Bec Judd is currently enjoying his time in isolation.
On Thursday, she shared a long video of herself applying a fake tan in a guest room inside her Melbourne mansion.
The 37-year-old woman showed off her figure in cycling shorts from her Jaggad sportswear line as she applied golden tan foam to her slender legs.
Golden girl! Bec Judd showed her incredible figure after applying a fake tan at home in self-isolation on Thursday
“I love a fake tan because it makes your skin tone even,” she said to the camera.
“I find that if I have small marks or bruises, it looks good,” she added.
The TV presenter then shared before and after pictures of her that showed her a healthy brown glow only five minutes after applying the foam.
“It’s a great, really powerful tan,” she says, admiring her own reflection in the mirror.
Trim: 37-year-old woman showed off her figure in cycling shorts from her Jaggad sportswear line as she applied golden tan foam to her slender legs
The mother of four recently shared the moment of vexation that her twins, Tom and Darcy, threw toilet paper on the floor in the midst of the coronavirus stock crisis.
In a post on Instagram Tuesday, the footy WAG was not afraid to name and shame her young sons, sharing a photo of their work.
“FFS [for f**k’s sake], ‘Bec captioned a photo of a stack of toilet paper in the middle of the bathroom floor, adding the hashtag:’ #threeyearolds’.
“ It’s a really powerful big tan, ” Bec spouts, admiring his own reflection in the mirror.
The post comes after weeks of toilet paper shortages across the country, with Australians storing everyday essentials due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to Tom and Darcy, Bec is also the mother of an eight-year-old son, Oscar, and a six-year-old daughter, Billie.
She said she started home schooling on Monday after the Victorian government decided to close all schools to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Waste: Bec shared the annoying moment that his twins, Tom and Darcy, threw toilet paper on the floor in the midst of the coronavirus stock crisis
Bec has set up fake classrooms for his four children while they study at the $ 7.3 million family mansion in Brighton, Melbourne.
On Tuesday, she documented their first day of home schooling on Instagram.
One photo showed his eldest son Oscar taking an online course on his iPad while sitting at a marble table overlooking the tennis court.
Guilty: In Instagram post Tuesday, 37-year-old footballer WAG was not afraid to name and shame her young sons, Tom and Darcy, sharing a photo of their work
Education: Bec is also the mother of an eight-year-old son, Oscar, and a six-year-old daughter, Billie, whom she started following at home following the coronavirus pandemic.
Another video showed her daughter, Billie, saying “Hi!” to his classmates while talking via conference call on his tablet.
“Home schooling. Call! Rebecca said in the pictures, which also showed a luxury living space with a marble fireplace and abstract painting.
As of Thursday morning, there have been 2,675 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, resulting in 11 deaths.
Tragedy: Thursday morning, there were 2,675 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, resulting in 11 deaths