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AFL: Rebecca Judd says ‘every day is crazy’ homeschooling in lockdown

Footy WAG Rebecca Judd has admitted she’s finding it tough homeschooling her four children during Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdown.

The 38-year-old wife of AFL great Chris Judd told Now to Love on Wednesday things often get ‘crazy’ in her household.

But she is able to switch off after a busy day of remote learning by mixing a margarita and putting on her favourite music.

Candid: Rebecca Judd has admitted she’s finding it tough homeschooling her children during Melbourne’s coronavirus lockdown. Pictured with her husband, retired AFL player Chris Judd, and their four children, son Oscar, 10, daughter Billie, seven, and twins Darcy and Tom, four

‘I’m currently homeschooling four kids so every day is a little bit crazy,’ she said. 

Bec, who co-owns activewear label Jaggad, focuses on her day job in the evenings before dinner and after her kids go to sleep, leaving the days free for schooling.

‘It’s pretty hard to get any work done with four kids home schooling, and keeping on top of the house,’ she said. 

From dawn ’til dusk: Bec, who co-owns activewear label Jaggad, focuses on her day job in the evenings before dinner and after her kids go to sleep, leaving the days free for homeschooling 

But once she’s done working, Bec unwinds with cocktails and music. 

‘I love putting on one of my playlists! I also burn my favourite candle and make a margarita,’ she said.

The Melbourne WAG added that while her packed daily routine isn’t ‘ideal’, she remains positive because she ‘won’t be working like this forever’. 

The Judds are parents to son Oscar, 10, daughter Billie, seven, and twin boys Darcy and Tom, four.

Lockdown life: The Melbourne WAG said that while her packed daily routine isn’t ‘ideal’, she remains positive because she ‘won’t be working like this forever’ 

In August, Bec slammed the Melbourne lockdowns and said children need to return to school.

She wrote on Instagram: ‘342 Victorian children are presenting to hospital EACH WEEK with mental health emergencies. 

‘Kids need to be back in the classroom (I’m not saying a blanket return. I’m saying let’s come up with a safe plan ASAP).’

She was referring to a report by the Victorian Agency for Health Information, which claimed 342 children, aged up to 17, had presented to emergency departments each week suffering ‘mental health emergencies’.

The data was recorded in the six-week period leading up to May 30 and represented a shocking 57 per cent increase over the same timeframe last year. 

Concerned: In August, Bec slammed the Melbourne lockdowns and said children need to return to school after a surge in youth ‘mental health emergencies’

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