Clare Crawley and Dale Moss react to Tayshia Adams’ ‘Bachelorette’ finale

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Clare Crawley and fiancé Dale Moss have nothing but love for “Bachelorette” Tayshia Adams.

On Tuesday, Adams wrapped her “Bachelorette” journey by accepting a marriage proposal from Zac Clark, a 36-year-old addiction-recovery specialist from New Jersey. Both Crawley and Moss wished the couple well on Instagram.

“It’s official! Zac and Tayshia — congratulations,” Moss, 32, posted to his Instagram story (via People).

Moss, a 32-year-old former NFL pro, got engaged to Crawley, 39, early in Season 16, with Adams, 30, later stepping in as the replacement “Bachelorette.”

Prior to the finale, Crawley said she hoped Adams, who was previously married, “finds happiness.”

“Everybody is so deserving of it, and I really do hope she finds her person and she has the beginning of an amazing love story,” Crawley said Tuesday in an Instagram story.

Adams said goodbye to finalists Ben Smith and Ivan Hall during Tuesday’s finale. Adams and Hall, a 28-year-old aeronautical engineer, had differing opinions about faith.

Clark popped the question to Adams in the show’s final minutes, presenting her with a 3.25-carat Neil Lane engagement ring.

“Nothing has ever felt so right in my entire life. I love you, Tayshia. We spoke of the importance of loyalty, and I will always be loyal to you,” Clark said during Tuesday’s episode.

On Wednesday, the newly engaged couple revealed on “Good Morning America” they’ll be spending the holidays in New York, with Adams noting she plans to become bi-coastal.

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