"The Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay Can't Wait to Go Public with Her Relationship
The star says waiting "is getting harder and harder."
Rachel Lindsay is in love, and she doesn't care who knows it! The Bachelorette star, who revealed she was happily engaged back in May, may be used to having her engagement ring and her fiancé's identity under wraps, but it doesn't sound like that makes keeping this secret any easier.
"I don't even know what my ring looks like anymore," Lindsay said of her engagement ring and relationship at the recent The Bachelorette: Men Tell All taping, according to People. "It's beautiful and I wear a lot of rings, but I'm ready to wear my engagement ring. I'm ready to have my fiancé by my side. There are so many things I get to do and he's not with me, and I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, he would love this so much.' We're just ready to be normal and be with each other."
Lindsay is certainly exhibiting some pretty amazing willpower! The reality star is still a firm believer that the entire journey was worth it, even if she admits the experience, and being separated from her fiancé, is more difficult than she expected it to be. "I honestly thought this would get easier along the way," she shared. "I thought it would suck at first but that we'd get used to it. No! It gets better every single time we're together."
So will she spill her secret before the big finale? Impatience aside, it's not looking likely–even if Lindsay is open and honest about the secrecy "getting harder and harder" for one pretty adorable reason: she's crazy about her fiancé. "I love this man, and I never knew it'd be this great," she said. "You take a risk when you choose someone because there's so much you don't know, but I'm telling you, it gets better every single day. It's not always sunshine and blue skies, but at the end of every day, it's amazing."
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