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Entertainment Why Matt Agnew's Family Didn't Appear In 'The Bachelor' Finale

08:35  20 september  2019
08:35  20 september  2019 Source:   elle.com.au

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Matt Agnew ' s family were nowhere to be seen during the finale episode of The Bachelor Australia 2019, but there's a very good "I've got two siblings in the UK, in London. I've got a sibling and my folks in Perth," Matt told TV WEEK, with the Melbourne-based astrophysicist adding he finds it really

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a group of people posing for the camera: Although Matt Agnew's close friends Kate and Jason made appearances in the finale, many fans were wondering: why wasn't his family there? According to... © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Although Matt Agnew's close friends Kate and Jason made appearances in the finale, many fans were wondering: why wasn't his family there? According to...

Matt Agnew hasn't been the most traditional Bachelor. He's the first astrophysicist The Bachelor Australia has ever had, and also bucked tradition in Thursday night's finale, when he brought along two of his friends to meet Chelsie and Abbie, instead of his family.

Naturally, many fans took to Twitter to share their confusion over Matt's apparent lack of kin (although, we were all very happy to see Kate again!).

"Is Matt an orphan?" one asked.

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Matt Agnew broke with tradition during Thursday night' s Bachelor finale , when two of his friends met his last remaining contestants instead of his parents. Matt also addressed his missing family on Instagram, sharing a post which read: ' In the last few steps of this journey, it' s my closest friends, my

Matt Agnew ' s job. According to his LinkedIn profile, 31 year-old Matt is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne University of Technology and has been for the last three years. With a double undergraduate degree in science and engineering, a masters of

"Does Matt not have a family?" added another.

As it turns out, there's a reasonable explanation as to why Matt chose to bring along his 'Melbourne family'. A few months ago, Matt did an interview with TV WEEK, in which he divulged some private details about his family which may hint as to why they didn't feature in the finale.

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In the interview, it was revealed that Melbourne-based Matt is one of four kids, with two of his siblings residing overseas, while his parents live in Perth, which meant there would have been a lot of travel necessary to make it to South Africa for filming.

"I've got two siblings in the U.K., in London. I've got a sibling and my folks in Perth," Matt told TV WEEK, before adding that he finds it hard to be so far away from his family.

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And on Friday, Matt Agnew and Chelsie McLeod revealed they accidentally almost spoiled the On Thursday night' s Bachelor finale , Matt confessed his love for Chelsie in the beautiful setting of South Why not be the first to send us your thoughts, or debate this issue live on our message boards.

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"It is [hard]. I spent a couple of years living in Sweden. So I was away from them then. Because I have travelled a lot and lived in other places… you always miss friends and family, but the fact is you slot back in immediately when you see them.

"You treasure the moments more when you're together, because sometimes it can be few and far between. It'd be nice to have everyone you love really close at all times, but it's so easy to stay in touch, and it makes it so wonderful when you do get to be together."

In another interview with Now To Love in July, Matt also revealed that his parents were initially concerned about him appearing on the show.

"My parents especially had their concerns," he said (quote via The Daily Mail).

"They were worried about how it might impact my career and how I'd go with suddenly being this very public person. After their initial reservations, they looked into the show a bit more and found out about the successful relationships—and babies!—that have come from it and then they got really excited."

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Fans of The Bachelor Australia will finally get to watch Matt Agnew make his final choice during Thursday night' s finale . And while it' s normal for stars to keep a low profile in days leading up to the last episode, it appears Matt hasn' t been seen publicly for weeks. The astrophysicist has posted a series

Distance and doubts aside, Matt revealed that he often turns to family and friends to help him through tough life decisions, and that being unable to contact them during The Bachelor was especially difficult.

"That was probably one of the hardest parts of the experience—not having access to people that help me during tough times and making tough calls," he told TV WEEK.

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