Bachelor Nation's Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan Spotted Together Nearly 2 Years After Breakup

The Bachelor's Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan spent time together at a baseball game in Chicago more than a year after they called it quits on their romance. Learn about the recent sighting.

By Kelly Gilmore Aug 11, 2022 8:54 PMTags
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Talk about a Bachelor Nation curve ball!

Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan were seen hanging out with one another in Chicago this week, per Us Weekly. The Bachelor alums, who called it quits on their relationship back in 2020, turned heads when they were spotted at the Aug. 10 Chicago Cubs game.

And their presence didn't go unnoticed by some eagle-eyed fans. Kelley and Peter were photographed walking together at the sporting event, per an Aug. 10 post shared by Bachelor Nation fan page @bachelorteaspill on Instagram.

It appears this recent meet up isn't the first of its kind. In a video shared by the Instagram account @bachelornation.scoop, the pilot and lawyer were reportedly seen walking through the airport roughly two weeks ago.

Neither star has publicly commented on their new dynamic. E! News has reached out to Kelley and Peter's reps for comment but has not heard back.

Before their journey on Peter's season of The Bachelor, Kelley and Peter met in a hotel lobby. After their chance encounter, they crossed paths again on the ABC dating show.

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Kelley was sent home before Peter proposed to Hannah-Anne Slus. He later called off the engagement because he still had feelings for Madison Prewett.

Kelley and Peter eventually sparked a relationship post-show, which ultimately came to an end after less than a year together. In December 2020, Peter announced their breakup on Instagram, saying they "simply didn't work out in the end."

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Kelley eventually opened up about their split, noting in a 2021 episode of the Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe podcast that "there was just a lot of non-negotiables in the relationship."