Whitney Bischoff is only 29 years old, but the Chicago fertility nurse revealed that she froze her eggs prior to meeting fiance Chris Soules on The Bachelor.
Will she even need 'em now that she's engaged to Prince Farming?
According to Whitney Bischoff, she did this at 27 ... because why not.
"I just felt it would be silly for me not to take the opportunity when it was handed to me," she said, and there's no denying that she had access to the tools.
The Kentucky native explained that her job influenced her choice.
"We're seeing it every single day first-hand and you hear a patient say, 'I just wish I would've known. I wish someone would've told me,'" Bischoff said.
"I would tell any woman to do it. I feel like by just taking the lead and taking control of my body and my fertility, it checked off a lot of boxes for me."
"It's an insurance policy. The hope is that you don't have to use them, you know?" Whitney adds, logically. "That's the whole point of an insurance policy."
"I mean, I think it's kind of expected because of what I do for work."
It's true, and hopefully those efforts will soon be all for naught.
Whitney and Chris Soules have been talking about having babies since they met on The Bachelor, and he even got a tour of her work with IVF patients.
Bischoff is set to marry Soules in the near future, and despite rumors of strife behind closed doors, gushes that her heart is full and her vibes are positive.
"I just was smitten over him," she said. "I mean, I think that he just was a very genuine, sweet guy that America fell in love with."
"And then I did too. I'm a lucky lady."
All together now ... AWWW.