Bondi Vet’s Dr Kate Adams Reveals Why She’s Still Single at 38

Bondi Vet’s Dr Kate Adams reveals why she’s still single at 38 — and why most men just like the ‘idea’ of dating beautiful women

  • dr. Kate Adams is best known for her lead role in Channel Nine’s Bondi Vet Vet
  • She recently revealed that she has a hard time dating because men find her intimidating
  • dr. Kate believes men feel threatened by accomplished and successful women

The talented star of the hit TV series Bondi Vet says she is still single because the majority of men are intimidated by successful women.

In a recent interview on news.com.au’s weekly podcast, Sorting dating a bitdr. Kate Adams, best known for her starring role on the hit Channel Nine programme, revealed that she finds dating difficult due to her high-flying career.

The 38-year-old vet, who was engaged twice in her twenties before breaking up both, argues that while men may be remotely attracted to beautiful, over-achieving women, the reality of a relationship with them is very different.

‘When confronted with women’ [excelling in] traditionally male areas like business, they don’t know what to do,” said Dr Kate.

“I think sometimes it’s a little too much.”

Bondi Vet star Dr. Kate Adams (pictured) recently revealed that she finds dating difficult because of her high-flying career

The 38-year-old vet (pictured) states that although men are attracted to beautiful, overachieving women from a distance, the reality of a relationship with them is very different

The 38-year-old vet (pictured) states that although men are attracted to beautiful, overachieving women from a distance, the reality of a relationship with them is very different

Over the years, Dr. Kate said she realized that there are many men who are simply not interested in dating successful women.

‘There’s a dominance that exists when I’m at work…it’s what’ [pet] owners need me to get the situation under control and make decisions in a crisis’, she explains.

‘I think these qualities are then perceived as masculine…[but] below that I’m actually very feminine.’

dr. Kate said that while she doesn’t believe she is dominant or “overly dominant” in her personal life, men assume she will carry the qualities she needs to do her job in her romantic relationships.

dr.  Kate (pictured) doesn't believe she is dominant or

dr. Kate (pictured) doesn’t believe she is dominant or “overly controlling” in her personal life, but said men assume she will carry the qualities she needs to do her job in her relationships

Over the years, Dr Kate (pictured) said she realized that there are many men who are simply not interested in dating successful women

Over the years, Dr Kate (pictured) said she realized that there are many men who are simply not interested in dating successful women

She said she feels like she’s been put into a “Jennifer Aniston-esque stereotype” of the highly successful and mature single woman who has repeatedly been unlucky in love.

dr. Kate admitted that she has considered marrying and divorcing someone purely to escape this story.

Hostess Jana Hocking agreed, saying she also felt the pressure to settle down as a woman in her thirties.

In a separate interview with Adelaide Now, Dr. Kate that she had to pick up the bill for her dates more than once.

The esteemed vet said it has happened so often in a restaurant or cafe that she would be “shocked” if a man paid for her meal.

dr.  Kate (pictured) admitted she considered marrying and divorcing someone purely to escape the 'Jennifer Aniston' successful stereotype of a single woman

dr. Kate (pictured) admitted she considered marrying and divorcing someone purely to escape the ‘Jennifer Aniston’ successful stereotype of a single woman

dr. Kate joined ‘Bondi Vet: Coast to Coast’ in 2019, as one of five new vets to take on the role of Dr. Chris Brown on the show.

She has owned Bondi Vet Hospital in Sydney for several years now.

She is also the director of Cannpal Animal Therapeutics and the founder of Thankly.com, a website where you can send thank you notes online.

dr. Kate moved from Melbourne to Sydney in 2010 and lives in a terraced house in the leafy suburb of Paddington, a 10-minute drive from the CBD.

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