Abbie Chatfield reveals she’ll be going to the ‘Invasion Day’ marches on Thursday to protest Australia Day celebrations
The reality TV star, 27, shared a poster to Instagram showing where the protest marches would be held across Australia’s capital cities and gave it her support.
‘Invasion Day is tomorrow. See you at the marches,’ she wrote alongside the photo.
Abbie Chatfield (pictured) has revealed she will be attending an ‘Invasion Day’ march on Thursday to protest Australia Day celebrations
She added ‘always was, always will be’ and asked her followers to message her if any of the times changed.
Many of Abbie’s followers were quick to ‘like’ her post including The Project star Georgie Tunny.
It comes after Abbie slammed talk of her slimmed-down figure in an interview with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month.
The reality TV star, 27, shared a poster to Instagram showing where the protest rallies would be held across Australia’s capital cities and gave it her support
‘I don’t think it’s anyone’s business why someone might have lost weight, unless they express it themselves without being prompted,’ she said.
‘People on Instagram love to tell me when my own body is changing, as though I don’t have a mirror.’
She went on to insist she is healthy and that weight loss isn’t always the result of changing your diet and exercise regime.
‘Invasion Day is tomorrow. See you at the marches,’ she wrote alongside the photo
‘Weight loss happens because of a myriad of things… I am very proud of my relationship with food and exercise,’ she said.
Abbie revealed last year on her podcast It’s A Lot that stress was making her lose her appetite.
‘I’m having a really hard time eating,’ she said at the time.
‘I’m having trouble finding time to eat, and then when I find time to eat I’m having a really hard time chewing food and swallowing. ‘
It comes after Abbie slammed talk of her slimmed-down figure earlier this month