Abbie Chatfield took her new rescue dog Wally as she did the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk on Wednesday morning.
The makeup free reality stood out in an all green tracksuit as she strolled along the scenic route with her pup.
Abbie, 26, appeared to have her hands full, carrying a bright orange water bottle in the same right hand she wrapped the dog leash around.
Abbie Chatfield took her new rescue dog Wally as she did the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk on Wednesday morning
She appeared to have dropped some water on her outfit, sporting a stain on the right hand pocket of the tracksuit.
She also held a paper takeaway cup in her left hand and wore Apple Earpods to enjoy some phone time on her route.
She was thoroughly prepared for her walk, having tied a pink doggy drinking bottle and a pack of doggy poop bags on the leash.
Abbie, 26, was pictured carrying a bright orange water bottle, in the same right hand she wrapped the dog leash around
Last Friday, the podcaster posted photos of Wally to her Instagram alongside a moving caption in which she paid tribute to both the new puppy and Marco, the pooch she had to put down last month.
‘I’m so happy to have a little best friend again. No poochie will ever replace my angel Marco, but I’ve been searching for a dog for a while who I can give endless love to!!! And I finally found him,’ she wrote.
‘Little Wally Has such a different personality to Marco but is equally as gorgeous.
‘He had to be rehomed due to no fault of his own or his amazing past owner, he just wasn’t getting along with another dog in the house and it was causing a lot of stress and heart ache. I’m so lucky to have found him.’
In June, Abbie tearfully revealed she and her boyfriend, Konrad Bień-Stephen, had to put their dog to sleep.
She wrote an emotional post on Instagram for her beloved Marco, an adopted cocker spaniel.
There was a range of images commemorating Marco alongside a sweet and emotional caption, requesting everyone has some roast chicken in Marco’s memory.
Abby said: ‘Hello friends and fans of Marco. We have had to make the very difficult decision to put Marco down. I’m just on my way home to Sydney to give him one more kiss’.
‘He fell asleep, it was very peaceful we went to Sash in North Ryde and they were lovely. Thank you for all your messages, it’s a bit sad tonight’ she added.
She appeared to have dropped some water on her outfit, sporting a stain on the right hand pocket of the tracksuit