It hasn't even been a week since this year's The Bachelor winners Matt Agnew and Chelsie McLeod broke up, but Chelsie isn't dwelling on the negatives.
In fact, the blonde beauty seems to have taken a swipe at her ex via Instagram, after she shared a photo from her time on the reality show celebrating the friends she made in the process.
On Thursday, Chelsie posted a snap from a group date when a handful of Matt's Bachelorettes went skydiving.
In the photo, Chelsie, along with fellow contestants Nichole Wood, Helena Sauzier and Sogand Mohtat smile for the camera in their jumpsuits and Chelsie's caption simply reads: "Take the good with the bad."
Many of the former Bachelor contestants were quick to comment on Chelsie's sweet snap, proving that your gal pals are the best people to have around following a break up. Especially if they dated him too!
"Very well said my love," Emma Roche wrote while fan favourite Elly Miles penned, "Exactly beautiful! 💖 We love you. You're a ray of sunshine & you deserve the bloody world. xxxx."
Sogand, who stars in the photo in question also commented: "God I miss you! And that cute laugh of yours 😭🥰♥️"
Rumours that Matt and Chelsie's break up wasn't as amicable as it seems surfaced after former contestant Rachael Arahill (yep, the one who went for 'Plan B') dropped a shady comment on Instagram.
When a fan commented on the break up post: "omg no, I wanna know why 😭" Rachael responded, "so does Chelsie".
Those Bachie girls are nothing but loyal!
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Despite being painted as the season's villain, runner-up Abbie Chatfield also shared her support for Chelsie following the break up.
The 23 year-old revealed via her Instagram stories that she had been inundated with messages saying it was now "her shot" with Matt but shut down any rumours that she would be moving in on her reality TV ex.
"My contact with Matt ended when I walked away from him at finale, and I am very good friends with Chelsie and love her very much," she wrote in her statement.
"These comments are unnecessary and aren't helping anyone. I have nothing to do with their relationship or their breakup, so I'd appreciate it if I was left out of the conversation. Matt and Chels are great humans and I want them to both be happy."