Rebecca Judd was feeling nostalgic on Friday.
The AFL WAG posted a photo of themselves and BFF Nadia Bartel on the beach on Instagram during their recent European trip.
The two women showed off their cleavage in tiny bikinis as they sipped rose wine.
Nadia looked fabulous in a two-piece white thong, while Bec showed off her washboard abs in a red swimsuit paired with petite jeans.
She also wore a Loewe denim sun hat, while Nadia covered her face in a straw cowboy hat.
Rebecca Judd posted a photo of herself and BFF Nadia Bartel on the beach on Friday during their recent European trip on Instagram
Nadia and Bec have been friends for years and support each other by promoting their brands on Instagram.
Most recently, Bec modeled one of Nadia’s Henne designs.
She shared on Instagram a clip of herself in one of Nadia’s streetwear designs, wearing the $209 Ergi Cargo Pant.
She paired it with the Isabella bodysuit, worth $149.
The mother of four showed off a number of looks in the clip, pairing the pants with both heels and sneakers.
Nadia and Bec have been friends for years and support each other by promoting their brands on Instagram. Most recently, Bec modeled one of Nadia’s Henne designs
It comes after Bec reflected on her cultural background when talking to Stellar this weekend.
Bec, who will soon begin The Amazing Race, revealed she is Māori on her mother’s side, with fans rarely guessing it as her heritage.
“Mum’s side is Māori so we took a lot of trips to New Zealand as kids,” the runway star told the publication.
‘No one will ever guess I’m Māori. No one. Ever.’
She shared on Instagram a clip of herself in one of Nadia’s streetwear designs, wearing the Ergi Cargo Pant, worth $209. Bec paired it with the Isabella bodysuit, worth $149
Bec said her grandfather owns a large farm in New Zealand where their family regularly enjoys a hāngī – a traditional way of steaming food underground.
“My father has a big farm, and every time we went there, we would have all the uncles and aunts come over and have a hāngī,” she added.
During Bec’s extensive Stellar interview, she also spoke to the publication about her working-class roots.
“We didn’t have much growing up and every dollar counted, so we really respected our food, our home, and our belongings,” she said.
Bec revealed that she is part Māori during an interview with Stellar this weekend. Here with her father and son Oscar
Both Rebecca’s mother and father, Hugh Twigley and Kerry Brown, are from New Zealand.
They lived in a small crayfish fishing village called Leeman.
The couple moved to Western Australia in the late 1970s to take advantage of the mining boom, before having Rebecca and their older sister Kate.
Kerry and Hugh separated early in Bec’s childhood, but remain close friends.
“When they moved, my mom was 16 and my dad was 22… they were like two kids,” Rebecca previously told the Herald Sun.
“I look back and think, ‘I can’t believe they were ever together,'” Bec added.
Bec is married to former AFL star Chris Judd and the couple have four children: Oscar, 12, Billie, nine, and twins Darcy and Tom, six.
Bec is married to former AFL star Chris Judd and the couple have four children: Oscar, 12, Billie, nine, and twins Darcy and Tom, six. Pictured