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Abbie Chatfield reveals she lost six kilos in just three weeks on I’m A Celebrity

‘Look at how my pants are falling off me’: Abbie Chatfield reveals she lost six kilos in just three weeks during her appearance on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

She’s been roughing it on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

And on Wednesday, Abbie Chatfield spoke about the physical toll the reality show took on her, including significant weight loss

In a post on Instagram Stories, the 25-year-old former Bachelor star shared a photo of herself watching the Network 10 show on TV with a concerned look on her face.  

'Saying all I need to do is stay the "correct" weight is... f**ked? It implies that to have worth I need to stay thin, and that my value exists only when I fit into a standard of beauty that is not realistic,' she previously said

Losing it: Abbie Chatfield revealed she lost six kilos in just three weeks during her appearance on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

‘Also at this point I had lost 6kg in 3 weeks. Look at how my pants are falling off me wtf,’ she captioned the post. 

Abbie’s weight loss came after the show’s stars were forced to survive on rations while camping out in the jungle. 

The reality star regularly discusses her weight on social media, and in a post on Instagram in September she confessed she’s often the target of trolls. 

‘Our value doesn’t come from our weight and yes, being “fat” shouldn’t even be a bad word BUT it still sucks,’ she wrote at the time. 

Dropping kilos: She's been roughing it on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, and on Wednesday, Abbie spoke about the physical toll the reality show took on her

Dropping kilos: She’s been roughing it on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, and on Wednesday, Abbie spoke about the physical toll the reality show took on her

‘It gets exhausting and I just want it to stop. I want it to stop for me, but also for people who read these comments and think it’s the norm. 

‘Speaking about women as objects, analysing their weight and saying you would “take them for a ride” is especially repugnant. 

‘Saying all I need to do is stay the “correct” weight is… f**ked? It implies that to have worth I need to stay thin, and that my value exists only when I fit into a standard of beauty that is not realistic.’

Reminiscing: In a post on Instagram Stories, the 25-year-old former Bachelor star shared a photo of herself watching the Network 10 show on TV with a concerned look on her face

Reminiscing: In a post on Instagram Stories, the 25-year-old former Bachelor star shared a photo of herself watching the Network 10 show on TV with a concerned look on her face

'Also at this point I had lost 6kg in 3 weeks. Look at how my pants are falling off me wtf,' she wrote on Instagram. Pictured in episode one with Ash Williams

Doing it tough: Abbie's extreme weight loss came after the show's stars were forced to survive on rations while camping out in the jungle. Pictured in Wednesday's episode

‘Also at this point I had lost 6kg in 3 weeks. Look at how my pants are falling off me wtf,’ she wrote on Instagram. Pictured in episode one with Ash Williams (left) and in Wednesday’s episode (right)

Weighing in: The repeat reality star regularly discusses her weight on social media, and in a post on Instagram in September, she confessed she's often the target of trolls. Pictured in episode one of I'm A Celebrity

Weighing in: The repeat reality star regularly discusses her weight on social media, and in a post on Instagram in September, she confessed she’s often the target of trolls. Pictured in episode one of I’m A Celebrity

At the time, Abbie acknowledged that she had gained weight and admitted she was feeling insecure about her body.   

‘[I] am struggling to look in the mirror naked, throwing on a towel before I have chance to see myself, I feel like we’ve all been there?’ she continued. 

‘I’m actively trying to not suck my stomach in constantly because my lower back pain is out of control from trying to contort my body 24/7 to be more “appealing”.’ 

'Our value doesn't come from our weight and yes, being "fat" shouldn't even be a bad word BUT it still sucks,' she wrote in a lengthy post on Instagram in September

‘Our value doesn’t come from our weight and yes, being “fat” shouldn’t even be a bad word BUT it still sucks,’ she wrote in a lengthy post on Instagram in September

In an interview with Who magazine in December, Abbie admitted she was frequently ‘body shamed’ by others.   

‘I’m body shamed at every size, and unfortunately it’s become my normal,’ she told the publication. 

‘The main issue I have with these comments is not how they may impact my self-esteem, but how they appear to other women.’   

'I'm body shamed at every size, and unfortunately it's become my normal,' she told Who magazine in December. Pictured in Wednesday's episode of I'm A Celebrity

‘I’m body shamed at every size, and unfortunately it’s become my normal,’ she told Who magazine in December. Pictured in Wednesday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity

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