Hannah Brown‘s journey to find love is almost over.
But before fans watch her hand out her last rose, The Bachelorette star thinks about her time in the show.
The Alabama resident went to Instagram just a few hours before the season finale to share a few photos of themselves with the producers and the crew – whom she lovingly called “the ultimate #BeastSquad.”
“Feel all the feelings because they kick me off your television, and it becomes real that these people should go to another rose dealer,” she wrote the sweet snapshots on Monday. “These brave souls have experienced it all. [They have seen] the collapses, the collapses, the breakthroughs and witnessed ‘beast mode’ that could never be broadcast on national television. I was a challenge. Somehow these people still love me and root for my happiness. “
While fans watched the reality star shed a few tears this season, she assured them that her well-being was always a priority.
“Regardless of what outsiders may think, my producers (and all the people behind this show, by the way) have done everything to make me shine, I am fulfilled and loved during this trip,” she continued. ‘Do they make entertaining television? Certainly – and they’re damn good at it. But I am grateful that they have always tried to place the human Hannah, not the single Hannah first. “
In addition, season 15 began with the lessons she learned from this experience.
“I have learned so much, and I am so grateful for this group of people who challenged, encouraged and gave me the opportunity to grow into the woman I have always been – and to be truly proud of THAT girl,” she wrote. “Thank you for seeing more in me than a friendly, southern beauty with a silly smile on her face.” She is gone.’
By the end of her position, Brown said a final goodbye to her team.
“I love you all,” she wrote. “(I should also say that I am sorry that I sometimes made you cry with my anger, and that I am always late. * But it was pretty nice right? You will miss me).”
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the ultimate #beastsquad feeling all the feels because they are about to kick me off your television, and it’s becoming real that these people have to move on to another rose handler. these brave souls have been through it y’all. they seen the breakdowns, the meltdowns, the breakthroughs, and witnessed “beast mode” that could never be aired on national television. I was challenging. somehow, these people still love me and root for my happiness. regardless of what any outsiders might think, my producers (and all the people behind this show for that matter) put everything into making sure I shine, I’m fulfilled, and loved during this journey. Do they make entertaining television? sure—and they’re damn good at it too. but I’m thankful they always tried to put the human Hannah, not the Bachelorette Hannah first. I’ve learned so so much and I’m so thankful for this group of humans who challenged me, encouraged me, and gave me the opportunities to grow into the woman I always have been—and to be really proud of THAT girl. Thanks for seeing more in me than a people pleasing, southern belle with a goofy smile plastered on her face. she gone. I love you all. (I also should say I’m sorry for making y’all cry sometimes with my fury, and for always being late. *however it was kinda fun right?—you’ll miss me.)
Jed Wyatt, Peter Weber and Tyler Cameron are her last three suitors. Fans can watch the final on Monday and Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.