Rachel Lindsay will walk away from Season 13 of “The Bachelorette” an engaged woman and if you believe the spoilers surrounding the ABC series, her future husband is contestant Bryan Abasolo.

“The Bachelorette” viewers were first introduced to Bryan, a 37-year-old chiropractor, during the series’ premiere in May. He wooed this year’s lead and even earned himself the first impression rose. According to notorious “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” spoiler blogger Reality Steve, he’ll also leave with a new fiancée in Rachel. (The blogger previously reported Peter Kraus would walk away the winner this season.)

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While fans will have to wait to find out if Bryan is the true winner of the 2017 season of “The Bachelorette,” take the time to get to know the contestant before ABC airs episode 4 later this month.

He’s Apologetic

 

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Bryan was scolded for revealing he kissed Rachel during a group date on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in episode 3, an act which he now says he’s sorry for. “Damn you fireball,” he posted to Instagram after being slammed by DeGenres for kissing and telling during the episode. Bryan went on to use the hashtags “#ellenhatesme” and “#sorryrachel,” revealing he took “shots” before going on the program.

He’s Bilingual

Bryan impressed Rachel with his multilingualism during the season premiere. He discussed his affinity for the language in his show biography. “I’ve spoken Spanish since I was a child,” he dished. “Taught to me by my mom who speaks to me primarily in Spanish.”

He Loves Kids

Rachel has made it clear she’s ready to settle down and have a family of her own, something Bryan appears to also be ready for. When asked by the show if he wants kids, he shared his desire to have up to three littles ones.

“Preferably two boys, one girl. A boy needs a little brother and they both can protect their sister,” he reasoned.

He Isn’t Perfect

Bryan doesn’t have a completely squeaky clean past. In March, Radar Online revealed that Bryan was once accused of false medical documentation. The site reported that he, along with other unnamed doctors, were sued by All State Insurance Company in March 2016.

The complaint accused Bryan of submitting fraudulent medical bills, records and invoices as part of a “comprehensive insurance fraud scheme designed to obtain payments from All State for treatment that was never rendered.” He was also accused of also referring patients for MRIS that were not deemed not medically necessary. Bryan and the other defendants denied the claims and the case was dismissed earlier this year.

He’s A Hard Worker

Bryan frequently posts Instagram photos of his day-to-day life working as a chiropractor. He recently celebrated staff appreciation day at work and even gave a special shoutout to one of his employees on Instagram. His staff reciprocated the honor by celebrating his birthday in the office. 

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He Has A Good Dating Reputation

Bryan’s ex-girlfriend Genavieve Boué had nothing but kind things to say about her former flame. Genevieve told Life & Style Magazine she thinks “The Bachelorette” star is a catch.

"He’s a really good guy. I could see why Rachel would like him," she said. "He’s what he describes himself to be, a go-getter. We had really good dates.”

She continued, “He deserves his chance. I believe he’s there for the right reasons. He’s really close to his family. He’s just a really good guy. He may be portrayed one way on television, but that’s not how he should be portrayed.”

Watch Bryan on “The Bachelorette” Mondays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.