“I’m extremely happy. It feels so good to be able to say that, and I’m just very hopeful for the future,” Weber told Chris Harrison on Monday’s “The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons — Ever,” before bringing in Flanagan. “This is my girl.”
“It’s been crazy, but I’m very, very happy with this one,” he added.
The couple confirmed they were dating in April, a month after Weber’s wild finale that included him dumping Hannah Ann Sluss to reconcile with Madison Prewett, of which his mom, Barb, did not approve. Weber and Prewett split two days later, and two weeks later, the pilot was spotted in Flanagan’s hometown of Chicago.
They’ve since switched quarantine locations to Los Angeles,
“After I go through something big in life — like a breakup, a transition, a move, a change, anything like that — I really try and take time to make sure my heart is in the best place,” Prewett told “Elite Daily.” “That my heart, mind, and body are all healthy. I take time to really get back to the best version of myself and make sure I’m in a great place. So honestly, I really haven’t even considered dates or anything like that.”
Of course, this is not exactly the optimal time to be dating anyway with quarantine and social distancing in place, but she’s not into virtual meetups or swiping right either. “Anybody who’s asked, I’ve just been like, ‘Look,
“I’ve got to say as a Bachelor, I feel like you’re almost set up to fail. It’s, like, a recipe for disaster. So if there is a normal happy ending, like a Sean Lowe, Catherine [Giudici] ending, you’re almost surprised,” Luyendyk told “Us Weekly” (watch below), referring to the only Bachelor who married his final pick. “It’s hard to comment on [Weber] because people commented on our season, but if you’re not there and not in the situation,
In a Cameo message wishing a fan, Sage, a happy 16th birthday, Weber gave her the “inside scoop” on why he “ultimately picked Kelley.”
“To be completely honest, I think just the nature of the show definitely works and I’ve said that since Day 1. I still believe it works, but I think specifically for the type of relationship between, you know, Kelley and myself just wasn’t the most organic type of situation for us that was going to actually work,” Weber explained. “And that’s Ok. That’s totally Ok because each relationship is different.”
The 28-year-old recalled
“You caught me. Let the adventure begin,” the pilot posted Saturday along with a photo of himself kissing his new girlfriend in the cockpit.
The best part about this is that Weber’s post came after his mom Barbara posted her own Instagram tribute to the couple, a collage that even included a rose. “Serendipity,” she wrote. You know she had that ready to go for the last six weeks.
See ‘The Bachelor’s Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan are officially dating, so file this under ‘News That Surprised No One’
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“Peter and Kelley are fully dating, but they aren’t admitting it to people,” a source told the magazine. Meanwhile, an insider (the same one?) also confirmed to “People” that the two “are a couple.”
We know, completely shocking. Who would’ve guessed after they frolicked along the Chicago Riverwalk during a pandemic, started quarantining together and posting flirty TikToks, right? According to “Us Weekly,” the pair is trying to keep their relationship on the down-low because of their social distancing faux pas last month.
“[Flanagan] has been much more careful and has been staying in her house ever since her incident with Peter while walking on the Riverwalk in Chicago and doesn’t want to be criticized all over the internet,
The former Bachelor brought up Prewett’s interview on Kaitlyn Bristowe‘s “Off the Vine” podcast last week — her first since the “Bachelor” finale last month — in which she claimed that Peter Weber was texting her about reconciling days before he was photographed canoodling with fifth-place finisher Kelley Flanagan in Chicago. Weber responded in an comment on a “Bachelor” Instagram fan account: “you’d think you’d have a little more respect for this situation given we both know there’s more to the story.”
“We also know Madison to be a little bit of a liar. It’s true. People want to forget — I know
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