Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott is not the only one in the spotlight after his landslide win at the Australian Election 2013.
The spotlight is also glimmering for his daughters, Bridget, Frances and Louise to the extent that various Facebook pages were created to bully and even objectify them.
One comment said, "I have a massive "election" right now."
One comment went as far as photoshopping a horse between the two girls. The photo sparked lewd comments with one post went as far as threatening rape.
One of these Facebook pages had even reached more than 78,000 likes.
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Bridget, Frances and Louise first draw attention when Mr Abbott's campaign was famously dubbed by critics as the "Not Without my Daughters" campaign, much to their father's advantage.
Mr Abbott was once quoted describing his daughters as "not bad-looking daughters". One journalist was also quoted saying that Mr Abbott, with his three daughters was like a "man flanked with babes like an oily ganglord entering a nightclub".
However, these girls deserved more than what the Facebook bullies were doing.
Mr Abbott daughters exude class and grace.
Fairfax style journalist Paula Joye was impressed about the three girls.
"The racer-back top, sleek white jacket and edgy orange pants screamed successful, independent and strong. This was the wardrobe of alpha women," said Ms Joye about the three girls' wardrobe during one election campaign.
Melissa Hoyer, editor of Large.com said that the girls were "looking sleek, modern and fresh."
Jackie Frank, editor for Marie Claire, praised their looks.
"I felt like I was watching a Robert Palmer music video ... I thought they looked fantastic and I think we're going to get a lot of play around the world with these girls," she said.
In an interview with Harper's Bazaar magazine, the three girls shared that they are each other's stylists.
"We still live at home and it's pretty much an all-girl household most of the time - dad's never there - so we bounce ideas off each other and mum. Sometimes we'll come out in a dress we think is really nice and she'll be like, 'No you wore that out on Saturday night - and you can't wear that to an event!' We do have to be careful of the type of clothes we wear."
But most importantly, beyond their looks, these girls were remarkable for having their own opinions.
In an interview with The Weekly, Bridget said that that they are pro gay marriage.
"At the end of the day, we all have our own opinion. Bridget and I are both for gay marriage. We have not been brought up in a house where people have said it's right or wrong. That's just Dad's belief."
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