Peter Weber & Fellow 'Bachelorette' Alum Dustin Kendrick Are Officially NYC Roommates
Taking a bite out of the Big Apple… together! Peter Weber revealed on Tuesday evening that he and fellow “Bachelorette” Season 15 alum Dustin Kendrick are officially roommates in New York City.
Days after settling into a luxurious apartment in Manhattan’s Midtown East neighborhood, Peter shared the news that he and Dustin are living with each other during an Instagram Live with his mother, Barb Weber.
“New York is good. It’s so good. Dustin is going to be the official roommate,” Peter enthusiastically told his mom. “Let’s go!”
The former Bachelor — who relocated to the concrete jungle from his native Los Angeles — went on to say how thankful he was to have Dustin as a roommate. “I lucked out with that, for sure,” he said of the Realtor, who most recently resided in Chicago. “We’re gonna have a great time.”
Elsewhere in his chat with Barb, Peter shared his excitement at bringing his beloved dog Tripp to the city in the near future — especially because he will serve as company for Dustin’s adorable English bulldog, Sophia.
“He’s 16 years old. He’s a trouper, so I’m trying to get him out here,” Peter said. “He’s about to be a New York dog. I’ve got my bag packed and everything ready for him for all his walks.”
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Asked how he and Dustin spent their day, Peter told Barb that they “did some shopping” for home products while they await furniture to be delivered. The two men are currently sleeping on air mattresses.
“It’s been really good, a lot of fun. I had my first New York hot dog. We just ordered some pizza, too, and we’re watching some Netflix,” Peter elaborated, adding that he “definitely” misses his mother’s Cuban cooking now that he lives on the East Coast.
“We miss you terribly, but we are so, so happy for you,” Barb replied. “We’re so happy that you’re living your dream. What you’ve always wanted to do is live in New York and hopefully you’ll be flying soon out of New York.”
The commercial pilot agreed, expressing hope that one of New York City’s airports soon becomes his official domicile. “Hopefully that gets up and going soon,” he said. “Hopefully I get that New York base. I’m putting it out there, for sure.”
Toward the end of his conversation with Barb, Peter stepped out on his balcony to show her a breathtaking nighttime view of the iconic Chrysler Building. “That’s my favorite shot right there,” he said. “It’s definitely very different from L.A.”