Is This How Tyler Cameron Really Feels About Hannah Brown?

If there's one thing you can count on with "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette," it's romantic drama. And Hannah Brown, who was a contestant on "The Bachelor" and then was the star of Season 15 of "The Bachelorette," has revealed some of the dramatic details about her relationship with Tyler Cameron in her memoir "God Bless This Mess" (via E! News). While she said "yes" to Jed Wyatt's proposal, she still had feelings for Tyler while on "The Bachelorette," and after the show aired (and she broke things off with Jed), she wanted to rekindle things with her former beau.

That came to a halt, Hannah said, when tabloids published images of Tyler on a date with model Gigi Hadid. "I felt like I had to be strong and pretend it didn't bother me when it did. I was deeply hurt," she told People. "I said to Tyler, 'I'd date Gigi Hadid too if I could, I get it.' But it was not the way I wish it was handled." And in her book, she shared the last text exchange between the two of them.

Tyler was asked about that reveal on "The Bellas" podcast, and he shared how he feels about his ex.

Tyler Cameron hopes Hannah Brown is happy

"I've got receipts too," Tyler Cameron said on Sirus XM's "The Bellas" podcast in response to Hannah Brown sharing their text history, though he didn't spill any tea beyond that.

He went on to say, "You know that whole thing — first of all, you're going to see the level of respect we have for each other. The way I talked about her in my book showed nothing but love. We'll see how she talks about me in her book." Tyler's book about his time on the show, released earlier this year, is called "Deserve Better: What Life Has Taught Me About Love, Relationships, and Becoming Your Best Self" (per E! News).

Tyler seemed to be supportive of Hannah and didn't appear to hold a grudge as he wrapped up his thoughts on the whole situation by saying, "I hope she's happy, I hope she's successful. You know, she's writing a book — she's got to sell books, she's got to make headlines. Sell them books!"