A paparazzo recently caught up with Peter as he was walking into what appeared to be a gym, and Peter dished on his relationship with his family and his two exes, Madison and Hannah Ann Sluss, after a wild and unpredictable The Bachelor finale, Entertainment Tonightreported.
Just two short days after The Bachelor's Season 24 finale aired on ABC, Peter and Madison released separate statements via Instagram on March 12 announcing they had decided to call it quits on their revived romance and go their separate ways.
"Yeah, it's tough, but it's for the best and all the love in the world to Madison and Hannah Ann," Peter said. "So, it's all good."
The paparazzo asked Peter if his mother Barbara "influenced" his breakup with Madison, which seemed sudden and unexpected.
"For this, no," Peter confirmed. "This is stuff between Madi and I solely, 100 percent."
"People have their opinions but this is just between the two of us, and it's just mutual respect and love and that's all," he added.
On The Bachelor this season, Peter proposed marriage to Hannah Ann at the Final Rose Ceremony in Australia only after Madison decided to quit the show because she and Peter didn't seem compatible in significant ways.
Once Madison got wind Peter had called off his engagement and was single again, she went after the pilot and decided they should give their relationship another chance, much to the dismay of Peter's family.
Barbara gushed about her love for Hannah Ann and bluntly insisted during the live The Bachelor finale on March 10 her son's relationship with Madison would never work out.
Barbara also suggested Madison was rude by making Peter's family wait "three hours" for their meeting in Australia before the Final Rose Ceremony.
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Since then, Barbara has refused to apologize and claims Madison is the one who owes an apology to both Hannah Ann and herself.
Peter confirmed Barbara has no regrets but both she and Madison "could've handled situations a little bit differently."
"No one is perfect, but all the love and respect for Madi, and I love my mom," Peter noted.
Peter also declined any tension still exists between his family and himself. After all, Barbara wasn't the only one who spoke out in support of Hannah Ann over Madison; both Peter Weber Sr. and Peter's younger brother Jack Weber agreed Peter and Madison weren't a great fit.
"No, we're good," Peter said of his relationship with his loved ones.
"Listen, there's a Cuban family dynamic to it. There's a lot of passion, and with my mom, could have the delivery been a little different? Sure. But her message was on point -- she wants the best for me and loves me and I'm very grateful to have a mom like that."
Peter was trying to escape the paparazzo but continued to be polite as the man behind the camera pressed on for more answers.
When asked what Peter would think about Barbara getting her own reality TV show, Peter replied, "I love it."
"Everybody loves Barb, for sure... She would kill it," he said of the idea. "She's the most entertaining lady. I love my mom. So, yeah, I'd definitely watch that."
In addition, Peter said he didn't know Madison hung out with singer Selena Gomez recently and also shot down rumors he's dating The Bachelorette producer Julie LaPlaca, who has served as one of the producers of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise since 2014.
"She's my producer man," Peter said of Julie. "She's just my good friend."
A Reddit user sparked the weak theory earlier this year by pointing out a few photos Julie had publicly shared on her Instagram that featured Peter, as well as a photo showing her enjoying New Year's Eve lunch with some of his family before Peter appeared on ABC's New Year's Eve programming.
However, the theory went viral after it was breathlessly promoted (and then re-promoted) in click-bait articles published by Hearst Digital Media's Cosmopolitan and Women's Health websites, among others.