I guess there’s no better time to bond with parents than after they publicly scold you on national TV for dating a girl they don’t like. Personally, if I was locked in with my parents barely a week after they actively clapped when my ex tore me a new one on live TV, there would be a lot of fighting involved. But, like Weber made clear in an Instagram Story last Friday, March 13, there’s no bad blood.
Rumors of a rift between Weber and his mom spread immediately after the After the Final Rose ceremony aired, with Chris Harrison confirming to Glamour that their relationship had been “damaged.” However, the pilot—who split from Madison Prewett just a few days later—shut down those theories on social media, by referring to the headlines as “fake news” and featuring his mom in a post.
Now, the family reportedly continues to hang out amid the coronavirus pandemic. “This time of quarantine is bringing the Weber family closer than ever before,” a source told Us Weekly on March 19. “They are using this time together to bond. During isolation, Peter and his family have been watching movies, playing board games, and cooking together.” Barb, is that you? Are you the source? (Kidding.)
Perhaps Barb is happy thanks to a recent report that her son and Prewett never technically dated after she left The Bachelor. “They were never really back together,” a source told People. “They just realized they couldn’t make it work.”
Meanwhile, the rest of Bachelor Nation has their own quarantine hangs going. Prewett recently spent a day playing board games and looking happy with Selena Gomez. Then, news surfaced that Peter Weber’s ex and former Bachelorette, Hannah Brown, flew to Jupiter, Florida to isolate herself with her season’s favorite contestant, Tyler Cameron. They’ve been TikToking ever since.
Honestly, all of these coronavirus quarantines sound much more active than mine.