She enjoyed a whirlwind trip to New York in November, followed by a luxury family holiday in Dubai last month.

And on Sunday, Rebecca Judd looked tense at Melbourne Airport, despite jetting off for yet another holiday – this time to Canada. 

The 35-year-old looked slightly overwhelmed as she juggled her four children and a heap of luggage alongside her AFL star husband, Chris.

Rebecca appeared strained as she and Chris engaged in a conversation at the check-in counter. 

At first glance, the glamorous WAG could’ve been mistaken for an ordinary mum as she doted on her four young kids, however, her designer threads and Louis Vuitton handbag were dead giveaways of her VIP status.

Rebecca showed off her slender figure in skinny leather trousers and a Jaggad T-shirt, paired with a $2,500 pink Moncler jacket.

She appeared to be makeup free with her brunette locks neatly swept up in ponytail.

Chris, 35, cut a casual figure in denim jeans and a grey T-shirt paired with brown leather shoes. 

The couple, who celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary last month, escorted their adorable children Oscar, seven, Billie, four, and two-year-old twins Tom and Darcy through the airport terminal.  

Each child carried a mini backpack, which likely contained entertainment for the long-haul flight. 

Last year, Channel Nine presenter Rebecca shared the secret behind her happy marriage.

‘We get a babysitter on a Wednesday night. We will go out for dinner, go and watch a movie,’ she told Who magazine.

‘The other night we didn’t have the babysitter, so we put the big kids to bed early, put the fire on, turned all the lights off and watched the State of Origin.’ 

She also dished on what life was like being married to former Carlton captain Chris during the height of his footy career. 

‘There was no sex on the game day!’ she said on her KIIS FM 3pm Pick-Up show.

‘Some guys needed sex on game day. It just depends… I think my husband didn’t want to blow any steam… save all his energy for the game. I’m not very sexual, I’m very prudish!’  

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