"Just me being excited to perform for him, and him to see a different side of me that we don't get to share with each other every day," she shared. And then this last week has been, honestly, like a dream come true."
Beyond Dancing with the Stars, Windey is excited to start doing everyday activities with the real estate analyst after going public with their engagement on the Bachelorette finale last week.
"I think he wants to take me to a dinner, which same, I love to eat!" the ICU nurse said. "But I also can't wait to go to the beach and just walk to breakfast — all the mundane things about life that are more fun with somebody by your side."
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