Just hours after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Australian reality star Abbie Chatfield said she was not happy that a man was ruling the new Commonwealth.
Queen Elizabeth II died in Balmoral, Scotland, on September 9 and was the United Kingdom’s longest-serving monarch, reigning for 70 years.
Soon after the news broke, TV personality Abbie took to her Instagram Story to share her critique of the new male Monarch.
Abbie prefaced her video by admitting it was “obviously sad” that “someone” (read: the literal Queen of England) had died and explained that she’s “not a fan” of colonialism. This was a valid point, with the Queen crowned in the same time period as atrocities like the Stolen Generation.
Abbie Chatfield Explains Why She Feels “a Bit Sick” That King Charles III Is Now The Reigning Monarch
The 27-year-old remarked that she felt “a bit sick” about the idea that King Charles III was now in power.
“It isn’t the 1700s – the King? Ew! Oh my god, I knew this day was coming, but I don’t like it,” the former Bachie star said. pretending to gag. Well, there are several more generations of male heirs to the throne comin’ our way, babe, so buckle in!
Abbie went on to name and shame several Instagram accounts that privately messaged her to disagree with her bold comments, calling them “trolls”.
Soz, Your Majesty, Kween Abbie doesn’t approve…
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