After laughing and trying to compose his thoughts, Tyler continued, "Rachael. Rachael is great and she makes Matt happy and they're happy. And it's fun to see them do their thing, and they're always traveling and doing stuff."
But Tyler questioned, "Do we have a love-hate relationship? I think it's just we have two strong opinions and the way we see things."
"We sometimes clash," Tyler confessed. "But at the end of the day, we're all cool and it is what it is."
When asked if he and Matt are still as close as they were before, Tyler somewhat unconvincingly replied, "Yeah, yeah."
"It's just Matt has been busy; I'm busy," the Season 15 The Bachelorette alum explained of his best friend, whom he had met at college when they both attended Wake Forest University.
"You get in a relationship and that's what happens, you know? It's all part of maturing and growing up and focusing on yourself and your careers and your relationships."
Tyler is also currently dating someone, model Paige Lorenze.
Matt and Rachael recently traveled to Greece and Italy together, and they've made stops all across the United States -- including Louisiana, California and Pennsylvania.
Fans have been wondering when Rachael and Matt will get engaged, and Rachael told Us earlier this month, "The only timeline I give him is I was like, 'I gotta have kids before, you know, I can't have kids.' So keep that in mind."
Rachael and Matt claim to agree on how it's important to enjoy dating each other, without worrying about the expectations other people have for their relationship.
"I feel like with everything we go through and whatnot, I feel like it's pretty crucial to just have fun with one another no matter where we're at or what we're doing," Rachael shared. "We got to make the most of everything."
And Matt told the Los Angeles Times in June, "We're one of the only couples from that franchise still going strong. The reason is we're going at things at our own pace. We're not playing games that a lot of people play just to stay in that circle."
Matt said on the May episode of Watch What Happens Live that he had a feeling Rachael was The One when they met on the very first night of filming The Bachelor in late 2020.
"When I met everybody that first night, [our] interaction was the most genuine," Matt said, according to People. "I was looking for that genuine connection and just realness and she exuded it. And there it is."
Matt also reportedly wrote in his book, First Impressions: Off Screen Conversations with a Bachelor on Race, Family, and Forgiveness, that he wanted to spend all of his time with Rachael while taping the show.
"In the beginning, she cut through the polished front I'd honed and into my nerdy side," Matt wrote of Rachael.
"We debated who was the bigger fan of How to Train Your Dragon and Marvel movies. I observed her empathy from afar, noticed how her kindness extended beyond our time alone and to everyone else she encountered."