‘You live with it and move on’: Outspoken WAG Rebecca Judd breaks her silence on THAT regifting scandal and her criticism of Dan Andrews during Covid’s Melbourne shutdown
Rebecca Judd has broken her silence after allegedly donating items from Lorinska Merrington’s fashion label to The Salvation Army and taking a stand against Prime Minister Daniel Andrews during last year’s Covid lockdown in Victoria.
The 38-year-old WAG divided Victorians last year when she criticized Andrews after Melbourne’s lockdown was extended.
More recently, the mother of four made headlines for allegedly donating items Lorinska sent to a charity store after promoting them on Instagram.
‘You live with it and move on’: Outspoken WAG Rebecca Judd (pictured) has broken her silence on THAT emerging scandal and her criticism of Dan Andrews during the Melbourne lockdown
When asked about the negative headlines, Rebecca said Stellar magazine this week: “ I feel like since I had a public profile at 20, I started dating my husband [Chris], I’ve had this noise. It doesn’t go away, it continues.
So you live with it and move on. Things pop up all the time. It’s not the first time, it won’t be the last and you just roll the punches and move on. ‘
She continued, “I’m lucky to have always had a balanced head with things like this.”
‘You live with it and move on’: When asked about the negative headlines, Rebecca said to Stellar this week, ‘I feel like since I had a public profile when I was 20, I started dating my husband [Chris], I’ve had this noise. It won’t go away, it will go on ‘
In March, Instagram account Celeb Spellcheck claimed that part of a Royale By Lorinska loungewear set appeared in a Melbourne charity store just two days after Bec posed in identical items on social media.
The footy WAG wore a blue Royale By Lorinska set on Instagram Stories alongside her daughter Billie, seven, who wore a matching set.
A fan saw the ensemble in a Salvation Army store in Hampton, the Brighton suburb where Rebecca lives.
Caught: Her interview comes after Instagram account Celeb Spellcheck claimed that part of a Royale By Lorinska loungewear set appeared in a Melbourne charity store just two days after Bec posed in identical items on social media
Last year, Rebecca also made headlines for expressing her frustration with Prime Minister Daniel Andrews in an Instagram post advertising a cardboard company.
Mr Andrews had announced at the time that Melbourne would remain closed due to an increase in coronavirus cases.
‘@the_little_cardboard_co perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it looks like Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,’ she wrote.
The former Postcards presenter faced backlash for daring to voice her views from her $ 7.3 million Brighton mansion, while other Melburnians took it much harder.
Criticism: Last year, Rebecca made headlines for expressing her frustration with Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews (pictured) in an Instagram post promoting a cardboard company