Not feeling cold? No makeup Abbie Chatfield wears TINY shorts and a crop top as she takes her doggy to a cafe in cold Sydney
She loves revealing outfits.
And even the cold couldn’t stop Abbie Chatfield from showing off her sensational curves this week.
On Thursday, the former Bachelor star stepped out in a very cold Sydney wearing petite shorts and a crop top.
Not feeling cold? No-makeup Abbie Chatfield wore TINY shorts and a crop top as she took her doggy to a cafe in chilly Sydney on Thursday
The influencer and popular podcaster appeared to have just come from a workout and wore a bright green puffer jacket over her sports gear.
Without makeup, she bundled her curly locks into a casual bun and sported a bright red manicure.
The blonde bombshell was accompanied by her dog Marco for the outing, and at one point Abbie took a selfie of the couple as they stopped at a cafe.
Abbie grabbed a healthy juice and sipped her nourishing drink as she headed home.
Stand out: The influencer and popular podcaster appeared to have just come from a workout and wore a bright green puffer jacket over her sports gear
Cute! The blonde bombshell was joined by her dog Marco for the outing, and at one point Abbie took a selfie of the couple as they stopped at a cafe
Abbie recently weighed in on the lack of diversity in the upcoming season of The Bachelor Australia.
The Channel 10 show received backlash this week from celebrities and progressive media figures for casting “three straight white men” as lead actors.
Tackling the controversy over her Warm nights with Abbie Chatfield radio show, the 26-year-old said she hopes one of the three is bisexual.
‘I hope at least one of them is bisexual’: Abbie recently weighed in on the lack of diversity in the upcoming season of The Bachelor Australia
“Why isn’t there one person of color?” she asked co-host Rohan Edwards.
‘I hope at least one of them is bisexual. I just hope there’s something going on here.”
“Why are they all white?” she continued, before pointing out that lover Jed McIntosh is only 25 years old.
“It’s too young to star in the show you have to settle in,” she said.
What diversity? “Why are they all white?” Abbie asked, before pointing out that worshiper Jed McIntosh (center) is only 25 years old and “too young” for the show
The Bachelor Australia has been criticized in the past for its lack of diversity, despite having the first ever black Bachelor with Blake Garvey in season two in 2014.
It took the original US version of The Bachelor until season 25 last year to land a black lead in Matt James.
The Aussie franchise tried to solve its diversity problem last year by having Fiji pilot Jimmy Nicholson play for season nine, while native youth worker Brooke Blurton was The Bachelorette a few months later.
Brooke’s season also made history by being the franchise’s first “queer” installment, with both men and women competing for her heart.
Remember me? The Bachelor franchise tried to solve its diversity problem last year by casting bisexual native woman Brooke Blurton (pictured) as The Bachelorette
Drummer Jed McIntosh plays Season 10 of The Bachelor, along with professional basketball player Felix Von Hofe and life coach Thomas Malucelli.
Online fans reacted strongly to the announcement, with many disapproving of the show for its “lack of diversity.”
‘Wow three different hair colors! Progress!’ one person wrote on Instagram, while another added, “Three bachelors but no diversity.”
Former bachelorette Angie Kent mocked the series for casting ‘cis it’ [cisgender heterosexual] men,” adding: “Australia is not ready for diversity and change.”
Punkee journalist Tahlia Pritchard said she didn’t think “three white men” could “save the series,” while Buzzfeed’s Isha Bassi tweeted, “What’s the Bachelor franchise got against posting POCs as leads?”
Cast: Drummer Jed McIntosh (center) plays season 10 of The Bachelor alongside professional basketball player Felix Von Hofe (left) and life coach Thomas Malucelli (right)