Abbie Chatfield confirms she’s LEAVING Sydney and moving back to Queensland to live with her mum
Abbie Chatfield is making the move back to her home state of Queensland.
The 26-year-old former star of The Bachelor confirmed the news on Thursday in a series of videos shared on her Instagram Stories.
The Bachelor revealed that her border pass was accepted and she will be moving in with her mother after going through two weeks of hotel quarantine.
Escaping lockdown: Abbie Chatfield, 26, has confirmed she is LEAVING Sydney and moving back to Queensland to live with her mum
‘Before anyone says it, this isn’t because I’m an Influencer,’ Abbie said, recording a vlog in her car. ‘This got approved. I applied the normal way.’
‘My Border Pass back to Queensland got approved. I’m going back to Queensland to live with mum,’ she announced.
‘Because, I mean,’ she said before stopping mid-sentence and shrugging, seemingly referring to Sydney’s lockdown and its recent extension until the end of August.
‘My Border Pass back to Queensland got approved’: The former star of The Bachelor announced the news in a series of videos to her Instagram Stories
‘I also have work to do up there. I’m so f**king lucky that I got my border pass approved,’ Abbie added.
The blonde bombshell went on the explain she will be ‘quarantining in a hotel for two weeks.’
She then asked her followers for suggestions about what content to post in quarantine and what she can do to keep herself busy.
Time to kill: Abbie explained that she will be ‘quarantining in a hotel for two weeks’
The news comes as the reality TV star received her first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine earlier that day.
She stated in a video filmed outside the vaccination clinic that she believed she looked ‘hotter’ after having the shot.
Abbie followed up with a jab at anti-vaxxers who follow her content, saying she will keep her followers updated about ‘the 5G in my house and in my phone.’
Vaccinated: The news comes as the reality TV star received her first dose of the AstraZeneca