"Bachelorette" star Desiree Hartsock is currently filming her season of the reality show, but described her perfect man in a recent interview. Speculations have already surfaced about who Hartsock may choose to be in the final four of her season, even though it hasn't premiered yet.
"I like someone who's spontaneous and adventurous and enjoys every aspect of life," Hartsock told People. "And not to get too serious, but someone who could be my best friend and be a support system, someone who I can see as the father of my kids."
Hartsock, 26, does not have any children but said that she "really does want a family." Family is incredibly important to the newest "Bachelorette," who has seen her parents' relationship as a healthy ideal to model.
"My parents have been together 40 years and married for 35. My dad has her back no matter what, and she's so affectionate to him. They act like they are 16," Hartsock gushed. One of the things that would put the brakes on a relationship is a man "who is selfish and doesn't want kids," she added.
"I'm not going to lie. I have a great group of guys. Luckily, I know how [the first night] is, so I empathized with them and their nerves," Hartsock said of the initial meeting, which took place in March.
The series is set to premiere on May 27 on ABC, but spoilers have already leaked and suggested who made it all the way to the final four. According to reality-TV aficionado Reality Steve, those final four are Brooks Forester, Zac Waddell, Drew Kenney and Chris Siegfried.
Of course, nothing has been confirmed, but there are plenty of rumors and spoilers around the internet for those who can't wait to see who Hartsock chooses to be her one and only.
On May 21, ABC will air a "Bachelor/Bachelorette" special: the funniest moments of all time. After 25 seasons, there should be plenty of footage available.
Hartsock's season will first air on Monday, May 27, on ABC.