"Bachelorette" rachel lindsay has less than two weeks to go to tell the world who she's in love with. Whether fans want to hear spoilers or not, it's known she finds love at the end of the show because she's told them that much. The big question is who did she pick? Spoilers everywhere have named the winner, but there's always the slight possibility that they're wrong.

Setting sights on "the one"

In the meantime, how does Rachel feel about the choice she made? Is she still happy with her fiance? She told ABC News that during "The Bachelorette," she had a tendency to "run away from the one who is good on paper" and would "run toward the one that's more complicated, and who I can fix and we can work on it together." She figured it was so easy, then something must be wrong.

On the other hand, she had to wonder why her relationship would have to be so hard if life already tends to be.

Rachel Lindsay emphasized all season that being selfish isn't part of her make up, but the whole reason for her being on "The Bachelorette" was to be just that and find the right man for her. She knew there wasn't going to be another shot at finding the right guy in a scenario like this, so she had to make a solid decision.

Rachel seems to have the strongest feelings for Peter Kraus, but he's made it clear that he's not quite ready for a proposal. The 32-year-old Dallas attorney is afraid if she picks him, he won't be ready to ask for her hand in marriage. Her other two finalists, Bryan Abasolo and Eric Bigger, have expressed to Rachel that they're falling love with her and would be ready if she picks either one of them.

Regrets or happy about final choice?

With that said, what are Rachel's thoughts about her fiance up to this point? Does she have any Regrets?

"Every day I'm like, 'Man, I made the right decision. Every time I'm with him, it gets better," she said. "I know I sound so cheesy but it's so true."

It doesn't sound like Rachel Lindsay has any qualms about who she picked at the end of "The Bachelorette." She says she can't wait to take their engagement public so they don't have to sneak around anymore.

She looks forward to them moving on with their lives together, getting to know each other, and getting to know each other's, family.

Who do you hope to see Rachel pick in the finale? Be sure to watch "Men Tell All" airing on ABC Monday, July 31 and "The Bachelorette" 2017 finale on Monday, August 7 at 8 p.m., ET/PT. An episode of "The Final Rose" will be broadcast immediately after the finale.