Not an inch to squeeze! Rebecca Judd shows off her SMALL figure and muscular arms while applying fake brown at home while isolating herself
Rebecca Judd makes the most of her time in self-isolation.
On Thursday, 37-year-old footy WAG shared a video on Instagram in which she applied a fake tan in the spare room of her Melbourne home.
She showed her slender figure in Jaggad cycling shorts as she applied the golden tanning mousse to her slender legs.
Golden girl! Rebecca Judd showed her skinny figure while applying fake tan on Thursday. She is currently isolating with her family at their $ 7.3 million home in Brighton, Melbourne
“I like fake brown because it smoothes your skin tone,” she explained. “I notice that when I have small spots or bruises, it looks nice.”
Rebecca then shared before and after photos that showed her a healthy, bronzed glow just five minutes after applying the mousse.
“It’s a great, really powerful tan,” she said, admiring her reflection in the mirror.
Trim and great! 37-year-old footy WAG showed off her slim figure in Jaggad bib shorts as she applied the golden tanning mousse to her slender legs
The mother of four recently shared disturbing images of her twin sons, Tom and Darcy, three, wasting toilet paper amid the coronavirus supply crisis.
She was not afraid to call her boys Tuesday and be ashamed, because toilet paper is an increasingly popular product at supermarkets.
“FFS”, the host of Postcards captioned a photo of her bathroom, with toilet paper all over the spotless floor.
Results: “It’s a great, really powerful color,” she said, admiring her reflection in the mirror
Rebecca also shares an eight-year-old son, Oscar, and a six-year-old daughter, Billie, with her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd.
She started teaching her children on Tuesday, when the Victorian government closed all schools in the state to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The former weather presenter has set up fake classrooms for her children while they study remotely at the family’s $ 7.3 million mansion in Brighton, Melbourne.
Wasteful: The mother of four recently shared disturbing images of her twin sons, Tom and Darcy, three, wasting toilet paper during the coronavirus supply crisis
She documented their first day of homeschooling on Instagram earlier this week.
One photo featured her eldest son, Oscar, taking an online class on his iPad while seated at a marble table overlooking the tennis court.
Another video showed her daughter, Billie, saying “Hello!” Said to her classmates as she spoke through a conference call on her tablet.
Guilty! She was not afraid to name and be ashamed of her boys (photo) on Tuesday, as toilet paper is becoming an increasingly popular item in supermarkets
Schooling: Rebecca also has an eight-year-old son, Oscar, and a six-year-old daughter, Billie, with whom she started homeschooling in the wake of the corona virus pandemic
Homeschooling. Dial up! Rebecca said in the images, which also showed a luxurious living space with a marble fireplace and abstract painting.
While other states and territories have not yet closed schools, many parents outside of Victoria have decided to keep their children at home.
As of Thursday morning, there have been 2,675 confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia, resulting in 11 deaths.
Tragedy: As of Thursday morning, there have been 2,675 confirmed coronavirus cases in Australia, resulting in 11 deaths