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Abbie Chatfield Net Worth 2023, Husband, Children, Family, Parents, Salary, Age

Abbie Chatfield net worth

Did you know Abbie Chatfield is a politician from Australia? This piece lets you know Abbie Chatfield net worth, husband, children, parents, family, age, height, salary, and other information you need.


Abbie Chatfield is an Australian media personality, television host, radio presenter and podcaster. She is best known for her appearances in reality television as both a contestant and host, she also currently serves as a panelist on The Masked Singer Australia. She is also well known for her political activism in progressive politics, which she speaks about on her podcast, “It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield”.

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Chatfield rose to fame as the runner-up on the seventh season of The Bachelor Australia. She later appeared as a contestant on the third season of Bachelor in Paradise Australia. Chatfield went on to win the seventh season of Network 10’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Australia in early 2021, and later that year, appeared as the host of 9 Network’s Love Island Afterpart Australia.

In 2022, she landed her own mini TV series as a part of Network 10’s pilot showcase called Abbie Chats. In 2023, she began hosting a new reality series, FBoy Island Australia, on Binge. She previously hosted her own national radio show Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield on the Hit Network.

Early life

NameAbbie Chatfield
Net Worth$2 million
Occupation Media personality, Television host, Radio presenter, Podcaster.
Age28 years
Abbie Chatfield net worth

Abbie Chatfield was born on June 20, 1995 (age 28 years) and grew up in both Brisbane and on the Gold Coast. She attended St Rita’s College Brisbane and later attended Queensland University of Technology, graduating in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in property economics.


Abbie Chatfield first gained media attention in 2019 when she was the runner-up on season seven of Network 10’s The Bachelor Australia. During her tenure on the show, she received criticism for her outspoken nature and feminist viewpoint. Also in 2019, she launched her podcast It’s a Lot, on LISTNR which often appears on top of the Australian iTunes Charts.

Chatfield appeared on the third season of Network 10’s Bachelor in Paradise Australia in 2020, where she was eliminated in episode 2. In 2021, Chatfield won the seventh season of Network 10’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! for her charity Dementia Australia.

In 2021, Chatfield hosted Love Island Afterparty Australia, where she spoke about all the latest drama on going down on Love Island Australia. It is unknown whether she will continue this role in 2022 however it is rumoured that she could replace Sophie Monk as the host of Love Island Australia for the fourth season.

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In January 2022, Chatfield made a viral vaccination rant which morphed into a song called “Ketamine”, and it became a Hottest 100 contender. Also in 2022, Chatfield started hosting her own radio show Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield which will air nationally on the Hit Network.

She also joined the panel on The Masked Singer Australia for the fourth season alongside Mel B, Chrissie Swan and original panelist Dave Hughes. In May 2022, Chatfield launched her own clothing line Verbose the Label. The brand promotes inclusive sizing and diverse representation.

In June 2022, Chatfield revealed that she had landed her own TV show as a part of the pilot showcase with Network 10 called Abbie Chats. The show premiered in July 2022. Later that year in November, she launched her own beer line titled “Spill Easy Going Lager”. In December 2022, Chatfield was announced as the host of a new reality show on Binge called FBoy Island Australia. The show officially aired on 30 May 2023.

On 17 August 2023, Chatfield announced that she was stepping back from her highly popular national radio show, after hosting the show for a year and a half. She said in a video uploaded to her Instagram, that the choice to leave was entirely up to her, saying that she left purely because she didn’t want to do it anymore, and her busy schedule made it hard to commit to daily radio.

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As of November 2023, Abbie Chatfield has no husband or children. She was in an open relationship with fellow reality television contestant Konrad Bien-Stephens from 2021 after he appeared on The Bachelorette. However, in September 2022, she confirmed that she and Konrad had separated. She grew up in both the Gold Coast and Brisbane and is currently living in Bondi, where she purchased an apartment in 2022. She also invested in a house in the Byron Bay Hinterland where she resides part-time, when she has a break from work commitments in Sydney.

Abbie Chatfield net worth

How much is Abbie Chatfield worth? Abbie Chatfield net worth is estimated at around $2 million. Her main source of income is from her primary work as a media personality, television host, radio presenter and podcaster. Abbie Chatfield’s monthly salary and other career earnings are over $150,000 annually. Her remarkable career achievements have earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips. She is one of the richest and most influential people in Australia. She stands at an appealing height of 1.71m and has a good body weight which suits her personality.

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