It’s not secret Rebecca Judd enjoys the finer things in life.
This also applies to her beach day essentials as she revealed on Instagram on Thursday.
The 37-year-old enjoyed a day at the beach and shared a photo of her must haves, which she laid out on a beach towel.
Her biggest item was her bag collaboration, called The Bec Bag, with Prene Bag.
The $199 neoprene tote, which perfectly protects against sand, water and wind, sat alongside a bottle of sunscreen.
The $26 bottle of SPF 50 was from The Skincare Company, which Bec is an ambassador for.
Rounding out her essentials was a pair of $690 pale pink Christian Dior slides.
While most people wouldn’t dare to bring their designer items with them to the beach, Bec was happy to take hers.
This comes after the blonde beauty revealed to her legions of followers that she has four washing machines in the laundry room of her $7.3million mansion.
As she treated her followers to a tour of her $7.3 million Melbourne mansion in the ritzy suburb of Brighton, she showed off the laundry room.
The room was impeccably-styled four identical Fisher and Paykel washer/dryer machines all lined-up in a row, which retail for around $1200 per machine.
The rest of the laundry room and adjoining mud room are equally impressive, with a number of cabinets for sports gear, all which feature an initial for each member of the family.
Bec and her family moved into the mansion in October 2019, following months of extensive renovations.
On 23 November 2019, Bec and her AFL star husband Chris Judd threw a glamorous Coachella-themed housewarming party for 120 guests – nicknamed ‘Juddchella’.
Rebecca and Chris had purchased the Spanish Colonial home 12 months earlier.
The abode is certainly big enough to house them and their four young children, son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twin sons Tom and Darcy, four.
Love Island’s Georgia Steel is still in the Maldives while her native UK trundles through its third COVID-19 lockdown.
But that didn't stop her flaunting her golden tan on Instagram for her stranded followers back home.
She slipped herself into a black two-piece and added a bucket sun hat to the look, basking on the uncomfortable-looking steps.
The reality star, 22, left little to the imagination, showcasing her long limbs and toned tummy.
She wore her brunette locks in sleek lines, tucked behind her shoulders, but kept make-up simple so as not to interfere with her sunning.
She threw a see-through black sarong on and flashed her peachy behind in another snap, as she got up and left her bathing spot.
Georgia captioned the photos, 'I’ll put you on my bucket list' - a reference to her large hat.
Georgia is throwing caution to the wind in the face of the global crisis by country-hopping with fellow ex-reality star Joanna Chimonides.
The stars hadn't a care in the world as they flew from Dubai to the Maldives, under the headline of 'work purposes'.
She previously told her 1.6m Instagram followers the ‘work’ trip had been planned for a long time and she was thankful it could go ahead despite the pandemic.
She captioned one: ‘I feel so lucky to be able to travel with my job at the moment.
‘I’m so grateful that I’ve been given the opportunity to work with @velassarumaldives for the next week and make memories that are going to last me a lifetime.
‘I thank the universe every day.’
The trip comes amid claims reality stars like Georgia, Chloe Ferry, and Laura Anderson are reportedly earning up to £7k per sponsored post on Instagram during their trips to Dubai.
According to reports from The Sun on Saturday, influencers who have jetted off to the sun-drenched city amid the coronavirus crisis are able to rake in thousands of pounds through the content they provide on social media.
The publication shared reports from digital marketing agency Pilot Fish Media, which claimed that Chloe, 25, is able to earn £6,508 for every snap she shares via Instagram while abroad.
Meanwhile, the posts that Laura shares with her 1.4 million followers can earn her an estimated £3,113 per sponsored post.
It was also reported that Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei is able to earn $4,395 per post, while Anton Danyluk rakes in £2,244 for his snaps.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Chloe, Laura, and Georgia for further comment.
Stars like Chloe, Georgia, and Arabella Chi have jetted abroad under the ruse that their trips are 'for work,' sparking backlash from fans who have been holed up in lockdown amid the .
Georgia's travel to the Maldives from Dubai comes after it was announced on Monday that travellers returning to the UK from the UAE will have to quarantine.
The news follows a 52 per cent surge in the number of COVID -19 cases there - an undoubted shock for the influencer-packed city.
Georgia joined a slew of Love Island stars living it up in the UAE, with many claiming their travel was 'for work'.
Under the latest lockdown rules, which are now in effect, holidays are banned as international travel is only permitted for a strict number of reasons such as for work.
Within the UK, domestic holidays are also banned as you must stay at home at all times except for a limited number of 'reasonable excuses' such as shopping for essentials or work.
The Government has said if you need to travel you should stay local – meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live – and look to reduce the number of journeys you make overall.
It was also recently revealed that new rules will require international travellers to come back negative after a PCR test before arriving in England, with the rules coming into force from Friday (January 15).
From 4am on January 15, passengers arriving by boat, train or plane - including UK nationals - will have to take a test up to 72 hours before leaving the country.
They will need to present proof of a negative test result - using a PCR test or on some occasions a LAMP or lateral flow test - to their carrier on boarding while the UK Border Force will conduct spot checks on arrivals.
Excavations of a massive Anglo-Saxon cemetery in Northamptonshire have revealed thousands of beads and brooches, along with weapons, textiles and other goods.
Experts from the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) uncovered the burial site at Overstone Gate amid preparations of the 15 hectare area for construction.
Over the course of 12 months, the team identified 154 Anglo-Saxon graves, together containing nearly 3,000 treasured objects the buried took to their resting place.
This included around 2,000 individual beads, 150 brooches, 75 wrist clasps, 15 rings and 15 chatelaines — a type of decorative clasp from which chains usually hang.
The researchers also found cosmetic kits, bone combs and weapons including 40 knives, 25 spears and 15 shield bosses.
The team even found preserved pieces of textile — which normally do not survive to make it into the archaeological record — mineralised next to metal objects.
Alongside the cemetery, the dig also revealed an Anglo-Saxon settlement of 22 structures — with another 20 buildings of the same age scattered around the site.
Also uncovered were three round barrows and four buildings from the Bronze Age, along with 46 prehistoric burials.
'The Overstone Leys site contains by far the biggest Anglo-Saxon cemetery ever found in Northamptonshire,' said MOLA project manager Simon Markus.
'It is rare to find both an Anglo-Saxon settlement and a cemetery in a single excavation,' he explained.
'Excavations will help us understand the way people lived in both the Anglo-Saxon period, around 1,500 years ago as well as the Bronze Age, nearly 4,000 years ago.'
'The human remains will tell us about diet, health and even the origins of the people themselves whilst their buildings can teach us what their day-to-day lives were like and how they utilised the local landscape in these two different periods.'
'We’re blown away by the findings at our site in Overstone and have enjoyed learning more about what the land was previously used for,' said Barratt and David Wilson Homes South Midlands' managing director, John Dillion.
'It is amazing to think that people have been building homes on this site for around 4,000 years,' he added.
'We hope to continue this long-standing tradition with our new and already flourishing community.'
'The true impact of developer funding for archaeological work is never more apparent than on sites like these,' said archaeological consultant Simon Mortimer of the RPS Group, the development project's heritage consultants.
'These are ‘once a lifetime discoveries’ for the archaeologists on site and none of this was known about before we started on site.'
'This is huge advance in our understanding of two key periods in the history of Northamptonshire — the Bronze Age and the Saxon periods and there is a unique story to tell which links populations across 3000 years.'
Попавший под санкции США трубоукладчик «Фортуна» вернулся к месту достройки газопровода «Северный поток — 2». Об этом свидетельствуют данные глобальной системы позиционирования судов Marine Traffic.
Баржа покинула немецкий порт Росток, в котором находилась с начала прошлой недели.
Ранее другое судно, способное достроить газопровод, «Александр Черский», взяло курс на немецкий порт Висмар.
До этого США ввели санкции против «Фортуны» и владельца судна — компании «КВТ-Рус», чтобы помешать строительству «Северного потока — 2».
Реализация проекта «Северный поток — 2» была приостановлена из-за введенных США в декабре 2019 года санкций против подрядчиков газопровода. Президент Владимир Путин заявил в январе 2020 года, что «Северный поток — 2» будет достроен российскими силами, но строительство завершится на несколько месяцев позже, чем было запланировано.