Clare Crawley And Dale Moss Make Their Love Instagram Official

At this point, absolutely no one is shocked that Clare Crawley finished up her season of The Bachelorette early so she could walk away with Dale Moss, her clear favorite from the first episode. In Clare's final episode, which aired Nov. 5, 2020, Clare and Dale finally had their first date, which included an overnight, as per USA Today. Then, host Chris Harrison called Neil Lane to get some engagement ring options. Dale dropped down on one knee, popped the question to Clare, and she said "yes," of course. She couldn't be happier. He seems blissfully happy. The other guys were in total disbelief by Clare abandoning her own season, but now they'll get to know Tayshia Adams, the new Bachelorette lead. Ultimately, it seems like a win-win situation for most people. 

Now, Clare and Dale can live their lives without being secretive — not that this ending wasn't spoiled anyway. But, nevertheless, it's officially official. Clare has a Neil Lane diamond ring on her finger. She already mentioned that she likes the sound of "Clare Moss." And now, Clare and Dale are Instagram official.

Bachelor alums supported Clare Crawley and Dale Moss on Instagram

Now that the cat is out of the bag (officially), Clare Crawley and Dale Moss followed each other on Instagram. They also gushed about their love in Instagram posts. Clare shared some photos from the proposal and wrote "It's official!! Love wins!!!! I love you @dalemoss13 !!!!" In response, Bachelor fan favorites showed support. Mike Johnson commented, "Love always wins!!! Congrats." Raven Gates wrote, "Happy for you Clare!!!" along with some red heart emojis. Arie Luyendyk Jr., who knows what it's like to find love after an unconventional finale, wrote, "Congrats to you two!! Love does win." 

Former Bachelorette lead JoJo Fletcher told Clare, "You stayed true to yourself and it paid off! We are proud of you!" Olivia Caridi held down the caps lock key, writing, "YAYAYAYA IM JUST SO STINKING HAPPY FOR YOU." Bachelor host Chris Harrison said the couple has "all [his] love and support." Even Clare's ex-fiancé Benoit Beauséjour-Savard had a supportive comment. He wrote, "You deserve all the love and happiness!! Happy for you two."

Dale also shared photos from their engagement, promising, "Never a point I won't show up for you @clarecrawley," which was a sweet need to Clare's vocalized desire to have a man who "shows up" for her. 

Sure, this season rubbed some fans the wrong way, but Clare and Dale seem happy, Bachelor alums approve, and we still get to see Tayshia Adams. The glass is more than half-full here.