying 'I do?'

The latest episode of "Pretty Little Liars," which aired Tuesday, has confirmed that Caleb and Hanna will get a happy ending after the seven-year run of the popular teen drama.

Tyler Blackburn was vocal about his intention to marry his girlfriend in the previous episodes. In fact, Caleb personally informed Hanna's mother, Ashley Marin, of this plan and told her that he cannot imagine his life with Hanna in it.

After waiting for so long, Caleb is finally making his dream come true -- to spend the rest of his life with Hanna. The two were having a romantic night inside a tent when he popped the question. That very moment gave a nostalgic feeling to those who have been following the love story of this "Pretty Little Liars" couple. It can be recalled that Caleb and Hanna also had their first date inside a tent. (Awww! We're not crying!)

Ashley Benson was obviously referring to her wedding with Tyler Blackburn in the series when she previously said that Fans can look forward to a happy closure for Hanna's character.

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Other than the Haleb couple, the showrunner refused to name the two other pairs who will be tying the knot in the upcoming episodes.

What more to expect in the finale?

Executive producer Lisa Cohran-Neilan is hopeful viewers will understand the ending of the teen drama, revealing that all of our favorite characters will be featured in the last moments of the final episode. The EP said she personally likes the last scene they recorded, where everyone was present despite longer filming hours.

"There was a sincere feeling of closure at that moment," Lisa Cohran-Neilan explained. "Everybody was there. There wasn't a dry eye in the place."

She revealed the idea to gather all characters for one last time came from the main leads. The EP added that this proposal only proves how the cast members have developed a strong bond while working for "Pretty Little Liars" over the past seven years.