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Bec Judd gives fans birds-eye view glimpse of her back yard

The AFL power couple are in the midst of renovating their $7.3 million Melbourne family home.

And Rebecca Judd has now given fans a ‘work in progress’ glimpse into her and husband Chris Judd’s backyard, with the radio host suggesting there’s still much to do before their stunning home is complete.

The 36-year-old WAG, who married former West Coast Eagles captain Chris Judd, 36, in 2010, took to Instagram to show a view of the garden from above – which is coming together, thanks to a little help from one of her two-year-old twin boys.

Step inside: Bec Judd has given fans another insight into her lavish family home with her husband of nine years, Chris Judd

Step inside: Bec Judd has given fans another insight into her lavish family home with her husband of nine years, Chris Judd

'Planting out!' Queen be WAG Rebecca Judd has given fans a glimpse into her and Chris Judd's backyard, with the radio host suggesting there's still much to do before their pad is complete

‘Planting out!’ Queen be WAG Rebecca Judd has given fans a glimpse into her and Chris Judd’s backyard, with the radio host suggesting there’s still much to do before their pad is complete

The birds-eye snap saw five white tiled areas surrounded by a moat of soil and potted plants, with a wide circular area suggesting a pond or pool will be next on the agenda. 

She captioned the sweet shot with: ‘Planting out. @themelbournebuilder team with my to-do list!’ 

The photo featured three of her hired builders hilariously staring at a huge list crafted by the model, as one of her tiny young boys – either Tom or Darcy, two – toddled around beside them.

Black and white: Apparently picking out a monochrome colour scheme, Bec showed off her newly installed black taps and white basins in the bathroom

Black and white: Apparently picking out a monochrome colour scheme, Bec showed off her newly installed black taps and white basins in the bathroom

The gorgeous mum-of-four has certainly given fans a taste of her lavish lifestyle over the last few months, sharing various updates on the progression of the renovations on social media – most recently, the bathroom. 

Apparently picking out a monochrome colour scheme, Bec recently showed off her newly installed black taps and white basins in recent snaps.

The couple also picked out pale grey marble countertops for their stylish bathroom renovation.

Taking steps: Another photo showed off the home's winding staircase, with the walls painted white, and pale grey timber floorboards accentuating the space

Taking steps: Another photo showed off the home’s winding staircase, with the walls painted white, and pale grey timber floorboards accentuating the space

Another update showed off the home’s winding staircase, with the walls painted white and pale grey timber floorboards accentuating the space.

But the focal piece is undoubtedly the modern black light fixture, which feature stark black lines and round bulbs.

Bec and Chris purchased the Spanish Colonial home earlier this year, after deciding it was big enough to house them and their four young children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, five, and twin boys Darcy and Tom. 

Family home: Bec and Chris purchased the home earlier this year, after deciding it was big enough to house them and their four young children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, five, and twin boys Darcy and Tom, two

Family home: Bec and Chris purchased the home earlier this year, after deciding it was big enough to house them and their four young children, son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, five, and twin boys Darcy and Tom, two

‘It was really important that we had all the different spaces we needed for our growing family of six,’ Bec told 9Honey in February, revealing they had been looking at homes for a year-and-a-half.

She added: ‘This house we are going to be in forever.’

And she admitted that while they loved the home in its original state, it needed a lot of work. 

'We'll make it more modern and contemporary while retaining the original bones of the house, the curves, but then adding modern touches,' she said of the home

‘We’ll make it more modern and contemporary while retaining the original bones of the house, the curves, but then adding modern touches,’ she said of the home

After already spending millions on purchasing the home, Bec and Chris then had to spend an additional $50,000 expanding the garage. 

‘We’ll make it more modern and contemporary while retaining the original bones of the house, the curves, but then adding modern touches,’ she added. 

But it hasn’t all gone smoothly, with Bec telling KIIS FM’s Jase & PJ in June that the home’s garage wasn’t big enough to house her Range Rover.

Describing it as a ‘major snag’, Bec confessed she couldn’t even fit the front of her luxury car inside the garage.

‘When you go to home inspections, you never think to drive your cars into the garage to see if they fit or not,’ she admitted, urging the radio show’s listeners to ‘measure the garage’. 

Home is where the heart is: She admitted that while they loved the home in its original state, it needed a lot of work

Home is where the heart is: She admitted that while they loved the home in its original state, it needed a lot of work

Too small: It hasn't all gone smoothly, with Bec telling KIIS FM's Jase & PJ in June that the home's garage wasn't big enough to house her Range Rover

Too small: It hasn’t all gone smoothly, with Bec telling KIIS FM’s Jase & PJ in June that the home’s garage wasn’t big enough to house her Range Rover

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