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Abbie Chatfield[edit]

Abbie Chatfield
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Abbie Chatfield (Born 20 June, 1995) is an Australian television and internet personality. Abbie’ received national attention as a contestant on Season 7 of The Bachelor Australia, in which Abbie was the season’s runner-up. Following The Bachelor, she starred in Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise Australia.

Early Life and Education[edit]

She attended the Queensland University of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor degree in Property Economics in 2018[1].


Chatfield began her career as a property analysis before being cast in The Bachelor Filming for the season took place throughout winter 2019, and Chatfield was later revealed by TEN [2] to be a contestant on July 29, 2020. Chatfield went on to place as the runner-up, being eliminated by Agnew during the final episode which was filmed in South Africa[3] and aired on September 19, 2019.

During her tenure on the show, Chatfield received widespread media attention and criticism for her outspoken nature and vocal feminist viewpoint [4]. Abbie later revealed the extent of her terrifying online trolling [5] and opened up about her struggles with anxiety.

Other Ventures[edit]


In 2019, Abbie launched her podcast “It’s A Lot” which often appears on the top of the Australian Itunes Charts [6]. The conversationl podcast sees Chatfield answering and giving her best advice on dating, friendships, sex, and all other facets of life.


After The Bachelor, Chatfield's Instagram] popularity grew as she addressed and gave advice to followers regarding friends, relationships, sex, and a plethora of taboo subjects. This lead to her column Ask Abbie, in Pedestrian TV POPSUGAR [7]. Partnered with ACAST [8] in March 2020.

TV Appearances[edit]

Her public openness lead to her appearance on ABC’s Reputation Rehab[9] (October 2020) and SBS’s Inside [10] (September 2019).


Late 2020 Abbie announced her book So Let’s Unpack That, "SLUT", a feminist handbook, with publishing firm Affirmpress [11].


  1. Healy, Samantha. "Bachelor favourite's hidden talent for hot property". Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  2. Walker, Winsome. "The Bachelor Australia 2019: Meet All 28 Women Vying for Matt Agnew's Heart". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  3. HUNTLEY, MITCHELL. "INSIDE SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM'S PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA".,Villa%20and%20Lush%20Private%20Lodge.. Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  4. Charlton, Louise. "Abbie Chatfield: the Media's Punching Bag". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  5. Fowler, Bella. "Bachelor in Paradise: Abbie Chatfield shares terrifying death threat". Retrieved 12 November 2020.
  6. ITUNES CHARTS. "Abbie Chatfield - 'It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield' Australian iTunes Chart Performance". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  7. McGregor, Kate. "Introducing 'Ask Abbie', Our Sex and Dating Column with Abbie Chatfield". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  8. aast. "It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  9. ABC. "Sensational new ABC series Reputation Rehab to air next month". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  10. Samuel, Leighton-Dore. "'Bachelor' star Abbie Chatfield hits back at slut-shaming". Retrieved 11 November 2020.
  11. NICOLE, DOUGLAS. "Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield is writing a book on feminism titled 'S**t' to help people 'retort sexist rhetoric in a meaningful way'". Retrieved 12 November 2020.

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