After a dramatic season filled with drama, tears and lots of kissing, Chris Soules has given out his final rose.

"The Bachelor" went back and forth between fertility nurse Whitney Bischoff and chiropractic assistant Becca Tilley, but in the end, he chose ... WHITNEY! 

Watch the romantic proposal above.

The Iowa native (dubbed Prince Farming) went from 30 women to just two after bidding adieu to second runner-up Kaitlyn Bristowe. Despite the emotional final episode, Prince Farming seems to have met his match.

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Chris told Whitney he loved her, and added, "Everything about this moment feels right." He then dropped down to one knee and asked her to marry him with a stunning Neil Lane engagement ring. Her response: "Absolutely."

And for those of you who are wondering if their love is the real deal, the newly-engaged pair were still together on the live "After the Final Rose" special.

Whitney described herself as "the happiest girl in the entire world." She said she's just excited to be "normal" with Chris and not have to hide their engagement.

While there are no wedding plans yet, host Chris Harrison thinks Chris and his lady will get married down the road. "I believe they are good together. I believe they are in love," he told E!. "But I also believed that when Andi [Dorfman] and Josh [Murray] got engaged, they were full-on head-over-heels in love, and I would have bet my house on them. I wanted to believe in them."

"I felt the same thing about Ali [Fedotowsky] and Roberto [Martinez], and for some reason things didn't work out, and that's life, and we've all been there, and you have the best of intentions. Same thing with Chris," he added. "At the end of the show, he was in love with somebody, but what happens after that is life and now they have to deal with real world problems and real issues and that's the messy part."

"Everyone will say, ‘Good, bad, no matter what you think of all the choices he makes along the way, he left everything out on the field.' He really put his heart into this," Harrison declared. "He really put everything he had. He isn't a Juan Pablo. He wanted to walk away with a wife."

See how he let down Becca below:

The three-hour "Bachelor" finale ended with another big announcement: There will be two "Bachelorettes" next summer -- Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson.

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In a new twist, 25 men will have, in the words of Harrison, the "ultimate say about who they think would make the best wife."

It's not completely clear how this will work, but it seems that only one woman will be around in the finale to hand out a rose. We'll see who finds love when "The Bachelorette" begins its 11th season on May 18.

What do you think of the "Bachelorette" shakeup? Were you surprised by Chris' pick? Tell toofab in the comment section below, and watch the final rose ceremony above!

Click "Launch Gallery" above to see your favorite "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" couples, after the show.

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