Whitney Bischoff Engagement Ring: Did 'Bachelor' Chris Soules Pick This 1.5 Ct. Stunner For His Bride-To-Be?

Bachelor Chris Soules is rumored to give Whitney Bischoff his final rose on Monday night's season finale. The handsome farmer from Arlington, Iowa, is expected to get down on one knee and propose to the perky fertility nurse, presenting her with an enormous Neil Lane engagement ring — one that Glamour says is an "emerald-cut center stone that clocks in around 1.5 carats."

Bachelor Chris Soules engagement ring

If that is the ring Chris picks, it is spectacular — as are all diamond engagement rings that the Bachelor winners receive, unless you're Juan Pablo Galavis. Known as the most hated Bachelor in the show's history, JP didn't give his final pick, Nikki Ferrell, a ring — just a disappointing "I like you, a lot."

Juan Pablo's lack of love aside, what about that ring? Glamour gave readers a sneak peek via an enlarged screen-grab (photo above) taken from the season finale preview. It appears from the photos that Chris needs a manicure, but the farmer does know how to pick out a ring, doesn't he?

"Looks like an east-west-set emerald-cut center stone... around 1.5 carats — in a double halo on a single-shank setting with more diamonds on the band."

Chris Soules revealed to People that he did find love on the Bachelor, so fans can expect to see a lot more than just an "I like you" from the Iowa farmer when he proposes. After he gets done crying about sending Becca home, there is no doubt that his proposal to Whitney will be a very happy and emotional made-for-TV moment.

There's always the chance that fans will find out that Reality Steve's spoilers are not true, and Becca is the lucky lady who will be sporting the big diamond ring on her finger. However, according to a previous report from the Inquisitr, Becca tells Chris' mother that she is not in love with Chris, so chances are the spoilers are spot-on this season.

Is the pricey ring and the promise of love, babies, and a happily ever after a fair trade-off for leaving her job in big city of Chicago for the tiny town of Arlington, Iowa? Could be, if the couple can maintain a relationship after the final rose is handed out.

Reality Steve states that he doesn't think that Chris and Whitney will make it to the altar, but perhaps they will make Bachelor history and become the second couple (Sean Lowe is the first) to tie the knot.

First things first, though. Chris will spend his days and nights practicing his dance moves on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars, something that will either enhance or hurt his relationship with his new fiancée.

Do you think this is the ring Chris picks for Whitney? More importantly, do you expect their relationship to last?

[Images: ABC, Glamour]