EXCLUSIVE: Abbie Chatfield reveals she’s taking an alcohol break after her wild night out with Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston
Abbie Chatfield has revealed she’s decided to ditch the booze after her wild night out with Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston from The Bachelor.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Thursday, the 26-year-old said she is “taking a break from alcohol” after having a drink too much while celebrating Freedom Day.
“I went to see Holly and Jimmy, but I got a little too drunk and I won’t drink for the rest of the week,” Abbie laughed.
Take a break! Abbie Chatfield, 26, (pictured) has revealed she’s decided to ditch the booze after her wild night out with The Bachelor’s Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston
Abbie said that after being locked up in her Bondi apartment for the past few weeks, she decided to let go.
“We kind of became friends during the lockdown after I had them on the podcast and we texted on the phone, ‘we should have a drink when it’s all over’, she added.
Since appearing on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor, Abbie has been using her platform to voice her thoughts on everything from politics and mental health issues to sex tips.
Let her hair go! Abbie told Daily Mail Australia on Thursday that she is “taking a break from alcohol” after having a glass too many while celebrating Freedom Day on Monday. Pictured with Jimmy Nicholson and Holly Kingston from The Bachelor
But one topic the outspoken reality star said she’s no longer willing to discuss on her popular podcast is her own relationship.
“The one thing I never talk about is who I’m dating, so I guess that’s off limits.”
Abbie will return to the screen as the host of Love Island Australia’s After Party, where the reality star will chat with super fans and recap the Channel Nine dating series.
don’t ask! Abbie revealed that the only topic she won’t be discussing on her podcast or social media page is her dating life. “The one thing I never talk about is who I’m dating,” she said
The blonde bombshell also revealed that her days of looking for love on a dating show are over.
“I think my days of appearing on a dating reality show are over,” she said.
“There are other shows that are great, like MasterChef or Celebrity Apprentice that are not dating and that I would love to do.”
Love Island Australia Afterparty kicks off Thursday after Love Island Australia on Nine and 9Now.
Fun while it lasted! Abbie also said she has no plans to sign up for another dating show in an effort to find her partner. “I think my days of appearing on a dating reality show are over,” she said. Pictured with Bachelor Matt Agnew in 2019