She was once the envy of the Australian family in a perfectly organized pantry.
But even the picturesque perfect life of Becca Judd has some unpleasant secrets.
AFL football player Cris Judd’s wife shared the horror lurking in her gorgeous ski chalet a few months later.
To commemorate the end of the Melbourne blockade, Beck returned to Mount Buller’s villa for the first time on Thursday.
And she gave 800,000 Instagram followers a glimpse of what greeted her when she opened the fridge.
“I left some things in this fridge a few months ago, and I’m going here because I’m scared of what I’ll find when I open the door,” she said in the video.
The four mothers were greeted by a display of rotten vegetables, including three unopened corns on mold-covered cobs, rotten jalapenos, and ham.
One can of VB and some ham seem to have survived the absence of Judz, but broccoli and half the onions seem less fortunate.
“Oh, it smells, hmm. Look at the corn,” she told believers.
This is in stark contrast to the perfectly organized pantry she showed off at the $ 7 million Brighton Mansion in 2019.
Participating in the services of Melbourne-based “House Cleanup” TIDEE, Beck shared before and after photos of her white pantry.
“One of my wishes was that I was so busy that I didn’t want to decant everything. It’s not practical for our family,” she said in an Instagram story.
“That is, I decant that kind of thing anyway, but everything else goes straight to these tubs.”
Bec Judd showcases the contents of an unpleasant fridge in a luxurious Mt Buller ski chalet
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