After eliminating more than two dozen girls, "The Bachelor" Chris Soules has narrowed down his search for love to two women --Whitney Bischoff and Becca Tilley -- and Monday's finale will see him possibly popping the question to one of them.
Based on the official synopsis, the final episode will have both Tilley and Bischoff meeting Soules' parents and from the looks of it, Bischoff might have better luck at convincing Prince Farming's parents to accept her as their daughter-in-law.
"Whitney wins over Chris' family with an emotional toast, but after she leaves, Chris confesses to his Dad his struggle of the heart. He explains how torn he is by strong feelings for both women and his heart is pulling him in two different directions," the ABC synopsis reads.
As for Tilley, she will have to work a bit to convince Soules' parents that she is ready to move to Arlington, Iowa to start a new life with the farmer.
Fans of the dating reality show who have been closely monitoring Reality Steve's spoilers will know that Bischoff manages to get the final rose from Soules, and reportedly, the two are even engaged. And according to Steve, the segment following the finale will be the highlight of Monday's special, as it promises to be a first in the "ATFR history."
While ABC hasn't revealed any clues as to what to expect in the "After the Final Rose" segment, some believe it could have something to do with the winner announcing her pregnancy.
In December 2014, Celeb Dirty Laundry reported that they've been hearing murmurs of Bischoff being pregnant with her first child.
"There have been whispers about Chris Soules getting Whitney Bischoff pregnant, which could mark a first in Bachelor history – the Bachelor getting his fiance pregnant within months of filming the show," the report said.
Besides the shocking revelation, in all likelihood fans will also get to see Soules and Bischoff talking about their wedding plans in the "After the Final Rose" segment. The 33-year-old Iowa farmer earlier told Reality TV World that he would like to have a summer wedding on the farm.
"Sometime in August… We'd spend all the money to remodel one of the barns. Everyone would get crazy and celebrate falling in love," Soules said.