She and husband Chris Judd are the high-profile faces behind popular athleisure brand JAGGAD.
But Bec Judd has revealed that her AFL legend husband has suffered an embarrassing fashion fail with a tragic attempt to sew a patch on one of their kids’ sports uniforms.
In a Sunday Instagram Story, the WAG showed a Coles patch haphazardly sewed onto a little athletics top.
She captioned the post, ‘When dad sews the patch on’.
Triathlon brand JAGGAD was purchased by Judd in 2013 along with fellow former player Stephen Greene.
Bec regularly shares posts modelling the clothing line for the benefit of her 759,000 Instagram followers.
The star couple share four children – daughter Billie, son Oscar, 11, and twins Darcy and Tom, six.
The amusing post comes just days after Bec proved she was the life of the party at Derby Day.
The WAG, 40, danced up a storm at the Don Julio afterparty last Saturday night.
Bec shared a video of herself dancing to the ABBA hit ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’ with pals Lana Wilkinson, Michelle Greene, Darren McMullen and her sister, Kate Twigley.
Bec looked immaculate for the ultra-stylish day, putting on a busty display in a strapless corset black dress.
She completed her look with an oversized black hat and a pair of strappy stilettos.
The following day she was forced to act as a bowler for her son Oscar’s cricket practice in the backyard of her mansion.
The WAG admitted she may have overindulged at Saturday’s festivities.
‘Ran himself out in his game early in his innings so made me bowl him 10 overs at home. Fun times with a hangover,’ Bec wrote.
Bec was one of the major stars at Derby Day on Saturday, the start of the Melbourne Cup carnival’s event calendar.
Before the festivities, Bec revealed the contents of her Yves Saint Laurent clutch.
The bag included Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Powder in deep tan and a NARS brush to apply it.
Rebecca also had Gem breath spray, Tom Ford Rose Prick fragrance and a bottle of Isocol, which is rubbing alcohol.
Finally, Bec had the By Terry Hyaluronic Lip Liner and the Maybelline Vinyl Ink Liquid Lipstick, for touch-ups on the day.
She also posted an image of herself sitting in a beauty chair with large rollers in her hair while getting ready.
‘Derby prep,’ she captioned the post.
Derby Day is the first day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival.
It follows the tradition of English racetrack Royal Ascot, where top hats and tails, and black and white attire are required.
The Melbourne Cup is the centrepiece of the Flemington carnival and it has always been known as the race that has stops the nation.