Hebert spent the past few months searching for love with 25 bachelors on Season 7, and she narrowed it down to two men: J.P. Rosenbaum, a 34-year-old construction manager from New York City, and Ben Flajnik, a 28-year-old winemaker from California.
In the end, Hebert offered her final rose to Rosenbaum, who had proposed with a Neil Lane engagement ring. The two sealed the engagement with a kiss, on a beach in picturesque Fiji.
During the episode, both Rosenbaum and Flajnik met Hebert's family.
The drama started when Hebert's sister, Chrystie, told Hebert she didn't see Rosenbaum as a good fit. The two sisters argued and Rosenbaum was given a laundry list of reasons why Chrystie thought he wasn't right for Hebert.
When Flajnik met the family the following day, tension was still in the air but he won over Chrystie with his charm. For their final date Flajnik and Hebert took a romantic helicopter ride over Fiji.
Hebert, a 27-year-old dental student from Maine, placed third on the 15th season of the ABC dating show "The Bachelor" and was brought back to the reality world to become the seventh season bachelorette.