After Kristian confirms she's in love with Demi at the final commitment ceremony, she apologises for their past, before going on to say, “Like you said I came here to find myself but I found myself in you.”
The two briefly embrace before Demi says, "I love you so much and I'm so in love with you and I didn't even know it was possible to feel this way about someone." She then walks over to a hidden ring and gets down on one knee to ask Kristian to marry her.
Before you ask, yes, they're still happily engaged (Australia, we could really learn a thing or two from the US in this department) and watched the finale together cuddled up on the couch and surrounded by friends. Someone pass the damn tissues.
Of course, this isn't the first brilliant same-sex moment on The Bachelor franchise. Last year, two contestants on Bachelor Vietnam made headlines worldwide when they left the show in the middle of a rose ceremony to be with each other. When she was given a rose, frontrunner Minh Thu confessed her love for fellow contestant Truc Nhu, telling her to “come home with me” and breaking the Bachelor's heart in the process.