Footy WAG Rebecca Judd flaunts her VERY lavish Christmas decorations after being trolled for her Scandi-style ‘ugly stick’ tree in prior years
She is known for her love of the finer things in life.
And on Friday, Rebecca Judd proved that also extends to Christmas decorations.
Taking to Instagram, the former model, 37, shared her stunning dried-flower door wreath for the festive season.
Lavish: Footy WAG Rebecca Judd, 37, (pictured) has revealed her very lavish Christmas decorations
Elegant: Taking to Instagram, the former model, 37, shared her stunning dried-flower door wreath for the festive season
The wreath featured shades of white, red and light pink flowers and it retails for around $200, according to the Everbloome website.
‘How beautiful is this wreath, this Christmas wreath to go on my front door,’ Bec cooed. ‘It’s preserved flowers. So stunning.’
Rebecca went on to thank the business for the delivery.
The brunette beauty’s choice of Christmas decorations haven’t always thrilled her near 850,000 followers on Instagram.
She was previously trolled over her Scandi-style Christmas tree, which social media trolled as ‘depressing’ and ‘un-festive’ for her.
Speaking on The 3PM Pick-Up last November, the mother-of-four revealed she has replaced the sticks with a more traditional tree.
Lovely: The wreath featured shades of white, red and light pink flowers and it retails for around $200, according to the Everbloome website
She said: ‘How’s this for breaking news? You know my “ugly stick tree” that I always cop flack [for] every year when I put it on Instagram?
‘Very expensive, that tree. Anyway, the tree’s gone. It didn’t make the move.’
Rebecca explained that she had ‘filmed this thing for Target last week with a white fluffy LED tree with pink baubles’ and decided to keep the tree.
Gone but not forgotten: She was previously trolled over her Scandi-style Christmas tree, which social media trolled as ‘depressing’ and ‘un-festive’ for her
Back in 2017, she infamously told listeners that her stick ‘wasn’t going anywhere’.
‘It’s going to be with me and my family until the day I die, so just suck it up!’ she said at the time, responding to the backlash on Instagram over the tree.
Rebecca had owned the ‘eco-friendly’ tree since 2012, and previously boasted that it was made entirely of recycled materials.
For several years in a row, Instagram trolls had criticised the Christmas tree as ‘pretentious’, ‘horrible’ and ‘lacking warmth’.
One person commented: ‘Sorry, really don’t like this at all. Not very exciting for the kids. Where’s the green, fairy lights and warmth?’
Another wrote: ‘Horrible, very disappointing. Where’s the traditional tree? What’s next, a stick figure bunny for Easter?’
Family: Rebecca and her husband Chris share four children together: son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and four-year-old twins Tom and Darcy.