"I don't think anyone can fully appreciate the challenges that come with it until they're a part of it...until you live it and until you experience it and until you feel it, it's something quite different".
The previous episode saw the 36-year-old Nick Viall play host to former bachelorette Andi Dorfman, who also happens to be the same woman who broke his heart on national television a couple of years back.
'I do love you, ' she announced.
Nick took Rachel cross-country skiing to a reindeer pen.
Making this seem like Nick's most hard goodbye of the season so far, still crying, he told her, "You're one of the most incredible women I've ever met in my life, just really lucky to have had you in my life". And yes, that was well before we all knew she wouldn't be getting engaged to Nick at the end of the season. Rachel called Nick "rare" for his openness, to which he replied, "I might be white, but I'm still a minority". Both of these women are incredibly popular and could have further options down the road for them, even if Rachel Lindsay is The Bachelorette this season and there is no opportunity for either one of them to secure that role in the immediate future. But while they talked about what they hoped to find in their partners, they seemed to be, as per usual, totally in sync with each other.
"You and I might have had a chance to meet". But at least he sat down with Rachel to explain himself.
Raven ended up confessing her love to Nick in Finland, saying, "Every step of the way, you've made it so easy for me to love you".
That night, Nick counseled Rachel on opening up and Rachel finally told him she is falling in love with him. Nick clearly had some real feelings for her, but he had to let someone go and his feelings for Vanessa and Raven were obviously a lot stronger.
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