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Inside Bec Judd’s perfect life: AFL WAG looks every inch the domestic goddess in new campaign

She’s the glamorous WAG and proud mother of four. 

And in a new campaign for Next, Rebecca Judd is the ultimate domestic goddess as she makes winter hot chocolates with her family. 

In the sweet video shared exclusively with Daily Mail Australia, the 35-year-old dotes on her children with AFL star husband Chris Judd, 34. 

 

Inside Bec Judd’s perfect life: AFL WAG looks every inch the domestic goddess as she enjoys a family breakfast with Chris and their four children in Next campaign video

Bec stuns in the campaign, wearing a cosy red knit, with her hair out in loose tousled curls. 

The TV presenter and speech pathologist keeps her makeup minimal, wearing lashings of mascara and a glossy lip.

In the clip, Bec and Chris hold their twin sons Tom and Darcy, one, as their older children, daughter Billie Kate, four, and son Oscar Dylan, six, tuck into hot chocolates from adorable cat mugs. 

Chic: Bec stuns in the campaign, wearing a cosy red knit, with her hair out in loose tousled curls

Chic: Bec stuns in the campaign, wearing a cosy red knit, with her hair out in loose tousled curls

At one point, Bec and Chris can be seen kissing their tiny tots. 

Bec told Daily Mail Australia that she loves to enjoy a movie night with her family in the colder months, describing it as ‘heaven.’

‘Oscar plays football and Billie ballet, so once we’ve tag teamed the morning of sport we might head to an indoor playground for the little ones or head out to lunch at a local cafe,’ Bec said.

‘At the end of the day snuggling up at home for a movie night with home-made hot chocolates and popcorn is my idea of heaven!’

Doting: Bec told Daily Mail Australia that she loves to enjoy a movie night with her family in the colder months, describing it as 'heaven'

Doting: Bec told Daily Mail Australia that she loves to enjoy a movie night with her family in the colder months, describing it as ‘heaven’

Busy parents: She added however that mothering four young children is 'definitely not glamorous,' revealing they all enjoy dinner together to 're-group as a family'

Busy parents: She added however that mothering four young children is ‘definitely not glamorous,’ revealing they all enjoy dinner together to ‘re-group as a family’

She added however that mothering four young children is ‘definitely not glamorous,’ revealing they all enjoy dinner together to ‘re-group as a family.’

Bec said she juggles her busy career and motherhood by being organised.

‘In terms of keeping the troops in line I try to make sure I streamline my tasks as much as possible. That’s why I love working with Next!,’ she said. 

‘They know how time poor mums are so having the website as a one-stop shop for the entire family is such a time saver plus their shipping is super quick!’ 

She also reflected on motherhood, and said her children make her smile and laugh constantly. 

‘Every day as a parent is a great moment, especially when my kids make me laugh so much. I think seeing your kids develop their own interests and style is fun to watch.’

She added: ‘Even though sometimes I’d wish they would stop growing so quick!’

'I wish they'd stop growing so quick': She also reflected on motherhood, and said her children made her smile and laugh constantly

‘I wish they’d stop growing so quick’: She also reflected on motherhood, and said her children made her smile and laugh constantly



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