“Madi and I have mutually decided to not pursue our relationship any further,” He wrote in an Instagram caption on Friday, March 13. “Believe me this was not easy for either of us to be ok with, but after a lot of honest conversations, we have agreed that this is what makes most sense for the two of us. The love and respect I have for Madi will continue to endure.”
Prewett also took to the platform to address the split. “As Peter and I have decided to go our separate ways, I am confident that we will both move in the direction of our purpose and never forget that God has a plan in all things,” she wrote. “I will always love and respect him,” she wrote. “I am convinced our paths were meant to cross and we are both better because they did. @pilot_pete you are an amazing guy and I’m thankful for you. I will always be your biggest fan.”
But these two weren’t only ones hitting up the ‘gram today. Peter’s mom, Barbara Weber—who repeatedly expressed disdain for Peter’s final choice on live, national television—also posted a cryptic, shady post on social media. In the video, Barb sings John Denver’s “Leaving on a Jet Plane,” with two of her friends. “Love you guys,” she captioned the post.
After telling host Chris Harrison, in no uncertain terms, that “[Peter] has to fail to succeed,” and that “all his friends, all his family, everyone that knows him knows that it’s not going to work,” Barb doubled-down on her views after the cameras stopped rolling. “There’s nothing for me to apologize for,” she told Life & Style on March 12.
Barb may have gotten exactly what she wanted, but Harrison has since described her relationship with Peter as “damaged” in a candid interview with Glamour. It looks like there were no real winners here. Except for, maybe, Hannah Ann.