Bec Judd stuns in low-cut Melbourne Cup mini dress

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Bec Judd has stunned in a plunging mini dress for the Melbourne Cup.

After weeks in lockdown, the 37-year-old looked thrilled to be dressed up to the nines, taking to her Instagram to upload a series of photos.

Bec Judd on Melbourne Cup day
Bec Judd has stunned on Melbourne Cup day. Photo: Instagram/Bec Judd

Wearing an orange and pink off-the-shoulder dress from Cappellazzo, Bec revealed she spent the day at The Atlantic is Melbourne to watch the race that stops a nation.

“Boom we are back Melbourne,” she captioned a collage of outfit photos.

“Stunning colours on you Bec,” influencer Steph Claire Smith wrote.

“Stunning and gorgeous as always Bec,”another person commented.


Bec Judd Melbourne Cup 2020
Bec Judd wore a low-cut off-the-shoulder dress. Photo: Instagram/Bec Judd
Bec Judd on Melbourne Cup day 2020
'Boom we are back Melbourne' .Photo: Instagram/Bec Judd

It comes after Bec, who lives in Brighton with husband former AFL star Chris Judd and their four children, faced backlash during Melbourne’s lockdown.

Bec called the State Premier Dan Andrews ‘dictator Dan’ in an Instagram post she swiftly deleted.

Showing off her kid’s new cubby houses from The Little Cardboard Co. Bec decided to put the boot into Andrews, suggesting he was locking Victorians in their homes like an autocratic dictator.

Bec Judd in a black face mask
Bec made sure she had her mask on hand. Photo: Instagram/Bec Judd
Bec Judd looking up
Bec was excited to be back out with her friends. Photo: Instagram/Bec Judd

“@TheLittleCardboardCo. perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,” she captioned the video.

People online weren’t impressed writing: “You live in a $7.3 million Brighton home,” Triple J presenter Bridget Hustwaite pointed out, sharing a screenshot of the Instagram story that was hastily pulled down soon after.

“Bec Judd has been posting food and clothes she's been gifted this entire lockdown, and now wants to complain about living in a 'dictatorship' from her Brighton mansion,” another wrote. “Utterly tone-deaf.”

Bec Judd dressed for Melbourne Cup 2020
Bec faced some backlash during lockdown. Photo: Instagram/Bec Judd

At least one fan came to Bec’s defence, pointing out that having a privileged existence didn’t negate any feeling of frustration the former model might be feeling.

“What does owning a big house have to do with being sick of lockdowns?” they wondered. “She still can’t leave it. Can’t see friends. Can’t See family exactly like the rest of us. I’m no Bec Judd fan but... the pile on here is ridiculous. Jealousy’s a curse.”

With extra reporting by Penny Burfitt

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