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Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield reveals she’s been crying everyday in lockdown in Sydney


‘It’s literally hell on Earth’: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield reveals she’s been crying everyday and ‘vomiting from panic attacks’ while alone in lockdown in Sydney

Abbie Chatfield has admitted she’s struggling being on her own as Sydney enters its third week in lockdown amid an outbreak of coronavirus.

Speaking on her podcast, It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield on Monday, the 26-year-old former Bachelor star said lockdown had taken a toll on her mentally. 

‘Being in lockdown has been f**king awful. I just want to say it’s literally hell on Earth living alone during a lockdown. I cry literally every day,’ she confessed.

All alone: Abbie Chatfield has admitted she’s struggling being on her own as Sydney enters its third week in lockdown amid an outbreak of coronavirus

Abbie said she even ‘had a meltdown’ while watching The Bold Type, a US comedy-drama series about a group of young women working at a fashion magazine.

The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner acknowledged that the show is ‘not that sad’, but said she was ‘sobbing’ while watching it.

‘It’s f**king weird, because my only friends right now are people on TV. That’s really fun,’ she said facetiously. 

Isolation: Speaking on her podcast, It's A Lot with Abbie Chatfield on Monday, the 26-year-old former Bachelor star said lockdown had taken a toll on her mentally

Isolation: Speaking on her podcast, It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield on Monday, the 26-year-old former Bachelor star said lockdown had taken a toll on her mentally

'Being in lockdown has been f**king awful. I just want to say it's literally hell on Earth living alone during a lockdown. I cry literally every day,' she confessed

‘Being in lockdown has been f**king awful. I just want to say it’s literally hell on Earth living alone during a lockdown. I cry literally every day,’ she confessed

‘Particularly with someone who has really bad anxiety. I’ve been vomiting from panic attacks… It’s really bad. I’m not in a good way. Lockdown is not fun obviously.’

Abbie said that she thought part of the issue was knowing that she was unable to see her mother, who lives in Brisbane.

She explained that even when the lockdown eventually ends, it won’t be like she can simply drive over to her mum’s house.

'Particularly with someone who has really bad anxiety. I've been vomiting from panic attacks... It's really bad. I'm not in a good way. Lockdown is not fun obviously,' she said

‘Particularly with someone who has really bad anxiety. I’ve been vomiting from panic attacks… It’s really bad. I’m not in a good way. Lockdown is not fun obviously,’ she said

‘It’s like, oh, I actually need to wait for the borders to open, and that’s probably going to be two months until I see Mum. That sucks,’ she added.

Abbie said she had also ‘stopped watching porn simultaneously’, and added that she ‘can’t come’.

She said it had been tough, because prior to lockdown, she was having ‘some of the best sex of my life’, calling it ‘iconic, really good sex’.  

Not in the mood: Abbie said she had also 'stopped watching porn simultaneously', and added that she 'can't come'

Not in the mood: Abbie said she had also ‘stopped watching porn simultaneously’, and added that she ‘can’t come’

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