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The cheeky way Bec Judd made her return to fashion

A real showstopper.

By Amber Elias
Rebecca Judd goes back to her fashionista roots in Melbourne, walking in the Next fashion show at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) overnight.
The mum of four brought her two oldest kids Oscar and Billie along for support, leaving twins Darcy and Tom at home.
Husband Chris Judd was also in the front row cheering his wife of six years on - what a superstar family!
Bec looked her usual stylish self, and had her signature beachy waves firmly in place.

The fashionable family were in the front row and watched Bec wear a few different designs from affordable UK retailer Next, including a stunning red dress and a pearlescent, floral brocade number for the finale.
It had been three years since Bec last took to the catwalk and the mum-of-four couldn’t be more pumped about her comeback.
In a statement release before the show, Bec said “I’m thrilled to be returning to the runway for in my home town, and it’ll be really special to have Chris, Oscar and Billie watching on."
Hilariously, Bec revealed in her Instagram video that her daughter Billie nearly sabotaged the event.
Husband Chris, Oscar and Billie missed the start of the show because three year old Billie had to make a last minute toilet stop - too funny.

Bec captioned the video "Thanks for a great night @nextofficial_au That was fun! Hubby and daughter dearest missed the first half of the show because seconds before it started Billie declared she needed to do a wee (as all typical three year olds do). Impeccable timing my love."

Bec has made her way firmly back into the spotlight this year. After going on maternity leave from her role as a Channel 7 weather presenter (and having to deal with that awkward kiss), Bec launched her own afternoon radio show and released another range of homewares with brand Adairs – this time, naturally, it’s a babywear collection.
Amazingly in between all that she still finds the time to shoot for Channel 9’s travel show Postcards.
Bec Judd, you are one inspiring woman.