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Rebecca Judd lets her children play cricket indoors at $7.3m mansion

What could possibly go wrong? Rebecca Judd lets her children play cricket indoors at her $7.3million Brighton mansionBy Jo Scrimshire

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What could possibly go wrong? Rebecca Judd lets her children play cricket indoors at her $7.3million Brighton mansion

House-proud football WAG Rebecca Judd surprised fans on Tuesday evening when she revealed she lets her children play ball games indoors.

The former Nine presenter, 38, shared a series of videos to Instagram of her sons, Oscar, and Tom and Darcy, playing cricket in one of the bedrooms.

Rebecca and her husband, retired AFL player Chris Judd, live in a palatial $7.3million mansion in Brighton, in Melbourne’s south-east.

No rules! House-proud football WAG Rebecca Judd surprised fans on Tuesday evening when she revealed she lets her children play ball games indoors. Pictured with two of her sons

No rules! House-proud football WAG Rebecca Judd surprised fans on Tuesday evening when she revealed she lets her children play ball games indoors. Pictured with two of her sons

The game of cricket took place in four-year-old twins Tom and Darcy’s bedroom.

Eldest son Oscar, nine, bowled a tennis ball while one of the twins hit it with a bat. They then reversed roles, with Oscar playing batsman.

Rebecca didn’t seem fazed by the possibility of damage to her beautiful home as she provided commentary from behind the camera.

‘Oh, you can’t kick it, buddy!’ she said, adding: ‘That’s a four!’

She captioned the clips: ‘What could go wrong? Bedtime cricket.’

The Judds completely transformed their Spanish colonial-style property after buying it for $7.3million in March 2018.

They replaced its dated aesthetic and apricot colour palette with stylish greys and blacks, adding modern touches like gold brass fittings, marble and steel doors.

However, the couple kept the home’s defining architectural feature, its arches, and used this shape as a theme throughout the interior.

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