Kerri Sackville is an Australian author, columnist, and social commentator, and - according to the Daily Mail, when they quoted her searing commentary on The Bachelorette - a 'media personality'. She writes regularly for Sunday Life magazine, SMH online and news.com.au, on topics ranging from sex and relationships to parenting, mental health, current affairs, and whether white chocolate is real chocolate (it isn't). Kerri's work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Telegraph, Maddison, Women's Weekly Online, SBS Life, Mamamia.com, Grazia UK, The Sunday Times UK, Bide magazine, OK magazine and the Australian Jewish News. She has made frequent appearances on television programs including Sunrise, The Daily Edition, Mornings on Channel 9, Mamamia TV and The Circle, and regularly pops up on various radio stations including Mix 106.5, 2DayFM, 2UE and the ABC networks. Kerri lives in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs with her son and two daughters, and a rescue cat called Penny. In her spare time she enjoys drinking coffee with friends, lying very still on the couch, and browsing desultorily through Tinder.