- Former Bachelor Peter Weber and contestant Kelley Flanagan were spotted hanging out in Chicago.
- Rumors have been swirling about a Peter and Kelley romance for weeks.
- The city of Chicago is currently under a stay-at-home order issued by the governor.
It's not over 'til it's over folks. I'm talking about the Bachelor season that would never end (and tbh, still hasn't), a.k.a. Peter Weber's journey to find love. It's not limited to Monday night viewing anymore. The romantic rumors are flying, and so apparently is the pilot. Peter and his ex Kelley Flanagan were just spotted hanging out in Chicago.
Reality Steve shared photos and all the details he knows so far on Twitter . He tweeted: "Peter, Kelley, and Dustin currently hanging at the Riverwalk in Chicago. Pics and videos are making the rounds so Im sure youll be seeing these pop up on sites soon..."
Peter, Kelley, and Dustin currently hanging at the Riverwalk in Chicago. Pics and videos are making the rounds so Im sure youll be seeing these pop up on sites soon... pic.twitter.com/ltD2qMixdm RealitySteve (@RealitySteve)
Bachelor Nation erupted in the thread, with many fans expressing concern about social distancing rather than any rumored romance between Peter and Kelley .
Okay but why are they not social distancing?!! Why are they not AT HOME?! Katie Kuhn (@Katie_m_kuhn)
One Twitter user wrote, "Peter thinking about his Peter and not social distancing."
Peter thinking about his Peter and not social distancing! lol Aaren McQuarrie (@Aaren_M)
Another Twitter user added, "Someone push him into Lake Michigan."
Someone push him into Lake Michigan SJ (@llammasamma)
Kelley shared a short video on her Instagram stories Wednesday afternoon with a sunny view from Chicago's riverwalk.
The rumored couple's al fresco activities look like they happened the same day Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot threatened to shut down the citys parks and the entire lakefront because too many people were gathering. (Umm, case in point.) On Saturday, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker issued a stay at home order, and it seems as if Peter and company are not hanging out at home. (He still lives 2,000 miles away in Los Angeles with the rest of the Weber clan, right?)
"I personally have been concerned with what Ive seen in our parks. People playing basketball," Lightfoot told the Chicago Tribune . "And what Ive seen on the lakefront, way too many people gathering like its just another day. This is not another day."