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Abbie Chatfield has cemented her place as one of Australia’s most beloved stars.
She rose to fame at 24 years old on Season 7 of The Bachelor Australia, and has since gone on to establish herself as a radio and TV presenter, podcaster, brand ambassador and social media influencer.
After making her small screen debut, Chatfield continued to shine on Australian screens.
Most importantly though, and how she amassed her cult-like following, is her unfaltering commitment to topics she cares about; including all things feminism, body and sex positivity, and most recently, the Covid-19 vaccine.
While she claimed to have copped the 'villain edit' on The Bachelor Australia, she won over Australia when she met the man of the hour.
When Bachelor Matt Agnew revealed he's an astrophysicist, she iconically responded with: "Ok, and I’m a Gemini”.
She reclaimed Australia's love and attention and cemented herself as one of the country's most popular figures after her ‘redemption arc’ on Bachelor in Paradise and success on I’m a Celebrity… Get me out of Here!
Loved for her unashamed advocacy of feminism, sex positivity and mental health, Abbie has established her unfiltered and raw brand on both social media, and through her podcast, It’s a Lot.
The podcast attracts more than 700,000 downloads a month and currently sits at #8 on Australia’s Spotify ‘Society and Culture’ rankings.
It’s a lot platform’s important topics and many snippets make their way to other social media platforms, such as TikTok and Instagram.
Abbie’s discussion about anti-vaxxers in Australia sparked headlines in the news and plenty of chatter on social media.
"I'm getting the vaccine and you need to stop telling people you don't want the vaccine, because who the f**k are you to say 'yeah I just don't trust it'," she said to her listeners.
As of 2022, Abbie Chatfield has an estimated net worth of $1-2 million, according to HAQ Express News.
Abbie’s business ventures also extended to brand ambassadorship when she collaborated with Vush Australia earlier this year. The partnership saw Chatfield create her own vibrator and she used the moment to continue her strong advocacy of sexual empowerment and liberation.
By carving out her own niche as a sexually empowering social media figure, Abbie was able to capitalise significantly on her own passions.
She revealed on the Mammamia No Filter podcast that her lucrative collaboration with Vush allowed her to purchase a $1.45 million property in the Byron Bay Hinterlands.
“So you bought a house with vibrators?” co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Mammamia Mia Freedman asked.
“Yes, the vibrator went really well,” Chatfield coyly replied.
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