‘Please get checked’: Married At First Sight fans tell Elizabeth Sobinoff to see a doctor after they spot a worrying detail in her latest Instagram photo
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Concerned fans have urged Married At First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff to see a doctor after spotting a suspicious mole on her chest.
Elizabeth posted a photo to Instagram of herself in a strapless top on Wednesday, and it didn’t take long for her followers to tell her to book a doctor’s appointment.
‘Seriously hun, I would get that mole checked out… Melanoma awareness. Sure it’s okay, but just check it anyways,’ one fan wrote.
Concerned: A worried fan has urged Married At First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff to see a doctor over a suspicious mole on her chest
Despite the concerns, Elizabeth insisted that she was okay.
‘It’s harmless, beautiful,’ responded the 28-year-old jewellery store manager. ‘I get them checked all the time.’
It’s not the first time Elizabeth’s fans have expressed concerns about her health.
In the comments section of a recent post shared to a MAFS Facebook group, many people commented on her dramatic weight loss.
‘She looks so thin, hope she’s okay!’ Married At First Sight fans voiced their concerns for Elizabeth’s dramatic weight loss last month
‘She looks so thin, hope she’s okay!’ one person wrote underneath a photo of Elizabeth on her wedding day from the upcoming season.
‘I worry about Elizabeth and her weight, she looks so underweight,’ another fan commented.
Similar comments included: ‘Her weight has drastically changed, I hope she’s okay’ and ‘She looks so thin, hope she’s okay.’
Concern: Underneath a photo of the 28-year-old on her wedding day from the upcoming season, users of a MAFS Facebook group shared comments including: ‘I worry about Elizabeth and her weight, she looks so underweight’
Online: ‘Her weight has drastically changed, I hope she’s okay,’ was another, as well as: ‘She looks so thin, hope she’s okay’
Elizabeth was cruelly fat shamed on her wedding day last year by Sam Ball, whom she was paired with for her first appearance on MAFS.
But she told NW magazine recently that her 10kg weight loss since then had nothing to do what Sam’s hurtful comments and was actually related to a health issue.
Elizabeth has porphyria and autoimmune disease (a mild form of Lupus), the symptoms of which include hair loss, photo sensitivity and fluctuating weight.
Rude: Viewers had shared their support for the brunette beauty last year when she was cruelly fat-shamed by her MAFS husband Sam Ball – who said she was ‘bigger’ than other girls he dated
To help with her symptoms, she often changes her diet.
‘I think I always look fabulous,’ Elizabeth told the magazine. ‘I’ve thought that when I weighed 49kg and when I’ve weighed 90kg… I’m actually dealing with some health conditions that cause my weight to fluctuate.
‘I may gain weight again and that’s okay. The most important thing is that I’ve always been mentally strong.’
Elizabeth is one half of an ‘intruder’ couple that will join MAFS later in the season.
She has been paired with retired footy player Seb Guilhaus this time around, and it’s believed they’re still together post-filming.
Transformation: Elizabeth first appeared on the show with long blonde hair extensions – but now she’s gone brunette