‘The Bachelor’: Peter Weber Says Madison Prewett Realized During Filming She Doesn’t ‘Need Someone Like Her Dad’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Madison Prewett and Peter Weber

Peter Weber’s Bachelor finale ended with him and Madison Prewett seemingly collectively. But a few days later, they introduced that they’d not be pursuing a relationship collectively. Their reasoning? They have been simply too completely different.

Prewett’s obtained some criticism from followers of the present saying she shouldn’t have gone on realizing that Weber was the bachelor. Their priorities and existence are clearly very completely different.

Madison Prewett and Peter Weber | John Fleenor via Getty Images
Madison Prewett and Peter Weber | John Fleenor through Getty Images

During a current interview on The Viall Files, former bachelor Nick Viall requested Weber if he thought it was truthful that Prewett went on the present.

“Listen, I’ll tell you this, I’m thankful that she did. I really am. I’m happy that she did, in the end, even through all this. Everything that I’ve learned from her and our relationship, I’ll forever be grateful for that,” he stated.

The pilot stated that he’s “heard that criticism about her” and that the previous couple has “talk[ed] about that.”

Why Madison Prewett went on ‘The Bachelor,’ in accordance with Peter Weber

“She wasn’t the one who initially signed herself up. She had some family friends who signed herself up. And then, for her, it was like a ‘Why not?’ kind of situation. ‘This seems like a great opportunity. Why not? Maybe this’ll work for me. Maybe it couldn’t,’” he defined.

Weber stated he requested Prewett why she thought they may work given his notorious background. He stated she advised him that his previous didn’t assure his future. Maybe he may change.

“I remember bringing up that question to her like, ‘Listen. You knew the kind of guy that I was. There’s no secret of that with the windmill stuff. Why did you feel like this would be a good idea for me specifically?’ And she was like, ‘I hate when people say that because your past doesn’t necessarily define you, what you’re gonna be in your future.’ These are her words: ‘Yeah I can’t control what your past was but if it were to just be the two of us in the end, like, I’m OK with that. I didn’t need someone that was just like me and had my exact same beliefs,’” he stated.

Madison realized being with somebody ‘different’ could possibly be a very good factor

Weber says that Prewett advised him she’d all the time wished to be with somebody like her father. But after attending to know Weber, she realized it could possibly be good to be with somebody “a little bit different.”

“She thought, at first, she wanted someone like her dad that was very strong in his faith. Just someone more like her dad. And what she realized going through the show was that she doesn’t need someone like her dad. She is very similar to her dad. And it could actually be good to have someone a little bit different. And she told me she had dated people who were very similar to her and that didn’t work out,” he stated.

Weber says he doesn’t know “who the perfect match for Madison is,” however he is aware of their emotions for one another have been “real.”

“I know what we had in our relationship was real and I know that both of us know that we are not compatible with each other and we’re not right for each other. I have 100% clarity in that now. But that doesn’t change how we did feel for each other,” he stated.

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