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Before The Bachelorette, Peter Kraus was the star of a little-known fashion film.

Fans of the 30-year-old personal trainer also know he was a model once upon a time, and he does not disappoint in the two-minute video titled "Mating Flight" from three years ago.

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Going shirtless and showing off his many tattoos, Peter can't keep his hands off stunning co-star Kara Davis in the video, as they model the Japanese jewelry line Lone Ones to the tune of "Post Blue" by Placebo.

"Mating Flight" for Lone Ones from WINTERSTONE on Vimeo.

Did we mention Peter was shirtless the whole time?

As expected, Bachelor fans on Reddit, who discovered the hidden gem, could not contain their excitement.

"Peter is like Hollywood A+++ list attractive. His beauty is too much for a cheesy reality show," one user wrote before another added, "Way too many shots of the girl and not nearly enough shots of that beautiful man."

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We wonder what Rachel Lindsay thinks of the film, as she prepares for her hometown date with the Wisconsin native.

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In a clip of next week's episode, we see Rachel talking to Peter's mom, and she reveals that Peter might not be ready to get down on one knee and pop the question.

"I started all of this because I feel what's missing is that family unit. My parents have been married for 38 years, I see my sister and her husband together… I want that," Rachel told his mom before asking if she thought Peter was ready for marriage.

"I think he is ready to start a family and to have somebody in his life to share all of these growth things with," she told an unimpressed Rachel. "Is it here's a ring and I want to propose to you? Not necessarily. It's commitment to a person and it may not be a marriage… yet!"

We'd settle for commitment with Peter, just saying.