She’s got more than 600,000 Instagram followers and been dubbed the ‘Queen of WAGs’.
But Bec Judd, 34, has admitted she may be addicted to sharing photos of herself, husband Chris and their four children to social media.
Talking on her 3pm Pick-Up radio show on KIIS FM, Judd revealed she is considering a ‘social media detox pan’ because of her while also confessing that she’s unfollowed some close friends because what they post is ‘boring’.
During the Monday afternoon discussion with co-hosts Katie Dimond (aka Monty) and Yumi Stynes, Bec detailed the extent of her social media battle.
‘I’m addicted, it’s actually a problem – it’s a real problem,’ the mother-of-four said.
‘That’s why I turned off comments on Insta because I was wasting too much bloody time thinking about what people, who I didn’t even know, were writing about me.
Ruthless: Judd revealed she is considering a ‘social media detox pan’ while also confessing that she’s unfollowed some close friends because what they post is ‘boring’
‘You find yourself just picking up and checking, picking up and checking. Just get it away, put it in another room… We need a detox plan.’
And it appears she’s not alone, with her co-hosts revealing their partners had given them ultimatums about checking their phones.
However that wasn’t where Bec’s social media related confessions ended, with the wife of former AFL star Chris Judd confessing she’s unfollowed her friends on Instagram.
‘I had to unfollow somebody last week and I’ve been wanting to do it for a little while but I just wasn’t brave enough because I thought of if I run into him and he’s a really nice,’
‘But far out, he’s gone skiing and mate, if you’ve seen one snow capped mountain you’ve seen them all.’
Saying she didn’t like the constant ‘spam’ of repeated photos in her stream, Bec told her fellow personalities the cull simply had to be done.
‘Sometimes I just want to do a quick scroll through my Insta, get my Insta fix, and when I’m just seeing 10 photos of snow it’s wasted,’ she wrote.
Still time for a selfie: Last week, busy Bec celebrated her first day back on her other job as weather presenter for Channel Nine’s The Today Show, marking the occasion with a selfie
Helping hand: Bec often posts more than one photo a day, but said her husband often makes her aware if she is oversharing selfies
While Bec often posts more than one photo a day, she said her husband often makes her aware if she is oversharing selfies, photos of their kids or images of fashion.
Judd was announced as a co-host of the radio show in late January, returning to work after giving birth to twin boys Tom and Darcy in September 2016.
She and husband Chris married in 2010 and have two other children: Oscar, five and their only daughter Billie, who is two.