BACHELOR Peter Weber will not return to the franchise as he is now “focused on turning his new children’s book into a TV show,” he exclusively told The Sun.
The author of The Adventures Of Pilot Pete revealed that making a comeback to the ABC series that made him a household name is not on his mind as he tries to fulfill his dreams of turning his latest project into a show.
In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Peter, 30, opened up about writing a very different book than most stars from Bachelor Nation have typically put out.
Referencing the many tell-all style novels, including his ex Hannah Brown’s new scandalous book, the aviation expert said: “I could have done a tell-all book but I wasn’t interested in any of that.
“I wanted to do something that would give back and give me an opportunity to do more of something I want to do.
“My hope for this book is that it has longevity and inspired children from the day they read my book to decide ‘I want to do this and I want to do that.’
“This book was so easy for me to write because it was such an enjoyable process. It literally is my story from when I fell in love with flying as a little kid.”
He then discussed how this novel is just step one in the big plans he has, as Peter "has dreams of it to turn into a series hopefully one day.”
When asked if he will return to the Bachelor franchise, the United pilot said: “Oh I don’t see myself going back, I’m more interested in making my own show.
“And we’ll see where this takes off, but I think it will, so that is where I will be putting my focus and attention to.”
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As for what he envisions for his show, the Los Angeles native said he would love to do an animated series where he, of course, is the voice of the titular character, Pilot Pete.
However, the dream is in the "very early stages" still and nothing has been officially green lit as of right now.
Earlier this year, the former Delta pilot achieved another dream of his by being hired to United Airlines – where he has wanted to work since his dad flew planes for the same company during his childhood.
The tremendous feat was such a big deal, it even caused the ending of his new book to be changed completely.
He explained: “We had to go back and change the ending of the book because I had achieved my dream of flying for United Airlines.
“When I first finished it, that wasn’t the case. So the whole process has been incredible and it’s been so much more rewarding than I could have ever imagined.”
'NOT INTERESTED' IN TELL-ALLS
The Adventures Of Pilot Pete is currently available to purchase with limited signed copies available on the book’s website.
The illustrated book, which he worked on for nearly two years, follows the story of Peter’s journey to becoming a pilot.
In it, many “life changing” moments are highlighted, including the moment Peter’s dad showed him an airplane cockpit for the first time and the process of his studying aviation late into the night.
While Peter said he is “not interested” in tell-alls that focus on “juicy secrets” about what happened on the show, his ex, Hannah, 27, is currently telling a much different story.
In her new memoir, God Bless This Mess, the Alabama native claimed she hooked up with Peter while his Bachelor season was airing.
The Dancing With The Stars champ confessed that they ended up in bed together but the chemistry “just wasn’t there.”
TALES FROM HIS EX
"It just sucked. And then, I found out he had another girl [Madison] on his mind. It was all so bizarre," she recounted.
The former couple had a strong connection during Hannah's season of the show in 2019, before she ultimately chose Jed Wyatt in the finale.
In her book, Hannah also said that sex with Peter was “better” than it was with her fiance, Jedd.
Peter went on to become the ABC lead and got engaged to Hannah Ann Sluss but on the live finale, they broke up so he could pursue a relationship with runner-up Madison Prewett.
Just a few days later, Madison and Peter also split and he maintained he is currently single while focusing on his professional life.
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