The cute pictures come weeks after rumours began swirling that the property analyst had finally love again, with multiple sources claiming she was completely over Matt Agnew and ready to move on with her life.
“Abbie has been talking to multiple guys on Instagram including … last year’s runner-up from Ali Oetjen’s season of The Bachelorette, Todd King,” an insider dished last month.
Another clued up sources also revealed days later that Abbie had been "bragging" about her hot new lover, however wasn't ready to reveal his identity.
"I am dating someone, but I can’t say who it is,” she apparently gushed to another former Bachelor contestant. “I wish I could tell you, but I can’t.”
Over the weekend, the supposed "mean girl" opened up about her unfair portrayal on The Bachelor, admitting she was set up by the producers and her fellow contestants. In the lengthy essay— which was published on Whimn— Abbie also revealed she was bullied for three months straight after the show aired, admitting: "I never did anything mean to any of the women, beyond spilling the beans on the 'dog c***' saga".
"I am not completely naïve. I knew that I wouldn’t be best friends with every woman in The Bachelor house. I am self-aware enough to know that I have a strong, sarcastic personality that can often be polarising. However, I did not expect to be targeted by my fellow bachelorettes, and subsequently by the public," she wrote.
Abbie continued: “No one understood how Matt could be constantly hearing about my perceived flaws and keep handing me roses. The public and the media assumed that I must be some sort of master manipulator, all due to nothing but the sentiments echoed by the women in the house. No one thought that perhaps I was being unfairly targeted in an environment that breeds jealousy and suspicion. Matt saw me for who I was and that’s why I stayed.”
She concluded her essay by asking reality TV fans to be "kind" to contestants and to remind them that they are real people with real feelings.