Although Matt Agnew has long been vocal about his feelings for Chelsie McLeod, the fan favourite— who's slated to win this season of The Bachelor—is struggling to keep her eye on the prize as she fears Matt's heart lies with another contestant.
“She’s becoming really insecure as she’s seeing the relationships Matt has with the other women,” a source spilled to New Idea. “She really thought that what they had was special, so seeing him also be intimate with the other women is really hurtful and it’s getting harder and harder for her as the show goes on.”
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It appears as though Chelsie's trust issues stem from being cheated on in a past relationship. And despite bravely opening up to Matt about her previous heartbreak during their second single date, the insider claims the situation is far worse than she's led him to believe.
“She’s actually been cheated on numerous times and she really opened up to Matt on the show and trusted what he was telling her so it would be really bad on his part if he wasn’t being genuine,” the insider dished.
“It would absolutely crush Chelsie if she was left heartbroken again.”
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From the get-go, Matt and Chelsie have had undeniable chemistry.
"It feels like she's reading the handbook of what Matt's looking for in a relationship," he gushed in a piece-to-camera during their first single date. "Every time with Chelsie,she just makes me happy.We have a ridiculous amountin common, and it's just so easyand natural when we're together.
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