With just three guys left on this season of The Bachelorette, Hannah Brown will truly have to make one of the hardest decisions of her life. But not to worry — we are here to help her out.
Though Tyler Cameron and Jed Wyatt both have good reasons as to why they should win this season, Peter Weber may be the leader of the pack. Here are five reasons why he should win The Bachelorette. See if you agree with us!
5. The Right Reasons
Weber’s ex-girlfriend has recently gone public about him breaking up with her a few months before going on The Bachelorette, but is that really a crime? At least he broke up with her, right? Despite the drama that’s currently going on, we feel as though Weber is truly on the show for love and not just to grow his Instagram followers.
4. A Real Job
Unlike a lot of other guys on the show who consider themselves to be “Influencers,” Weber has a real job as a commercial pilot. In fact, he recently got a job working for Delta Airlines and even went back to his job after filming for The Bachelorette ended. He clearly has his priorities in check.
3. Great Family
Weber’s Hometown Date proved he probably has the best family ever. Not only did his mother cry, but his father also cried too! His parents love him so much and just want the best for him, which is why they’d be great in-laws for Brown. Plus, they all seem very connected and grounded.
2. Age Appropriate
While most of the guys on this season have been around the age of 24 or 25, Weber is a tad older at 27. Though 27 is still very young, we feel as though Weber’s probably more ready to settle down and get married than some of these other guys. He’s lived life and gone through relationships, so he knows what he wants in a wife.
1. Fabulous Chemistry
There’s no denying that he and Brown have amazing chemistry together. They make each other laugh and they always have a good time, but they’re also not afraid to get emotional and deep. While some of Brown’s other relationships feel a bit more one-sided, it’s clear both Weber and Brown are truly interested in one another.