Abbie Chatfield reveals the VERY crude nickname she's given boyfriend Konrad Bien-Stephens as she goes into graphic detail about their sex life
She is never afraid to speak her mind on her tell-all podcast It's A Lot.
And Abbie Chatfield went into graphic detail about her sex life with boyfriend Konrad Bien-Stephens on Wednesday's episode.
The 26-year-old also revealed the crude nickname she'd given him because of his bedroom prowess.
Raunchy! Abbie Chatfield (left) went into graphic detail about her sex life with boyfriend Konrad Bien-Stephens (right) on Wednesday's episode of her tell-all podcast It's A Lot
Her choice of nickname comes from an episode of Sex and the City, in which Kristin Davis' character Charlotte Yorke dates a man who enjoys performing oral sex.
'Now I am with "Mr P***y" and it's wonderful,' Abbie said of Konrad, before praising the former Bachelorette star's sexual talents.
She described her partner as a thorough lover who makes sure she climaxes multiple times whenever they are intimate.
'He is... it's f**king insane,' she said to her guest, comedian Remy Kassimir.
Abbie went Instagram official with Konrad in November 2021, during his appearance on Brooke Blurton's season of The Bachelorette.
Cunning linguist: The 26-year-old also revealed the crude nickname she'd given Konrad because of his bedroom prowess: 'Mr P***y'
The admission comes just days after Abbie made another raunchy sex confession on her podcast, proving she's anything but vanilla in the bedroom.
'I used to do anal all the time - sometimes honestly more frequently than vaginal penetration,' Abbie said.
The former Bachelor star made the admission while speaking to media personality Sean Szeps about the use of 'poppers'.
Trooper: Abbie recently confessed she was anything but vanilla in the bedroom, revealing last week: 'I used to do anal all the time - sometimes more frequently than vaginal penetration'
Poppers is the colloquial term for the drug amyl nitrite, which gives users a small buzz and relaxes the muscles before sex.
Abbie's producer Max revealed you can use the drug before, during or after sex.
Abbie said she'd been described by friends as a 'trooper' for doing it 'amyl-less', which she said required training with 'bigger and bigger butt plugs' and lubricant.
Racy: Abbie made the admission while speaking to media personality Sean Szeps about the use of 'poppers', or amyl nitrite, which gives users a buzz and relaxes the muscles before sex