After a season of watching Rachel Lindsay fall in love with three awesome guys, it's official: She's engaged (she spoiled that before her season even started). On Monday night's Bachelorette finale, our girl finally got to hand out that final rose in exchange for a proposal, and that includes the Neil Lane ring her new fiancé picked out for her. But even though we traditionally don't get to see the Bachelorette's ring until the proposal, this time, the first picture came a little early. And even from the small glimpse we got, it's easy to tell that her new bling is so gorgeous that there's no way her fans won't be drooling over it for weeks to come. Photos of Rachel's Bachelorette engagement ring are here, starting with one that came from a very unexpected source.
It's practically a tradition for Bachelor and Bachelorette stars (and their winners) to appear on Live! With Jimmy Kimmel the same night their proposal airs, and it seems like Rachel's season will be no different. Early Monday night, Kimmel's official show Twitter shared a photo of Rachel posing with her new man's leg (so much mystery!). And although we didn't get to see his face, we did get to see her ring.
Hard to see the details, but one thing's for sure: It's super sparkly.
But then, after the rest of the finale aired, we got a much closer look at Rachel's gorgeous pear-shaped ring when Bryan picked out which one he wanted to propose with... and the Bachelorette Twitter account was kind enough to share this GIF that gives everyone a good look at exactly how shiny this thing really is.
That is definite #RingGoals (is that a thing? It should be a thing) right there, and Rachel must be pretty happy to have that baby right back on her finger where it belongs. With great power comes great responsibility, so hopefully, she's planning on using those diamonds for good... or, you know, at least not losing her ring or anything.
Here's hoping Rachel spends the rest of her life showing off this giant rock. From what we saw on the finale, it seems like she couldn't be happier.