Influencer shares steamy topless sauna pics to make things up to her fans
TV star and influencer Abbie Chatfield has got fans hot under the collar with some steamy sauna snaps.
The 27-year-old Australian star, who boasts 452,000 Instagram followers, took to the site to share the topless snaps.
She said she was posting them to 'make up' for the fact that she hasn't posted anything on the site for a month.
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The photos saw the The Masked Singer Australia star wearing just a thong in a sauna.
However, she made sure to cover her bare chest with a towel.
Abbie ran her hands through her wet locks and wore minimal makeup as she got hot and sweaty.
While she played with her tresses in one pic, in another she leaned forward and stuck her tongue out seductively.
The stunner also showed her booty in another snap and was seen being sprayed with water to cool off in another.
Captioning the post, she wrote: "5 slides to make up for the fact I haven’t posted anything but work in a month."
Fans seemed to forgive her, as the post racked up more than 32,000 likes.
"Apology accepted," wrote one, as another asked: "How do you look this good in a sauna?"
"Gorgeous," added a third, while a fourth exclaimed: "The best you’ve ever looked!"
Abbie has hit headlines in the UK a number of times over the years – usually for racy reasons.
She left people stunned by revealing her ex-boyfriend 'made her orgasm 21 times a day' back in November last year.
Abbie also shared her 'super strong' sex toy with fans back in April 2021 – and even released cheeky matching earrings alongside it.
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