Peterson explained the couple's relationship in an honest Instagram post after the wedding:
The highlights are “For over ten years we have been discussing this,” and “This was a sober decision,” and perhaps most notably, “Esme and I have never been romantically involved. We will continue to date others and live our lives.”
I mean, to each their own, but what?
These are two young kids, and they've already given up on marrying someone that they're interested in romantically? Man, maybe it's not so great to be a rich kid, after all. Brown posted her own note about the couple's decision on her Instagram:
She explains that they’ve both witnessed destructive marriages before and didn’t want the same thing to happen to them. I suppose that makes sense…
But she’s only 27 years old! If this is what she and he truly want, more power to ’em! Maybe they’ll live happily ever after dating other people! But if they think this is their only option, this could be really sad.
Also, girl, marrying a rich guy because he’s your BFF but not your BF isn’t exactly the same as fighting for same-sex marriage or interracial marriage.
So many thoughts, so many judgments I’m trying to not make right now. Maybe an arrangement where they can merge their finances works for them and their gigantic inheritances.
And maybe it’ll actually be the relationship of both of their dreams! Who knows? I definitely do not.
We’re all just trying to figure it out, one foot in front of the other, one day at a time. All I can say is I hope 60 years from now, Peter Cary and Esme are sitting in their gold-plated rocking chairs, holding hands and reminiscing about the time Tiffany Trump was the flower girl at their Vegas chapel wedding that changed the rest of their lives for the better.