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‘The Bachelorette’: Gabby and Rachel talk the low points of their journey, reveal whether they’re happy today (exclusive)

Gabby Windy and Rachel Rachia’s journey of love was not always easy. ET’s Lauren Zima spoke to The Bacheloretteleading ladies on Tuesday, and he revealed that, while filming his season, he had his biggest moments of self-doubt at the same time.

The season preview, which aired at the end of Monday’s premiere, teased the tumultuous journey to come, with one woman expressing, “I’m such a failure as a Bachelorette. I don’t want to do that anymore.” . I would rather be alone. I am not ready. Why did they choose me to do this?”

That feeling, Rachel told ET, she was feeling at some point during “every single episode.”

“The ups and downs of the whole trip are so crazy. It’s never linear. It’s great and it’s bad. It feels like you’re going back and forth every day,” she said. “It’s a struggle, but it’s worth it.”

Meanwhile, Gabby said her most self-doubting moment happened “really quickly.”

“It was probably [to do] With the new format and just wondering how we’re going to do this and if it’s actually working,” she said of the franchise with a two-season-long lead for the first time. “It’s overwhelming. With this comes a lot of responsibility. You want to take care of these people.”

To combat those feelings, Gabby “had to do so much self-reflection.”

,[I questioned,] ‘Am I getting weak enough? Do I have enough confidence? Am I letting myself get into my head? What’s stopping me?’ [I was] just constantly reevaluating myself and [asking,] ‘How can I be better?'” she shared. “You have to drop all your layers to fall in love in a very short amount of time.”

During all those ups and downs, Gabby and Rachel leaned on each other, even as some of the feelings stemmed from having a boyfriend more like one of them than the other.

“This is what is expected,” Gabby said. “It’s the logistics of navigating two Bachelorettes. We are different, and we have many different strengths and weaknesses.”

“We knew going into it was going to be a mutual decision. Me and Gabby can choose whoever they want, but it has to be a [mutual] Decisions,” Rachel said.

The potential for drama also arose when women were attracted to some of the same boys.

“There are 32 really good looking men, of course we’re going to think that some of those guys are attractive,” Rachel said. “… for us, the really big thing was open communication. We knew there would be a point where we would have to talk and make big decisions, so people would see us in real time to see what to do. And what decisions to make.” are the ones.”

“I think we’re also very different, and I think we naturally gravitate toward different people,” Gabby said. “Of course there’s going to be some overlap … but I think we’re just looking for two different things.”

What they’re looking for in a partner, Rachel said that she and Gabby both wanted “someone who is loyal and helpful, but someone who can laugh with us as well,” noting, “I think That we’re really looking for personality and to see who we connect with.”

“Similarly, some kind of emotional intelligence. Have you tried to get to know yourself? Who are you in a relationship?” Gabby added. “Humor is big. I like to be in it, to talk, so I need someone who can match that. And someone, honestly, who is at one point in their life that they want to commit to.” are ready.”

Both women had a positive night out with several men, but eventually landed on one lucky man for their first impression. For Rachel, that man was Tino, a general contractor.

“Right off the bat, I felt a connection with him,” she told ET. “He was my type and he brought me up the stairs, which was a big moment for me last season, crying on the stairs. I thought it was a funny moment, and then we had a kiss. It just felt like Kind of the right decision, even though it was hard.”

Meanwhile, Gabby opts to hand her first rose to Mario, a personal trainer.

“The most I’ve learned about myself in dating is that now I’m more ready than ever to be with someone. Half the battle is finding someone to commit or have something to do with my life.” That’s in part. The way Mario led the conversation, I knew he was really trying to try and meet his partner,” Gabby explained of her decision. “He was so big to me, especially this time. And then when he kissed me, [it] The deal has just been sealed.”

As their season continues, Gabby said viewers will see “a lot of trial and error” while she and Rachel try to figure out how to date the same guy.

Gabby quipped, “You’ll see two different love stories and two journeys because we can’t get engaged to the same man.” “… our two journeys are going to be very different, the way we love people is different, the way we are is different, so I guess it’s just going to be two different journeys. I think it will be fun for people to see.”

Rachel said that even with all the “drama” and “tears” to come, the experience was worth it in the end.

“We were making mistakes. Everyone was making mistakes. It’s the first time. But we just learned through it and things turn out as they should. We’re really happy,” she said. “…I think we both really relied on how we were feeling and really just got on with it.”

Above all, Gabby said, she and Rachel were “very lucky to have each other.”

“It was a kind of support going through the process simultaneously, and then a whole [type of support] Looking back at it and going through all these new experiences,” she said, with Rachel adding that she and her co-head “have a really good bond.”

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