The pictures follow news that Bec has had a rough time of late, as she recently had a run-in with the law while out in Melbourne – where the family have relocated full-time, since saying goodbye to their home in the Bahamas.
She was out picking up her dog, Bux, from the vet, when the mum-of-three stopped to chat with a friend, but when Bec returned to her car, she was disheartened to find she'd been slapped with a parking fine.
While the 35-year-old put on a brave face, as she drove off, the incident just added to a string of dramas Bec has been dealing with.
Earlier this month, Bec and Lleyton faced the shocking news that their former Aussie family home - where they raised their girls and 10-year-old son Cruz Lleyton - had been hit by a mystery firebomb.
A Molotov cocktail was thrown at the West Lakes waterfront mansion in Adelaide, which the couple sold in 2014, causing a small fire that was thankfully quickly extinguished.
The owner, who only gave his name as Emmanouel, played down the attack as “no big deal” but reports claim the police do not believe the incident was random.
Bec no doubt tried to put the dramas behind her and enjoy the family time in London while supporting two-time Grand Slam winner Lleyton, who will be competing as a wild card doubles entrant at Wimbledon, which kicks off this week.
But it was clear from the pictures that she seems to be still dealing with some worry.
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It’s no secret that the former actress put her career on hold to support her husband of 14 years, and while she has always stood by him, the couple have had to fight back rumours of marriage troubles in the past.
Speaking to Stellar magazine, she said: “I was fortunate enough to be travelling with Lleyton and got to see
all these wonderful places and have these memories with my kids.
"I am with the kids all the time. Every minute of the day. And I love it.”
Despite the reports, it’s clear the couple are still going strong, as Lleyton was later seen trying to console Bec with a kiss and cuddle.
Bec also seems to draw strength from her children, as she posted on social media: “I am always learning from Mia! How to be patient, how to be positive and how to be a better person.”
Last year, it appeared that after her long hiatus, Bec was going back to work when she landed a role hosting Nine Network’s travel show Hello World.
However, it appears she has once again put her career on the back burner to pursue her husband's continued tennis ambitions and Bec insists she has no regrets.
“It was never a choice, a decision, that I made [to quit acting],” she told Stellar.
“It just naturally happened because, obviously, I wanted to be there with the kids. I don’t want to miss anything.”
Former world number one tennis player Lleyton Hewitt is the last Australian to win a men's singles Grand Slam title.
In 2001, he became the youngest man ever to be ranked world number, at just 20-years-old.
Hewitt went on to win 30 singles titles, including the 2011 US Open and 2002 Wimbledon men's singles, as well as back-to-back Tennis Masters Cups in 2001 and 2002 and Australia's Davis Cup in 1999 and 2003.
He was defeated in the 2004 US Open final by Swiss star Roger Federer in straight sets.
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