Abbie Chatfield reveals which famous ex-boyfriend is the subject of her brutal Insta snub

The Bachelor 2019 breakout star settled speculation once and for all.

Abbie Chatfield has clarified which of her famous exes her most recent Instagram snub is about and it’s not who you’d expect!

Or is it?

The FBOY Island Australia host dropped a not-so-subtle jab at a former flame in a recent Instagram Story after confirming her “really healthy relationship” with Peking Duk musician Adam Hyde.

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Adam Hyde and Abbie Chatfield. Supplied.

Taking to the ‘gram, Abbie shared a clip of herself with the caption: “When the guy you’re dating is actually talented and you don’t have to pretend to like his art xx.”

Before hard-launching her romance with Adam — who also performs solo under the stage name Keli Holiday – the 28-year-old most notably dated Konrad Bien-Stephen, Todd King, and Matt Agnew.

But Abbie’s post begs the question: which allegedly untalented ex could she be referring to?

Under an Instagram post by Pedestrian.TV about her cheeky Story, The Bachelor 2019 breakout star settled speculation once and for all.

“It’s all of them,” she penned. And well-played!

Abbie Chatfield dishes on whether she and Adam Hyde are monogamous

Abbie’s diss comes after she revealed during a recent episode of her podcast, It’s A Lot, that she and Adam are in a monogamous relationship.

The revelation came about during a Q&A episode featuring her boyfriend, during which she admitted she had concerns that Adam would want to be “open” as he’d been in previous relationships, and also given his career as a touring DJ.

Adam Hyde. Supplied.

However, when she expressed she wanted to be “monogamous”, Adam was all for it.

“We’ll talk about [being open] down the line,” Abbie said, with Adam adding that they’re “more monogamous than we originally thought”.

“But who’s to say, we’re open to having that conversation down the line,” he admitted.

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