How Madison Prewett Feels About Her Breakup With Peter Weber Today

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Former "Bachelor" star Peter Weber seemed to have more drama after his season wrapped than when the cameras were rolling. As fans may remember, Weber's final two contestants were Madison Prewett and Hannah Ann Sluss. Although he appeared to share a great deal of affection for both of them, things took a turn when Prewett opted to leave the show. Weber eventually popped the question to Sluss, but after the pair were engaged for only two months, he seemingly changed his mind, per Us Weekly. During the "After The Final Rose" special, Weber admitted that he still had feelings for Prewett and ended his engagement to Sluss. While fans believed that Weber and Prewett then started a relationship, the former reality star says that's not the case.

"To be straight up ... we didn't even get in a relationship again," Weber later told Entertainment Tonight. "I know they say, 'Oh it's 24 or 48 hours. That was the shortest relationship ever!' We never committed to a relationship. We went our own separate ways. I don't look back, she doesn't look back — but I think some people think that we got back together."

Shortly after his on-screen declaration of love for Prewett, Weber began dating Kelley Flanagan, who had finished fifth on his season. Now, Prewett is revealing her feelings about her messy relationship with Weber.

Madison Prewett got candid about her relationship with Peter Weber

Madison Prewett is moving on from her relationship with former "Bachelor" star Peter Weber. The reality star opened up about the lessons she's learned while on the show in her new book "Made for This Moment: Standing Firm with Strength, Grace, and Courage." In the book, Prewett reveals her thoughts on her reality TV journey and her romance with Weber. "Going on 'The Bachelor' tested me about as much as anything could," Prewett told People Magazine. "I thought that strength was not being weak or vulnerable. But I learned that it wasn't always about putting on a brave face."

Prewett also admitted that she "saw the big picture" after a clash with Weber's mother left her crying in the bathroom for hours. "It was an opportunity for me to share a moment when I felt completely defeated and vulnerable. I never had any hatred for Peter or his family. It was hurtful, but I understood where everyone was coming from." In the end, Prewett says that she and Weber were simply not meant to be. "We realized in looking where we were headed and our values and beliefs that it didn't make sense for us. It was a decision between the two of us, and we ended it with so much love and respect for each other."

Prewett says that the experience taught her so much and that she has "no regrets" about how she carried herself during that time.