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Bec Judd shows off new Indigenous artwork

por Rhoda Joris (2020-03-30)


AFL WAG Bec Judd has been giving followers updates on how she and her family have been handling the coronavirus pandemic. 

On Tuesday, the 37-year-old took a break and decided to share her latest artwork instead. 

On Instagram, Bec showcased a beautiful Indigenous Australian dot painting by artist Natalie Jade, which she plans on hanging in her Melbourne mansion.


















'It's so stunning': On Tuesday, Bec Judd, 37, (pictured) showcased the new Indigenous artwork she plans on hanging in her $7.3million Melbourne mansion


Bec was clearly excited by the gorgeous piece of art: 'I wanted to show you this beautiful new artwork we got. It's so stunning,' she said. 

'We had this commissioned to sit about our lilac bench,' she added. 






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'The reason I am showing to you before is that there are now windows and light in the room I am going to hang in.' 

Bec gave a glimpse of her 'pink room' in the mansion, which featured a modern artwork featuring herself in a number of modelling poses. 






Eye catching: 'We had this commissioned to sit about our lilac bench,' Bec told fans


The update comes after Bec revealed she was going to be spending a lot more time around the house, as she is now homeschooling her four children. 

On Monday, the model let fans know she had set up 'classrooms' in the house.  

She documented their first day on Instagram. 






Gorgeous: 'The reason I am showing to you before is that there are now windows and light in the room I am going to hang in,' Bec told her followers


One photo showed her eldest son, Oscar, eight, taking an online class with his iPad while sitting at a marble bench overlooking the tennis court.  

Another video showed her six-year-old daughter, Billie, saying 'Hi!' to her classmates while speaking via a conference call on her tablet.

'Home schooling. Dialling in!' Rebecca said in the footage, which also showed off a luxury living space featuring a marble fireplace and 생활가전 abstract painting. 

Rebecca and her husband Chris also share twin sons Tom and Darcy, who are three-years-old. 
















Temporary classrooms: Rebecca's son Oscar (left) studied with an iPad on a marble bench, while her daughter Billie (right) spoke to classmates on her tablet next to the fireplace


Coronavirus has not only shut down schools in Victoria, it's seen many people panic buy across the country.

On Sunday, Rebecca encouraged her Instagram followers to buy their own coffee machines and stock up on six months' worth of beans from local roasters. 

'If you're a caffeine addict like me, get your beans sorted,' she said.

'You've got to get your caffeine issues in order.'   

'I'm thinking if cafés and restaurants close, and they are saying a lockdown is imminent, I would go and get yourself a coffee machine and get your beans sorted.'

Early Tuesday evening there were 2043 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including eight deaths. 






Uncertain times: Coronavirus has not only shut down schools in Victoria, it's seen many people panic buy across the country. Pictured: Rebecca and her children







Update: Early Tuesday evening there were 2043 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including eight deaths