“The breakup was obviously very hard on the both of us,” he said. “I’ve been very open how—and I’m not just saying this—truly, Kelley was the best relationship that I have ever had in my life, and could not be more grateful for the 10 months we had together.”
He referred to himself as “more than 100 percent moved on” and said he now knows they aren’t meant to be together. Peter said he sees Kelley’s podcast interviews as a sign of her “wanting to ride it as long as possibly she can and make headlines and get people talking.”
According to Peter, the reason for the breakup was that “they were different in a lot of ways.” Indeed, he explained his decision to announce the split on New Year’s Eve as himself having decided, “I need to leave this in 2020.”
And if you were wondering whether this would be the place that Peter would defend his love for Pokémon cards, well, you’re in luck.
“I will never apologize for liking Pokémon cards,” he said, citing the appeal of nostalgia and “how smart they are to be investing in.” He claimed Kelley made it seem during their relationship that she enjoyed them too, adding, “Maybe she was just playing along to make me happy.” (Ah, that fateful moment when you realize your partner doesn’t actually love Pokémon cards as much as you do. We’ve all been there.)