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Abbie Chatfield shares a photo of herself when she was six weeks pregnant the day before she had an abortion

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Abbie Chatfield described the US Supreme Court’s anti-abortion ruling as “barbaric and terrifying” in an Instagram post on Saturday.

The former Bachelor star, 27, shared a photo of herself when she was six weeks pregnant the day before she had an abortion at age 23, saying there are “no guarantees that the right to an abortion in Australia will last forever.” will be protected’.

The US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade, ending the US constitutional right to abortion, means that individual states can decide whether abortion can be made illegal.

Abbie Chatfield, 27, (pictured) shared this photo of herself when she was six weeks pregnant the day before having an abortion at age 23 in an Instagram post on Saturday

In the photo, Abbie took a mirror selfie in a bathroom, donning a white dress and nude strappy heels.

‘This is me the day before I had my abortion, at the earliest stage you can realistically see that you are even pregnant. Here I am six weeks pregnant,” she wrote online.

“Luckily, I had access to a safe abortion, literally the day after I found out I was pregnant. I remember not sleeping the night before the procedure, worried that I had missed the deadline and would have to carry a full-term child.

Abbie said there are

Abbie said there are “no guarantees that the right to abortion in Australia will be protected forever”. US Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade, ending US constitutional right to abortion, means individual states can decide whether abortion can be made illegal

“Luckily, I had access to a safe abortion, literally the day after I found out I was pregnant.  I remember not sleeping the night before the procedure for fear that I had missed the deadline and that I would have to give birth to a child,

“Luckily, I had access to a safe abortion, literally the day after I found out I was pregnant. I remember not sleeping the night before the procedure for fear that I had missed the deadline and that I would have to give birth to a child,” she wrote.

“I was 23 and had a decent job, but I didn’t want a child, and that was reason enough. It wasn’t an easy decision, but it was the right one.’

The podcast host revealed she “wept to sleep” when she heard the news that the ruling was being quashed, describing access to “essential health care” as “barbaric and terrifying.”

Overnight abortion rights were abolished in 12 states. As someone who had an abortion, it made me sick,” she wrote.

The former Bachelor star revealed she

The former Bachelor star revealed she “wept to sleep” when she heard the news that the ruling was being quashed, describing access to “essential health care” as “barbaric and terrifying.”

Abbie revealed that she will discuss this in more detail on her podcast next week, but urged her followers to keep educating themselves.

‘There are no guarantees that the right to abortion in Australia will be protected forever,” she concluded.

The Supreme Court ended the constitutional protections for abortion that have been in effect for nearly 50 years by deciding to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade ruling.

Abbie revealed that she will discuss this in more detail on her podcast next week, but urged her followers to keep educating themselves.

Abbie revealed that she will discuss this in more detail on her podcast next week, but urged her followers to keep educating themselves. “There are no guarantees that the right to abortion in Australia will be protected forever,” she concluded

Power has now been returned to individual states to decide whether or not to allow the proceedings.

Women with unwanted pregnancies in America will now face the choice of traveling to another state where the procedure will remain legal and available, buying abortion pills online, or having a potentially dangerous illegal abortion.

In a speech at the White House, President Joe Biden said it was “a sad day for the court and the country.”

In a speech at the White House, President Joe Biden said it was

In a speech at the White House, President Joe Biden said it was “a sad day for the court and the country.” He called the Supreme Court ruling “wrong, extreme and out of the blue”. Pictured on June 24

He called the Supreme Court ruling “wrong, extreme and out of the blue”.

Biden accused the court of “expressly depriving myself of a constitutional right that is so fundamental to so many Americans,” and vowed that the fight over abortion rights is “not over.”

He said his government will do everything in its power to fight efforts to prevent women from traveling to other states to have abortions.

Biden accused the court of 'expressly taking away a constitutional right so fundamental to so many Americans', vowing the fight over abortion rights 'isn't over'

Biden accused the court of ‘expressly taking away a constitutional right so fundamental to so many Americans’, vowing the fight over abortion rights ‘isn’t over’

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