Married At First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff reveals she was on disability pension before fame

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Married At First Sight star Elizabeth Sobinoff has candidly spoken about her difficult and lengthy battle with chronic illness. 

Talk to ex Big Brother Star Garth Saville on his podcast, In The Bath With Aunty Garth, the 29-year-old described her health troubles as a ‘horror story’, explaining that her condition was so bad she couldn’t even work. 

‘Before I went on Married At First Sight, I hadn’t worked for over a decade. I was on a disability pension because I had a misdiagnosis and everything,’ she revealed. 

'I was on a disability pension': Married At First Sight's Elizabeth Sobinoff, 29, (pictured) has revealed she was on disability pension before finding fame

‘I was on a disability pension’: Married At First Sight’s Elizabeth Sobinoff, 29, (pictured) has revealed she was on disability pension before finding fame

‘It was a horror story come to life, what had happened,’ she said.  

Elizabeth decided to return to returned to the workforce in 2018 after nabbing a job managing a Sydney jewellery store. 

‘It was crazy that I’d just started work again,’ Elizabeth explained, adding that her parents were worried about her getting a job ‘after everything she’d been through.’ 

'Horror story': Appearing on In The Bath With Aunty Garth podcast this week, Elizabeth described her lengthy battle with chronic illness troubles as a 'horror story'. Pictured: Garth Saville and Elizabeth Sobinoff

‘Horror story’: Appearing on In The Bath With Aunty Garth podcast this week, Elizabeth described her lengthy battle with chronic illness troubles as a ‘horror story’. Pictured: Garth Saville and Elizabeth Sobinoff 

Just days after she stared the new job, the then-blonde was scouted by Married At First Sight producers during her lunch break and eventually scored a role on the 2019 series.  

Elsewhere in her interview, Elizabeth spoke about the controversy surrounding her recent extreme weight loss.  

‘I’ve actually had a problem with being underweight most of my life. I have a blood condition where you need high calories,’ she told Garth.  

'I've actually had a problem with being underweight most of my life': Elsewhere in her interview, Elizabeth spoke about the controversy surrounding her recent extreme weight loss. Pictured in February 2020

‘I’ve actually had a problem with being underweight most of my life’: Elsewhere in her interview, Elizabeth spoke about the controversy surrounding her recent extreme weight loss. Pictured in February 2020 

Hitting back: In February, Elizabeth blasted her skinny shamers by sharing a throwback photo of herself from 2015 (pictured) that proved her weight has always fluctuated

Pictured: Elizabeth in late 2019

Hitting back: In February, Elizabeth blasted her skinny shamers by sharing a throwback photo of herself from 2015 that proved her weight has always fluctuated. Pictured left in 2015, right in 2019 

Elizabeth, who shed an estimated 10kg prior to appearing on Married At First Sight for a second time in 2020, said that she’d even been accused of being anorexic at one point in her life. 

She insisted: ‘Even before I got misdiagnosed, I was severely underweight… I naturally don’t carry a lot of weight.; 

‘Like, I’m curvy, I’ve got shape to me. But I lose weight very easily,’ she said.  

Dramatic weight loss: Following her appearance on MAFS last year, Elizabeth shed an estimated 10kgs. Pictured on MAFS 2019

Pictured: Elizabeth in February 2020

Dramatic weight loss: Following her appearance on MAFS last year, Elizabeth shed an estimated 10kgs. Pictured left on MAFS 2019, right in February 2020 

Elizabeth previously told 9Honey that she had been diagnosed with two debilitating chronic illnesses in 2018.  

The first illness is Porphyria, a blood disorder that can affect the nervous systems and other organs, including the skin. 

The second is Autoimmune disease, a mild form of Lupus that causes her body to attack itself. 

The way she was:  Elizabeth is pictured in March 2019

Shrinking frame: Elizabeth is pictured in October 2019

Now and then: Speaking to 9Honey in March last year, Elizabeth revealed she suffers from two chronic health conditions, Porphyria, a blood disorder, and an autoimmune disease, which is a mild form of Lupus. Pictured left in March 2019, right in October 2019 

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