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WAG Rebecca Judd is immortalised in Melbourne street art

Check her out! WAG Rebecca Judd is immortalised in Melbourne street art as she visits the trendy lookalike mural in a $1148 tailored plaid suit

With an impressive media career and her own activewear label, AFL WAG Rebecca Judd has become a household name over the past decade.

And now, the 36-year-old TV and radio presenter has been immortalised in one of Melbourne’s famous street art laneways.

Looking stylish as ever, Bec visited the sight of her lookalike stencil graffiti while wearing a $1148 plaid suit.

 

Check her out! WAG Rebecca Judd has been immortalised in Melbourne street art and visited the trendy lookalike mural in a $1148 tailored Rebecca Vallance plaid suit this week 

The brunette, who is also a trained speech pathologist, appeared to have the artwork applied to the trendy laneway for an upcoming segment for Channel Nine’s Postcards show.

‘You can permanently find me in Duckboard Place,’ she captioned a photo alongside the lookalike artwork, tagging artist Adrian Doyle.

The small A4 design is a black-and-white stencil of Bec’s face with red paint used for her lipstick. 

'You can permanently find me in Duckboard Place': The small A4 design by artist Adrian Doyle is a black-and-white stencil of Bec's face with red paint used for her lipstick

‘You can permanently find me in Duckboard Place’: The small A4 design by artist Adrian Doyle is a black-and-white stencil of Bec’s face with red paint used for her lipstick

During filming for Postcards, the mother-of-four wore a matching Rebecca Vallance classic check suit, which consisted of a $749 fitted blazer and $399 tailored flared trousers.

Bec has been a presenter on Channel Nine’s Victorian-based travel program Postcards since 2011.

Over the past she has also presented the weather for Seven News Perth and Nine News Melbourne. 

TV star: Bec has been a presenter on Channel Nine's Victorian-based travel program Postcards since 2011

TV star: Bec has been a presenter on Channel Nine’s Victorian-based travel program Postcards since 2011

Rebecca became a household name in 2004, when she wore a very revealing red dress with then-boyfriend Chris Judd on the Brownlow Medal Awards red carpet.

She later wed AFL star Chris, 35, in 2010. 

The couple live in a multi-million dollar home in Brighton, Melbourne, with their four children: son Oscar, seven, daughter Billie, five, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, two.  

Family life: Rebecca shares five children with AFL star husband Chris Judd - son Oscar, seven, daughter Billie, five, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, two

Family life: Rebecca shares five children with AFL star husband Chris Judd – son Oscar, seven, daughter Billie, five, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, two

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