Peter Weber Reveals His Romantic Side in This ‘Bachelor’ Moment
Peter Weber is pulling out all the stops to show off his romantic side on “The Bachelor.”
The show’s Twitter shared a clip from the show (check out the trailer for Week 2 here) in which Peter and Victoria P. enjoy some one-on-one time during a group date party. She revealed to him, “I’m a nurse, and I’m usually a person that always makes sure everyone else is okay. I’ve never had anyone be that for me.”
As soon as she finished her sentence, Peter told her to “hold on one second,” and walked out of the room. He meandered over to a wall covered in roses and proceeded to pick a few. Peter made his way back to the couch and said, “I remembered something from last night. You said you had never received flowers from someone before. I literally just picked these right now, but with that said, these are for you.”
Victoria accepted them with a huge grin, and the two kissed.
The Alexandria, Louisiana, native shared a very personal story about caring for others in her intro video. Victoria said that as a nurse, “Taking care of regular patients is my favorite.” She added, “I think the most fulfilling thing about being a nurse is being able to help someone who can’t help themselves.”
Her career path aligned with her upbringing as her “sister’s primary caregiver,” as she revealed in her video. “My dad passed away when I was 2 and my mom fell into addiction. There were times that my sister and I didn’t know where our next meal would come from or didn’t have clothes or shoes that would fit, so I would say I had to grow up pretty fast, pretty young.”
According to Victoria, her mom “found sobriety, and I’m really proud.”
Peter appreciates and hopes for honest moments like this in his conversations. He told Chris Harrison after being announced as the new Bachelor, “Show me that vulnerable raw side from the very beginning. If you’re starting to fall, tell me. If you’re angry at me, tell me. Wear your heart on your sleeve.”
Once filming wrapped, the 28-year-old opened up to Becca Kufrin and Rachel Lindsay on an episode of “Bachelor Happy Hour” that he had some hesitations about what could happen.
“I had all these expectations of how it was going to go and what it was going to be like and if it would work,” he said. “I always knew it would work, but my biggest fear about it was falling for someone that, for whatever reason, wasn’t into it for that same reason or didn’t fall for me as strongly as I fell for them.”
Will that happen? Stay tuned for a new episode of “The Bachelor,” airing Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.