Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan dating, ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ alum Clay Harbor confirms
It’s official. Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan are dating.
That’s according to “Bachelor in Paradise” alum and close pal, Clay Harbor.
The reality star, 32, appeared to accidentally spill the tea earlier this week during an Instagram Live with fellow “Paradise” star Chris Randone.
“I’ve met Kelley because she’s from Chicago,” Harbor, who also lives in the Windy City, shared.
“Homegirl’s dating Peter, right?” Randone, 32, then asked, referring to Flanagan.
Without hesitation, Harbor responded, “Yes. I’ll talk more about that in a second. We’ll talk more about that in second.”
On March 25, Weber and Flanagan sparked rumors they were dating when they were spotted hanging out in Chicago amid the coronavirus pandemic, raising questions about whether the pair were in quarantine together.
Harbor appears to be a reliable insider because he and “Bachelorette” alum Dustin Kendrick were seen going on a walk with Weber and Flanagan during this same outing.
In photos snapped during the outing, Weber, 28, was seen throwing Flanagan over his shoulder, which further fueled rumors that their relationship was romantic and flirtatious, not just friendly.
On Thursday, Kendrick shared a TikTok video of him, Weber, and Flanagan doing the “Flip the Switch” challenge, in which they all swap clothes.
At first, Bachelor Nation was surprised to see Weber hanging out again with Flanagan since he had eliminated the Chicago-based lawyer on Week 7 of “The Bachelor.”
The pilot had also gotten engaged to contestant Hannah Ann Sluss in the “Bachelor” finale, only to call it off to declare his love for runner-up Madison Prewett. He and Prewett broke up just a few days after the season wrapped.
Fans have been critical of Weber and Flanagan’s rumored relationship.
One member of Bachelor Nation commented, “Peter thought we all loved Kelley enough to forgive him if he got with her. WRONG, now we just don’t like either of them.”
Another wrote, “I give these max 6 months.”
Weber and Flanagan could not immediately be reached for comment.
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