97: Monty's Christmas

Posted : admin On 8/22/2021

WAG and business owner Bec Judd has made more than a few headlines. Love her or hate her, we can't get enough..

WAG and business owner Bec Judd has made more than a few headlines. Love her or hate her, we can't get enough.

Bec Judd reveals she is refusing to peel prawns at Christmas this year. Picture: Instagram.Source:Instagram

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Don’t expect Rebecca Judd to share her prawn peeling tips this Christmas.

Opening up about her festive plans on KIIS FM’s 3pm Pick-Up on Monday, the 37-year-old mother of four told listeners she was in charge of arranging the seafood this year — but she won’t be partaking in a Christmas Day tradition for many Aussies.

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The glamorous radio star has revealed she won’t be getting the crustacean carcasses anywhere near her perfectly manicured hands this year in order to avoid “fishy fingers” at Christmas lunch.

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Discussing their plans for the day, Judd’s co-host Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond commented that it’s always the most cashed-up family member who gets tasked with bringing the seafood dish.

“The seafood’s the pricey thing,” Dimond said.

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“It’s always the person in the family … like, our dad always has to bring it because we know he has the most coin.

“With you and yours it’s, ‘Bec, you’ve got the seafood covered!’”

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Chris and Bec with children Oscar, 9, Billie, 6, and twins Darcy and Tom, 3. Picture: Supplied.Source:Instagram

Responding to her co-host’s observation, Judd revealed she actually volunteered to bring the prawns because she’s very particular.

“I want the prawns already peeled,” she said. “I don’t like peeling the prawns, because it makes your fingers stink like fish.”

“I’d rather pay a little bit more and have the prawns freshly peeled than have to sit there on Christmas Day with stinky fish fingers,” she said.

The co-founder of activewear label Jaggad went on to share that she will also be making the dessert this year.

“I’ll make the chocolate pav because I love it,” she gushed.

“It’s the Nigella Lawson (recipe). You can Google it. You’re welcome.

“I love the positive attention that I get from it. ‘Oh, you’re such a good baker!’”

“No one else is allowed to bring a pav, like, anywhere at any time,” she said.

Judd will be celebrating the festive season at her $7.3 million home in Brighton, Melbourne, with her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd, and their four children, son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and four-year-old twins Tom and Darcy.

Earlier this year, Judd was dubbed “the new Karen from Brighton” after whinging about lockdown from the comfort of her $7.3 million home. Download os x dmg.

In a since-deleted video she took a swipe at Premier Daniel Andrews while plugging a product for her children.

“ … It seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,” she captioned the video showcasing a cubby house from The Little Cardboard Co.

The mum-of-four swiftly removed the post, but it was quick to attract criticism from Melburnians who called her “tone deaf” for complaining despite her luxurious lifestyle.

The Judd family’s sprawling, Spanish-inspired home has been renovated extensively, and features a gym, a pool, in-house bar and tennis court.

Last month, it was revealed that after a year of social media controversies, Judd has decided not to return to radio in 2021. Her TV future is also in doubt.

Judd will be replaced on the radio show by Kate Langbroek who is set to return to Australia after moving to Italy in 2019.

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Speaking on air, Judd explained that she was stepping back to spend more time at home with her family.

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“I’ve got such a young family, my twins start school not next year but the year after so I’ve got one year left at home with them and we just want to really make the most of those golden years … they’re slipping away, those golden years” she said.