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Whatever Happened To Hannah Ferrier From Below Deck Mediterranean?

Hannah Ferrier was a staple on Below Deck Mediterranean, one of Bravo's most popular reality series, for five long seasons. The chief stew served under Captain Mark Howard in season 1, and Captain Sandy Yawn in subsequent seasons. Ferrier's dry, sassy nature and low tolerance for nonsense made her a fan-favorite among viewers, but she didn't always get along with her crew mates. Over the course of five seasons, we saw Ferrier battle it out with chef Adam Glick, chef Ben Robinson, and second stew Christine "Bugsy" Drake, to name a few.

Ferrier's biggest adversary in the series was Captain Sandy Yawn, as the two women could never see eye-to-eye. Yawn often took the side of the guests whenever there was an issue, and didn't back up her crew, which was detrimental to her relationship with Ferrier. It was ultimately Yawn who put an end to Ferrier's stint on Below Deck Mediterranean, after fellow crew member Malia reported her to Sandy for possession of unregistered prescription drugs. Since Ferrier did not log her prescription medicine with her Captain when she boarded the boat to work, she was removed from her position, and left the reality series that brought her to fame.

Hannah Ferrier has started a family and new businesses since leaving Below Deck Mediterranean

While season 5 of Below Deck Mediterranean was airing, Ferrier revealed on social media that she was expecting her first child with her now-fiancé Josh Roberts, according to People. On October 26, 2020, Ferrier and Roberts welcomed their baby girl to the world, and announced her arrival on Instagram. Hannah and her beaux are not married yet, but she has previously mentioned she's not in a rush to walk down the aisle.

In her professional life, Ferrier is now a podcast host as of August 2020. The former chief stew's new podcast is based on her old diaries, entitled Dear Diary, You're Effed. The show revolves around old stories from Ferrier's younger years, and explores how they parallel issues encountered by adults.

She also launched a new business in 2020 called the Ocean International Training Academy with former co-star Nastia Surmava, which helps yachting prospects enter the industry. Ferrier has mentioned how expensive it is to obtain a STCW (Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping) to The Daily Dish, so she has created a program for prospects to figure out if yachting is something they really want to do, before dishing out the $2,000 it costs to get the certification necessary to enter the industry.