She is an avid fan of Australian Survivor.
But AFL WAG Rebecca Judd has revealed she would never be able to go on the Channel Ten reality series.
Speaking on her KIIS FM show The 3PM Pick Up on Monday, the mother-of-four, 36, said she is just ‘too thin’ and couldn’t afford to lose weight off her already tiny frame.
‘I would die’ WAG Bec Judd, 36, (pictured) has revealed the shocking reason she will never go on reality series Survivor Australia
Explaining how she was starstruck when she had a chance meeting with Boost Juice founder Janine Allis at an airport last week, Bec said she first gushed over the entrepreneur-turned-TV-star before the pair discussed her eight kilogram weight loss on the show.
‘I looked up and Janine was right there. And I went ”hey” and she went ”hey” and then we had a moment where it was like, we don’t actually know each other,’ she said.
‘She said ”You know I lost eight kilos”.’
‘I don’t have eight kilos to lose. I said I would die,’ Speaking on her KIIS FM show The 3PM Pick Up on Monday, the mother-of-four, 36, said she is just ‘too thin’ and couldn’t afford to lose weight off her already tiny frame
The revelation prompted the Postcards presenter to make her own admission: ‘Well this is why I could never go on Survivor, because I am already so thin.’
‘I don’t have eight kilos to lose…I would die,’ she added, with Janine herself admitting the brunette beauty would indeed ‘literally vanish’.
Tough: Janine admitted to the star that she lost ‘eight kilos’ while competing on the Fiji-based reality show, prompting Bec to wonder if she could handle the tough challenge
Bec is known for her slender figure and regularly shares bikini-clad photos on her Instagram account.
Rebecca’s day on a plate
Breakfast: Muesli and a strong latte
Lunch: Brown rice sushi or a focaccia
Dinner: Meat or fish with vegetables
Speaking to News.com.au in July, she said she only works out for just two hours a week – putting her enviable figure down to ‘good genes’.
‘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.’
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.
‘It’s just my family’s body type!’ Bec revealed her two-hour weekly workout in an interview with News Corp in July, and said her figure is down to ‘good genes’
‘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, Rebecca 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.’
In the family: Bec said she plays cardio tennis and is ‘not super conscious’ about what she eats. ‘I’ve got my mum’s genes, so I’m very lucky.’ Pictured with mother Kerry, 57
Bec 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.
She and Chris share son Oscar, seven, daughter Billie, five, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, two.
Family: Bec is married to AFL star Chris Judd, 35, and the couple share son Oscar, seven, daughter Billie, five, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, two [all pictured]