Peter Weber is ready to move forward with his life after his breakup from Kelley Flanagan.
The former “Bachelor” star, 29, was spotted walking his dog in Los Angeles on Monday and admitted it’s a “tough time,” but he’s “excited” for his upcoming move to New York City.
“It hurts,” he said. “That’s part of it, but I’ll always have an incredible amount of love in my heart for Kelley, so there’s no hard feelings there.”
Weber also said, “It’s obviously a tough time for both of us, but just gotta stay strong and look forward to the future, you know?”
Weber and Flanagan — who came in fifth place on his season of the reality show — were rumored to be dating in April 2020 and confirmed their relationship in May.
But, their love wasn’t meant to be, with Weber announcing their split on New Year’s Eve.
Flanagan, 28, responded to his post days later, saying, “It saddens me to say this but Peter and I have decided to go our separate ways. Peter and I had some unbelievable times together and they will definitely be missed. Unfortunately him and I are in two different stages of our lives and saw our future paths differently.”
Weber, who was also spotted grabbing In-N-Out with his father, said he is moving to the Big Apple on Monday night and has a place to stay.
“I’m excited,” he said.
But Weber isn’t the only one moving to New York City, Flanagan also has plans to start over there.
“2021 has been a rough start but if I’ve learned anything the last couple of days, it’s to keep pushing through no matter what life throws at you,” she shared on Instagram on Sunday. “I’ll be in the Florida Keys until March then still making the move to New York! I’m excited to share my next chapter with you guys and I’ll try to be as open as I can knowing that I will hit struggles along the way.”
She added that she’s currently figuring out her living situation and searching for an apartment and a roommate.
“After of all of this, it’s been amazing to reflect and realize how grateful I am for all the good I have in my life!” she wrote.
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