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“Bachelor” alum Sarah Trott apparently considers “Queen” Victoria Larson to be a royal pain in the neck.
Trott — who chose to leave “Bachelor” Matt James’ season on Monday night’s episode — posted a shady message on Instagram that appears to be aimed at Larson, who goes by the nickname “Queen Victoria.”
“Real queens fix each other’s crowns,” Trott, 24, posted alongside a note about what the phrase “women supporting women” means to her.
“To me, it means sharing encouragement instead of judgment. Refraining from negative comments even when it’s sometimes easier to say something mean instead of something nice,” wrote Trott, who shared several tense moments with Larson and the other contestants on Monday’s episode.
The broadcast journalist added it also means “valuing community over competition,” and said it “does NOT mean you have to pretend to like everyone always.”
“But it DOES mean being a good person, keeping your head up and refraining from degrading another human being. You never know the internal battles another person is going through. At the end of the day, please just be a decent, kind individual.”
Trott, who received a rose from James during last week’s episode following a steamy one-on-one date, this week began to annoy her fellow contestants when she crashed a group date. The drama reached a boiling point and Trott ended up deciding to leave the show.
When Trott told James of her decision, she spoke about how she was treated by her fellow contestants, as well as the difficulties of being away from her family — including her father, who was back home battling ALS.
“I won’t stop thinking about you,” James, 29, told her.
Trott, who has been linked to G-Eazy in the past, replied to James: “I’m going to miss you.”
“The Bachelor” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.
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