Baby number 5? AFL WAG Bec Judd appears to hints she’s adding to her brood with a very telling Instagram post
She is already the proud mother of four beautiful children.
But Bec Judd, 38, appeared to hint she is planning to add to her brood on Monday night, with a very telling Instagram post.
Baby number 5? Bec Judd, 38, appeared to hint she is planning to add to her brood with a telling Instagram post on Monday
She needs seven seats! The AFL WAG, who is an ambassador for Melbourne City Land Rover, posted a picture of a new Range Rover and said she was waiting for a model that had SEVEN seats
Bec and Chris share four children – Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, seven, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, four.
The activewear designer also added a wink face emoji to her post.
Bec already has her hands full with her four children.
In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald in 2019, the brunette beauty said she often feels ‘guilty’ about having to spread herself too thin.
Clan! Bec and Chris share four children – Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, seven, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, fou
‘People say having large families is the best, because they learn to play better and are more independent, but that is something I feel guilty about, especially when they are all yelling at me at the same time,’ she confessed.
‘You have to accept one, and reject the other three,’ she added.
‘If they all want me at the same time, when you think about it there is a 75 per cent rejection rate on their request for mum’s time.’
Back in 2018, Rebecca admitted that she and Chris never set out to have such a large family.
‘We thought we’d have a third child… maybe. But then we were away on holiday and we tried literally one time, and before I could change my mind, I was already pregnant!’ she told Who Magazine.
She added that discovering she was expecting identical twins came as a ‘shock’.
‘I was in shock. I feel like I’ll be in shock every day for the rest of my life! How did this happen to me?’ she said.
Fun in the sun: Bec has recently been holidaying in Noosa with her family