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“Golden Bachelor” Fan Favorites Return to Give Joey Graziadei's Finalists Sweet 'Old Lady Advice' (Exclusive)

“Golden Bachelor” Fan Favorites Return to Give Joey Graziadei's Finalists Sweet 'Old Lady Advice' (Exclusive)

Leslie Fhima, Sandra Mason and Susan Noles meet up with Kelsey A., Daisy and Rachel in PEOPLE's exclusive look at Monday's episode of 'The Bachelor'

Joey Graziadei's three finalists — Daisy Kent, Kelsey Anderson and Rachel Nance — are getting some golden advice ahead of Fantasy Suites!

In PEOPLE's exclusive sneak peek at Monday’s episode of The Bachelor, The Golden Bachelor alums Leslie Fhima, Sandra Mason and Susan Noles meet up with Daisy, 25, Kelsey A., 25, and Rachel, 26, to offer some insight as women who have been in their positions before.

“Can you look at a future with him?” Susan, 67, asks Rachel in the clip.

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The nurse answers Susan honestly.

“I think admitting it out loud is so scary to say,” she tells Susan, who officiated Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist’s Golden Wedding. “But it’s OK. I think I need to let myself be OK with that.”

<p>Disney/ABC</p> 'The Golden Bachelor' contestants (from left) Susan Noles, Leslie Fhima and Sandra Mason

Disney/ABC

'The Golden Bachelor' contestants (from left) Susan Noles, Leslie Fhima and Sandra Mason

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Rachel says in an on-camera interview that she found Susan to be “such a welcoming presence.”

Next, Gerry’s runner-up Leslie, 65, chats with Kelsey.

“When I look at Kelsey, I see myself in her,” Leslie tells the cameras. “I know what it feels like to be hopeful for the future.”

Leslie starts by asking Kelsey, “Are you having a good time?”

The junior project manager has only positive things to say about her time with Joey, 28.

<p>Jan Thijs/Disney</p> Kelsey A. and Bachelor Joey Graziadei

Jan Thijs/Disney

Kelsey A. and Bachelor Joey Graziadei

“Since the beginning, things just feel right with him,” Kelsey tells Leslie.

Similarly, Sandra, 75, asks Daisy, “How are you feeling right now?”

Daisy admits she feels “a bit nervous.”

“Be open. It’s the relationship you develop with him,” Sandra advises. “I’m just giving you old lady advice. No, no, excuse me. Not old lady advice — golden lady.”

“I do feel better,” Daisy says.

<p>Disney/John Fleenor</p> Bachelor Joey Graziadei and Daisy

Disney/John Fleenor

Bachelor Joey Graziadei and Daisy

During hometowns, Joey said goodbye to Maria after she waited until the last minute to tell him how she felt. “I told you I can see myself falling in love with you and the thing is, I can’t, because, like, I am falling in love with you,” Maria, 29, said to Joey just ahead of the rose ceremony.

But Joey had made up his mind, and the executive assistant didn’t receive a rose.

“We’ve had a bumpy road, but you know I fought for you every time and I’ve chosen us,” Joey told Maria when he walked her out. “And I’ve tried everything in my power to get to the point of continuing to see a future. And I went into hometowns with you very open and ready to see what came next. And you said everything I needed to hear.”

Maria recognized that she gave too little, too late.

“It makes me sad because it’s like, Joey was everything that I’ve always wanted and it doesn’t come often where I feel this way,” she told the cameras. “But I should have told him how I felt a lot sooner than I did and that’s my biggest regret.”

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The tennis pro previously told PEOPLE that he doesn’t look back on his season thinking about what he would’ve done differently. “I'm really a guy that tries as much as possible not to live with any regrets,” he said.

And viewers can anticipate seeing him tackling serious subject matter with his finalists as his Bachelor journey comes to a close: “Those are a lot of the conversations I think people can expect — talking about family, talking about your real emotions, talking about if you can really see this at the end of the day.”

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