AFL Hall of Fame: Queen WAG Rebecca Judd stuns in a cut-out red dress


Rebecca Judd channels THAT iconic Brownlow dress 18 years later as she stuns in a slinky red frock with a daring thigh split at the AFL Hall of Fame

Rebecca Judd has come full circle.

The undisputed queen of the footy WAGs recreated her iconic 2004 Brownlow dress while attending the AFL Hall of Fame at Crown Melbourne on Tuesday night.

Bec, 39, turned heads in a red gown with a daring thigh split as she arrived for her husband Chris Judd’s official induction into the Hall of Fame.

Rebecca Judd, the undisputed queen of the footy WAGs, recreated her iconic 2004 Brownlow dress (left) while attending the AFL Hall of Fame at Crown Melbourne on Tuesday night (right)

The former Carlton and West Coast Eagles captain received the honour last year, but it couldn’t be celebrated until now due to Covid lockdowns.

Bec stole the show at the ritzy ceremony, drawing attention to her incredible figure in the slinky dress that also featured a cut-out over the waist. 

She wore her long dark locks out and over her shoulders, and accessorised with silver drop earrings and several rings.

The mother of four was joined at the ceremony by her eldest son Oscar, 10. 

Bec, who was joined by her eldest son Oscar (left), stole the show at the ritzy ceremony in a red gown with a daring thigh split and cut-out over the waist

Bec, who was joined by her eldest son Oscar (left), stole the show at the ritzy ceremony in a red gown with a daring thigh split and cut-out over the waist

Bec burst onto the WAG scene 18 years ago when she wore a red Tarvydas dress with a plunging neckline to the 2004 Brownlow Medal.

She’d been dating Chris for a few years at the time, but the couple had yet to marry.

Chris told The Herald Sun this week that the 2004 Brownlow was the night Bec became ‘public property’ and their lives changed forever.

Bec burst onto the WAG scene 18 years ago when she wore a red Tarvydas dress with a plunging neckline to the 2004 Brownlow Medal (pictured)

Bec burst onto the WAG scene 18 years ago when she wore a red Tarvydas dress with a plunging neckline to the 2004 Brownlow Medal (pictured)

‘It did feel like a before and after event. Some wonderful opportunities opened up from it. Life was just very different,’ said Chris, who was just 21 when he won the prestigious Brownlow Medal.

‘Things around privacy, having a partner who was seemingly public property as well, there were a lot of things to get used to and my memories are of a really special night, but an exclamation point between life before that and life after that as well.’

The Judds tied the knot in 2010, and he retired from football five years later. 

Chris Judd (pictured in July 2014) told The Herald Sun this week that the 2004 Brownlow was the night Bec became 'public property' and their lives changed forever

Chris Judd (pictured in July 2014) told The Herald Sun this week that the 2004 Brownlow was the night Bec became ‘public property’ and their lives changed forever 

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