The Bachelor's Lindsay Yenter is a glass half-full kind of girl.
Though Sean Lowe broke up with her in Thailand and proposed to Catherine Guidici on the ABC reality hit's finale, runner-up Lindsay exclusively tells E! News, "I'm really happy for them."
But has Lindsay already moved on from Sean? We chatted with the Bachelor fan favorite about her new romance and what's next for her! Plus, what does she think of Sean and Catherine's decision to get married on TV?
"I am really content in how everything ended," Lindsay tells us. "I'm really happy for them and I'm really happy about where I'm at right now. I have such a great support system and I'm dating, so it is all really good things. At first coming home from Thailand was hard, I was heartbroken, but after a lot of prayer I realized that everything happened that was supposed to happen."
Yes, it seems Lindsay has already moved on from Sean with a new guy! So who is the 25-year-old dating? Well, she's not ready to shine a spotlight on her new romance just yet. "I do have my eye on somebody, but I would like to keep it private for right now. It's a recent relationship, but I'm not really ready to go public with it yet," she explains.
During the After the Rose special, Sean and Catherine revealed that their wedding would be televised on ABC, a decision Lindsay totally supports. "I am really excited for them. I am so excited to watch their whole wedding unfold on TV," she says. "I wish them nothing but the best. In the end, I was a part of two people falling in love, and I don't regret being a part of it."
Lindsay adds, "Sean is such a great guy and I want him to be happy and I want him to find love. In a weird sick way, I am really happy for them, because when it comes down to it I want him to work things out with Catherine. And if it wasn't going to be with me, I am glad he is with her."
Though she's originally from North Carolina, Lindsay has decided to stay in California, revealing to us she's already landed a new job: The former substitute teacher just started working in her own classroom at a Montessori school in Irvine, Calif.!
"I've already started teaching. I really, really love it," Lindsay gushes. "I love working with all the young children."
Looking ahead, Lindsay says, "I hope to continue teaching and find Mr. Right and have a family. I want a normal life, I really enjoyed this opportunity, but I am just a normal girl who wants to have a family and a great marriage."
As for the show being over and the truth finally out there, she says, "It feels good. I am glad that everything is out and I can just move on with my life. I can just enjoy the normalcy of not being able to hide anymore."
—Reporting by Baker Machado