Fascinating in red! Bec Judd shows off her cleavage in a scarlet mini dress during her much-anticipated return to the Melbourne Cup
She was noticeably absent from this year’s Derby Day after attending the event in previous years.
But Rebecca Judd is back in The Birdcage. Melbourne Cup this year after a three-year gap.
The 39-year-old AFL WAG certainly made sure all eyes were on her as she showed off her ample cleavage and long legs in a long-sleeved red mini dress.
Fascinating in red! Bec Judd showed off her ample cleavage in a scarlet mini dress as she prepared for her big comeback at the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday
She teamed her stunning look with matching wide brims, simple heels and a small handbag.
Beck rose at the crack of dawn on Tuesday, preparing for a race that would stop a nation.
The mother-of-four was already out of her stylist’s chair at 8am and posted a photo of her stunning minimalist make-up, courtesy of make-up artist Chantel Baker.
Fortunately, the burn that Beck recently received with the curling tongs has completely healed.
She is back! Bec Judd showed off her flawless make-up for Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup as the AFL WAG returns to The Birdcage after a three-year hiatus
Last week, the glamourous took to Instagram to share how she was doing a facial treatment when she admitted to a painful-looking burn.
“I burned myself with a curling iron,” the star wrote, noting this beauty mistake.
Beck then underwent a procedure where she received The Skincare Company’s Enzyme Facial.
Beck last attended the Melbourne Cup Carnival in 2019
Fortunately, the burn that Beck recently received with the curling tongs has completely healed
Enzyme therapy is a facial treatment that stimulates the capillaries by dilating the channels to bring fresh oxygen and blood to the face.
It exfoliates dead skin cells into a weak acid and washes them off the skin.
Beck was clearly pleased with the results, writing, “After 15 minutes, very happy with my post The Skincare Company Enzyme Treatment (minus the curling iron burn I gave myself on my forehead).”
“I burned myself with a curling iron,” the star wrote
Enzyme Therapy is a facial treatment that stimulates the capillaries by dilating the channels to bring fresh oxygen and blood to the face
Beck is known for her impeccable fashion sense, having made a name for herself as a WAG before launching numerous businesses.
The star has had a number of beauty treatments and co-owns high-end sportswear brand Jaggad.
It comes after Beck praised her husband Chris Judd as he was inducted into the Australian Sports Hall of Fame.
“Congratulations to my King on his induction into the Australian Sports Hall of Fame,” Beck wrote on Instagram.
Beck was clearly pleased with the results, writing: “15 minutes later very happy with my post The Skincare Company Enzyme Treatment (minus the curling iron burn I gave myself on my forehead).”
The mother of four has been happily married to Chris for 12 years.
Along with twins Tom and Darcy, the couple have son Oscar, 10, and daughter Billie, seven.
It follows news that Beck has teamed up with a high-end developer to design luxury apartments in one of Melbourne’s most sought-after areas.
The model signed an agreement with Lowe Living to work on two developments in Bayside.
Beck is pictured with her husband Chris Judd and their children. Along with twins Tom and Darcy, the couple have Oscar, 10, and daughter Billie, seven