Spoiler alert! Does season 20 Bachelorette Charity Lawson find her happily ever after and accept a Neil Lane diamond engagement ring when she hands out her final rose in season 20?

Does Charity Lawson Get Engaged on ‘The Bachelorette’?

While Charity originally said accepting a wedding proposal was her goal when starting the season, she changed her mind as time went on.

“I was 100 percent set on an engagement coming into it,” the Georgia native told People. “But we know that this is such an expedited process, so it’s like, wait a second. I really am connecting with this person, but if this is someone that I genuinely love, it’s also okay if we leave here in a relationship and also making sense of what would be the best case scenario for the both of us.”

Charity explained that viewers will see her go back and forth on whether or not an engagement was the “end all, be all,” telling the publication, “You see me waiver with that.”

It all comes down to the wire when she decides if she wants to accept a marriage proposal. “I thought I had a feeling of where things were going to go, but what’s so crazy is in something as wild as this experience, I have learned that anything can change in a matter of a day, hours,” Charity continued. “It was something that I had to really wait out until till the end to be 100 percent certain with myself.”

During the August 21 season finale, Charity got engaged to Dotun Oldbeko. 

“You have made me feel alive,” she told Dotun while giving him her final rose. “You’ve made me believe in love again. You’ve made me feel so valued and so seen. And so, Dotun, when I stand here in this moment, I want a forever future with you. I see you as my husband. I see you as my future. I see it so clearly. I don’t have any doubts. I don’t question it.”

Dotun then got down on one knee and proposed to Charity. 

Who Is Charity Lawson’s Final Pick on ‘The Bachelorette’?

While the season finale is still days away, spoilers have leaked that seemingly prove Charity accepted a proposal and gets engaged at the end of her season. The child and family therapist is thrilled with the outcome, host Jesse Palmer exclusively told Life & Style. He revealed it was “safe to say” Charity is “extremely happy at this point.”

“Whatever that means, people will have to tune in and find out,” the Ontario native said. “I am obviously a massive fan of Charity, much like I know a lot of people out there are in Bachelor Nation after watching her season with Zach [Shallcross]. So, getting a chance to host this show alongside an amazing woman was really, really special.”

Charity ultimately accepted a proposal from Dotun, according to Reality Steve. Social media blogger Bachelor Nation Scoop further confirmed the news after a photo of Dotun proposing to Charity surfaced online on August 18, three days ahead of the finale.

Who Are Charity Lawson’s Final Four Contestants?

Show spoiler Reality Steve previously reported that, in addition to Dotun, Charity salesman Aaron Bryant, biomedical scientist Xavier Bonner and tennis pro Joey Graziadei as her final four contestants.

Aaron made it to Charity’s final three but did not win her final rose. He’s appearing on the upcoming Bachelor in Paradise Season 9, but Reality Steve confirmed he got as far as having a Fantasy Suite date.“ I think it’s safe to say Aaron did not win,” he said in a May 2023 podcast episode, adding, “In fact, I will say it: Aaron didn’t win.”