Game, set, match! Rebecca Judd serves up a fashion ace as she wears a stylish colourful ensemble to Australian Open lunch
Rebecca Judd served up another fashion ace as she attended an Australian Open lunch in Melbourne on Thursday.
The 36-year-old AFL WAG stunned in a pair of red trousers teamed with a colourful tie-front bustier.
Bec’s high-waisted pants highlighted her slender legs, while the tiny top showed off a hint of her toned torso.
The mother-of-four boosted her statuesque frame by wearing a pair of mesh spotted stilettos from Dior, and accessorised further with an expensive-looking timepiece.
The glamour lunch at the exclusive Australian Open Players Pod at Melbourne Park was to launch the AO Chef Series and the hospitality offerings for the tennis Grand Slam for 2020.
An all female lineup including Donna Hay, Analiese Gregory and Sarah Todd will cook two lavish dinners each during the tournament.
The glamour lunch at the exclusive Australian Open Players Pod at Melbourne Park was to launch the AO Chef Series and the hospitality offerings for the tennis Grand Slam for 2020. Bec is pictured with MasterChef star Khanh Ong
Bec recently revealed the secrets behind her figure in an interview with news.com.au.
She simply put it down to ‘good genes’ and said she only works out twice a week, for one hour at a time.
‘I am addicted to cardio tennis, I play for two hours twice a week because it’s really fun,’ she told the publication.
‘There’s no serving. It’s a cardio workout where the music blares, the coach just feeds you balls, you do awesome drills with lots of running and it’s 60 minutes that goes so quickly.’
Ladies who lunch: Bec was also joined by Brodie Harper, Livinia Nixon, Rebecca Maddern, and Lauren Phillips. Left to right
The athleisure wear co-founder went on to add that her super slender frame is simply down to ‘good genes’.
‘I’m not super conscious about what I eat. I’ve got my mum’s genes, so I’m very lucky – it’s just my family’s body type,’ she said.
Bec revealed her day on a plate in an interview with Daily Mail Australia in May last year.
‘Breakfast is usually muesli and a strong latte, and for lunch I’ll grab my fave brown rice sushi or a focaccia,’ the mother-of-four said. +
For dinner, Bec and her AFL star husband Chris Judd, 35, typically tuck into fish or meat with vegetables.
‘Dinner, I usually will have meat or fish and vegetables which Chris and I both love.’
She added that her children aren’t fussy eaters – no doubt a good thing when it comes to cooking family dinners.
‘They’re actually pretty good. They’ll give most things a go at least once,’ she said.
Bec and Chris share son Oscar, seven, daughter Billie, five, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, two.