Abbie Chatfield flaunts her figure in a skimpy bralette and cropped skirt for beach walk


The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield flaunts her figure in a skimpy bralette and cropped skirt as she takes her dog on a beach walk

The Bachelor‘s Abbie Chatfield flaunted her figure in a skimpy bralette and skirt as she took her dog for a walk on Saturday. 

The reality star, 28, basked in Sydney‘s sunshine as while taking her pet pooch Wally who she adopted last year as a rescue.  

Abbie, who is regularly spotted on walks in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, played on her phone and carried a water bottle. 

Bachelor Abbie Chatfield, 28, (pictured) flaunted her figure in a skimpy bralette and cropped skirt on Saturday, as she took her dog on a beach walk

She wore a Nike belt bag and wore a pair of rectangle sunglasses and a number of gold chains around her neck. 

The brunette threw her hair into a messy bun and clutched her mobile phone while listening to music in her headphones. 

It comes after Abbie slammed talk of her slimmed down figure during an interview with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month. 

The reality star basked in Sydney's sunshine as while taking her pet pooch Wally who she adopted last year as a rescue. She wore her brunette tresses in a messy bun

The reality star basked in Sydney’s sunshine as while taking her pet pooch Wally who she adopted last year as a rescue. She wore her brunette tresses in a messy bun

‘I don’t think it’s anyone’s business why someone might have lost weight, unless they express it themselves without being prompted,’ she said. 

‘People on Instagram love to tell me when my own body is changing, as though I don’t have a mirror.’ 

She went on to insist she is very healthy and that weight loss doesn’t always just come from changing your diet and exercise regime.

Abbie listened to music on her AirPods as she strolled along the grass with Wally

Abbie listened to music on her AirPods as she strolled along the grass with Wally 

‘Weight loss happens because of a myriad of things… I am very, very proud of my relationship with food and exercise,’ she said.  

During Abbie’s popular podcast ‘It’s A Lot’ last year, she explained that stress was making her lose her appetite.

‘I’m having a really hard time eating,’ she said.

'I don't think it's anyone's business why someone might have lost weight, unless they express it themselves without being prompted. It doesn't affect anybody else,' told The Daily Telegraph

‘I don’t think it’s anyone’s business why someone might have lost weight, unless they express it themselves without being prompted. It doesn’t affect anybody else,’ told The Daily Telegraph

‘I’m having trouble finding time to eat, and then when I find time to eat I’m having a really hard time chewing food and a really hard time swallowing. ‘

Abbie has been open about her body struggles in the past, telling Stellar previously she used to ‘analyse’ her own body.

‘I used to wake up every day between the ages of 13 and 24 and analyse my body’ she admitted.

'I'm having trouble finding time to eat, and then when I find time to eat I'm having a really hard time chewing food and a really hard time swallowing,' she said

‘I’m having trouble finding time to eat, and then when I find time to eat I’m having a really hard time chewing food and a really hard time swallowing,’ she said 

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