Rebecca Judd revealed the nasty surprise she got when she returned to her luxurious holiday home after months of lockdown.
Rebecca Judd got a nasty surprise when she was finally able to return to her luxurious holiday house in Mount Buller.
The mum-of-four had been unable to spend time at the chalet in winter due to Victoria’s harsh lockdown restrictions.
However, with most restrictions now easing, the Melbourne WAG and business woman headed to the fancy holiday home this week where she discovered a nasty surprise.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Judd revealed she had food in the fridge that had been left in there for months.
“I left some things in this fridge months ago and I’m scared about what I’m going to find when I open the doors, so here goes,” she said.
Judd, who is married to AFL star Chris Judd and is the owner of activewear label JAGGAD, proceeded to slowly open the door, where she began to gag.
“Oh my God, that stinks,” she said.
She then zoomed in on the rotten contents including four corns that were still unopened and a very mouldy jalapeno.
“Oh what is that? Oh that’s a jalapeno for my spicy marg,” she said, while holding her breathe.
The fridge also contained beer, a bottle of rose, containers of dip, a carton of eggs and several blocks of Cadbury chocolate bars and Caramilk — which she previously said are her all-time favourite from the range.
Judd’s newly renovated family holiday house is located in regional Victoria and features
a spacious open plan space with a combined kitchen, living and dining space.
She shared a glimpse of the luxurious home in August which also includes a kitchen decked out with modern and minimal joinery, top-of-the-range appliances and a marble splash back and bench.
Judd – who has been outspoken about her views on Victoria’s handling of the pandemic — recently unleashed on a state rule that keeps kids “locked up” despite negative test results,
She shared an anonymous post on her Instagram written by a mother whose child was sent home from kindergarten 11 days ago due to a positive Covid case.
Despite returning a negative results, kids had been unable to return to school until the 14-day isolation period had been met.
“This keeps happening. The kids have been locked down enough. If they test negative, then send them back to school,” she said.
The state recorded one of the world’s longest lockdowns, with children staying home for 272 days between March 2020 until Victoria’s reopening last month.