Abbie Chatfield shows off her extreme cleavage in a tiny crop top as she runs errands in Tamarama


The Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield almost revealed more than she bargained for when she stepped out to pick up takeaway near her $1.7million apartment in Tamarama, Sydney on Wednesday. 

The 26-year-old put on an incredibly busty display in a tiny crop top, which she teamed with very small high-waisted bike shorts.   

The sighting comes after Abbie revealed she has just been diagnosed with ADHD

Her cup runneth over! Abbie Chatfield showed off her extreme cleavage in a tiny crop top as she ran errands near her beachside home in Tamarama, Sydney on Wednesday

Her cup runneth over! Abbie Chatfield showed off her extreme cleavage in a tiny crop top as she ran errands near her beachside home in Tamarama, Sydney on Wednesday

Her cup runneth over! Abbie Chatfield showed off her extreme cleavage in a tiny crop top as she ran errands near her beachside home in Tamarama, Sydney on Wednesday 

Abbie wore a black sports bra with fluro green bike shorts and a pair of black sandals.  

The reality star-turned-radio host went makeup free and tied her curly locks up and off her face and into a high messy bun. 

Abbie grabbed a coffee from her local café and doted on her adorable pet pooch Marco on the outing. 

Showing off her best assets: The 26-year-old put on an incredibly busty display in a tiny crop top, which she teamed with very small high-waisted bike shorts

Showing off her best assets: The 26-year-old put on an incredibly busty display in a tiny crop top, which she teamed with very small high-waisted bike shorts

Showing off her best assets: The 26-year-old put on an incredibly busty display in a tiny crop top, which she teamed with very small high-waisted bike shorts

Natural beauty: The reality star-turned-radio host went makeup free and tied her curly locks up and off her face and into a high messy bun

Natural beauty: The reality star-turned-radio host went makeup free and tied her curly locks up and off her face and into a high messy bun

Natural beauty: The reality star-turned-radio host went makeup free and tied her curly locks up and off her face and into a high messy bun 

At one point, she bent over to grab Marco by the collar and almost spilled out of her crop top. 

Abbie revealed on her Hot Nights With Abbie radio show this week that she’s ‘finally’ been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the age of 26.

She said she’d been trying to get a diagnosis for her symptoms for 18 months.

Abbie also said she was disappointed the process was so difficult and ‘inaccessible’ to many, after going to great lengths to get an appointment with a psychiatrist, which eventually cost her ‘around $700’.

Candid: Abbie revealed on her Hot Nights With Abbie radio show this week that she's 'finally' been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the age of 26

Candid: Abbie revealed on her Hot Nights With Abbie radio show this week that she's 'finally' been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the age of 26

Candid: Abbie revealed on her Hot Nights With Abbie radio show this week that she’s ‘finally’ been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the age of 26

‘I’m very happy to say, she got a diagnosis,’ Abbie told her co-host Rohan Edwards. 

‘Now I am going to go on medication, the psychiatrist said that I can listen to podcasts, and there’s lots of different coping mechanisms that I can research.’

ADHD is a mental health condition with symptoms that include trouble focusing, hyperactivity and impulsive behaviour.

The adult condition is treated similarly to that of childhood ADHD, with medication and counselling, according to the Mayo Clinic.

‘My whole anxiety is feeling that I’m always behind on something – you know, like on holiday, and you think you’ve forgotten something very important? That’s my feeling at all times,’ Abbie said.

In an Instagram video explaining her symptoms, Abbie said she is ‘unable to sleep a lot’ because of her constant flow of thoughts, and often forgets where things are. She also goes through periods of ‘hyperactivity’.

She added: ‘A lot of women get diagnosed in adulthood, and their symptoms will get confused with anxiety and depression.’ 

'I'm very happy to say, she got a diagnosis,' Abbie told her co-host Rohan Edwards. 'Now I am going to go on medication, the psychiatrist said that I can listen to podcasts, and there's lots of different coping mechanisms that I can research'

'I'm very happy to say, she got a diagnosis,' Abbie told her co-host Rohan Edwards. 'Now I am going to go on medication, the psychiatrist said that I can listen to podcasts, and there's lots of different coping mechanisms that I can research'

‘I’m very happy to say, she got a diagnosis,’ Abbie told her co-host Rohan Edwards. ‘Now I am going to go on medication, the psychiatrist said that I can listen to podcasts, and there’s lots of different coping mechanisms that I can research’

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk



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