Bachelor winner Chelsie's x-rated confession

Sarah Carty
Features & Style Editor

While Abbie Chatfield was very open about her sexual desires during her stint on The Bachelor, the eventual winner, Chelsie McLeod, kept schtum on the Channel 10 show.

But just hours after being announced as the one who had won Matt Agnew’s heart on the reality show, the 28-year-old chemical engineer has waxed lyrical about their first night together.

In a candid interview with KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O on Friday morning, Chelsie said she was “dying” to have some alone time with 32-year-old astrophysicist Matt.

Chelsie McLeod has revealed she was 'dying' to get Matt Agnew on his own. Photo: Channel 10

“We were just sitting on the couch making out and then we were like, f**k it, we’re doing it obviously,” Chelsie said.

“I'm glad we had it a few times,” she continued, with a shocked Kyle saying: “In one night!?”

A playful Matt chimed in saying: “Before we get shipped back to Australia, we get to have one night together.”

Chelsie McLeod wins The Bachelor Australia 2019

Viewers were delighted last night when Matt picked Chelsie as the winner of the show, after he dumped Abbie Chatfield in South Africa.

Hand-in-hand with the blonde beauty, the handsome astrophysicist revealed, “I didn’t believe in the perfect woman until I met you”.

“Chelsie I love you,” he gushed.

“What?” a clearly taken aback Chelsie replied, before admitting, “Thank God!”

“You make me want to believe in fairytales because when I’m with you I feel like I’m living one,” a beaming Matt went on to say.

He then presented his lady love with a ring “to mark the occasion,” which he slipped on Chelsie’s middle finger.

Matt Agnew’s ‘savage’ dumping of Abbie

Since then, Matt has faced a barrage of backlash on Twitter for how he savagely dumped Abbie before confessing his love for Chelsie.

“She. Is. Pissed,” one person said, while another wrote: “If I were Abbie, I’d be mad about the flight home too”.

After the episode aired, Abbie took to Instagram to share a candid insight into the heartbreaking experience, revealing that she “spent weeks crying” after the finale, and hasn’t yet “fully healed”.

“The only way I can describe this moment is complete and utter shock,” she said.

“I was numb. I couldn’t and didn’t want to feel anything. I had felt for weeks that what Matt and I had was real and I trusted him wholeheartedly when he told me how he felt about me.”

She went on to say that she fully expected to leave the show and start a life together and was heartbroken that “he did not see in me what I saw in him.”

“I felt silly for ever imagining Matt would love me. It was like emotional whiplash. I was so confused and it felt like I was in a dystopian reality. The second the cameras turned off, I sobbed. I screamed. I couldn’t breathe.”

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