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REVEALED: Bec Judd’s $7.3 million home renovation mistake

That had to hurt!
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Australian model Rebecca Judd lives a life of luxury few of us dare to dream of.

Married to Chris Judd, one of Australia’s leading football stars, the genetically-blessed couple play house in a sprawling Melbourne mansion with their four equally beautiful children, Billie, Oscar and twins Tom and Darcy.

But even the rich and famous have their share of household problems – albeit rather more expensive ones than most of us are used to.

WATCH this video to get a glimpse inside Bec’s impossibly glamorous life…

In an interview with KIIS 101.1’s Jase and PJ, Bec spoke about the Judd’s home renovation project and revealed her shock and disappointment that her Range Rover was too big to fit in the garage of her dream home.

(We’re trying to feel sorry for you Bec, we really are!)

The 36-year-old TV presenter said she “couldn’t even get the nose in” when she tried to drive the luxury vehicle into her $7.3 million Brighton home, due to a “huge column” in the centre of the roller doors.

Bec and husband Chris are looking at a hefty $50,000 to fix the garage issue which Bec deemed “a major snag”.

The WAG admitted neither she or former AFL star Chris measured the floor space when they went hunting for their perfect family home last year, and offered a word of advice to would be home buyers.

“When you go to home inspections, you never think to drive your cars into the garage to see if they fit or not.

“If you’re listening, measure the garage!” the mother-of-four urged.

The Postcards host offered fans a glimpse inside her stunning new home in Thursday night’s episode of Channel Nine’s The Style School.

The Spanish-style Melbourne property, which the Judd’s chose to accommodate their big family, features a billiards table, in-house bar, workout gym, tennis court and clubhouse as well as a grand spiral staircase and a “big screen TV to watch the footy”, Daily Mail Australia reports.

Bec and Chris are also planning to install a ‘MagnaPool’,a magnesium mineral pool system to soothe aches and pains.

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