Abbie Chatfield releases her own beer after clothing line and second home purchase
Abbie Chatfield’s career trajectory shows no signs of slowing down.
The Bachelor star turned multi-hyphen can now add a brewer to his ever-expanding portfolio, announcing the release of his own beer today.
Chatfield, 27, surprised fans with her latest Instagram post about the new drink, Spill Easy Going Lager, posting an ad in which she shatters the beer stereotype.
It starts with someone in a high-vis work uniform grabbing a can of Spill in an Esky, with a male voiceover saying, “That’s my kind of beer.”
As the camera rolls, the worker is revealed to be Chatfield, who takes a sip before saying to the camera, “Yeah, that’s my kind of beer too.”
The low-carb, low-calorie lager was developed by Chatfield and Carlton & United Breweries, with the star admitting the move may seem unusual to fans.
“I know the idea of me starting a beer might seem out of place to some, but anyone who knows me knows that beer is still my favorite drink!” she said in a statement.
Chatfield, winner of I’m A Celeb 2021, who bought a $1.75 million apartment in Tamarama earlier this year, has worked hard to develop her career since her first appearance as a contestant in The single person in 2019. Despite becoming the “bad guy” of the season, Chatfield continued to land lucrative TV and radio gigs, as well as making her own corporate moves and buying real estate. advised.
The media personality launched the inclusive fashion line Verbose the Label in May this year, which offers pieces priced at $89.95 to $129.95 with sizes ranging from 6 to 26.
She also continues to host her podcast, It’s a lotas well as Hit Network’s Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield, and held a coveted spot on the Masked Singer Australia jury alongside Mel B, Dave Hughes and Chrissie Swan, for which she was reportedly paid $100,000.
Plus, she officially landed her own TV show, Abbie Catsin July as part of Channel 10’s pilot showcase.
An official 10-Piece synopsis for the show reads, “Abbie Chatfield is on a mission to explore, understand, and reveal worlds rarely seen or heard on television. Abbie delves into the two opposing ends of a subject, bringing her mark of curiosity, passion and unabashed authenticity, and asking all the questions the audience would ever dare to ask.
It’s been a busy year for Chatfield, which bought a two-bed flat in Sydney’s seaside suburb of Tamarama for $1.758 million in February.
This was the purchase of his second home, the first being a charming wooden house in the hinterland of Byron Bay known as La Casa Black.
She spent $1.45million on the two-bed, two-bathroom property, which she revealed on Mamamia’s No filter podcast is the result of his lucrative collaboration with Vush.
“So you bought a house with vibrators?” Mamamia co-founder Mia Freedman asked.
“Yeah, the vibrator went really well,” Chatfield replied.