Rebecca Judd often flaunts her fit figure in activewear but this time the mother-of-four showed fans a rare bikini selfie.
The 37-year-old who recently copped flak over her comments surrounding Melbourne’s strict lockdown measures, appears to be doing her best at making the most of her time at home.
On Thursday, she took to her Instagram Stories showing off her athletic figure in a cleavage-baring bikini as she posed poolside at her Brighton mansion.
She opted for an apricot-coloured two-piece with a pair of white cat eye sunglasses as she was seen holding a 50+ sunscreen tube.
The post appeared to be sponsored with the caption, “Sunny Days + @theskincarecompany Dry Touch SPF50”.
The last time she shared a bikini snap was in December and again January this year.
In both snaps, Judd, who is married to retired AFL star Chris Judd, was seen soaking up the sun in a tiny bikini at her recently renovated home.
“Hey Melbourne Summer, we’re ready for you,” Bec captioned the December shot.
With a glass of champagne in one hand, she raised her other very-toned arm over her head while giving a sultry look.
Her impressive abs and obliques were on full display as she leaned to one side, posing in an eye-catching two-piece purple bikini.
“Stop it you big babe,” celebrity stylist Lana Wilkinson wrote at the time.
“Great arms!” a fan also commented.
“So stunning,” wrote another.
In order to maintains her fit figure, the radio host puts it down to her obsession with tennis.
“I am addicted to cardio tennis, I play for two hours twice a week because it’s really fun,” she told news.com.au in July last year.
“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.”
Bec, who is the co-owner of fitness company Jagged and hosts the 3PM Pick-Up on KIIS FM, said between juggling work and family, she trained for two hours twice a week.
“Our ethos is life athletics, so live an athletic, healthy life however that looks to you,” she explained. “Whether you’re a professional athlete, a weekend runner or you do what you can at home because you’ve got your kids whatever and whoever, it’s all about your version of active and what works for you.”
She recently caused an online stir after slamming Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over strict lockdown measures.
“ … It seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,” she captioned a now deleted video.
Many dubbed her comment as “tone deaf” while branding her the “new Karen from Brighton”.