Rebecca Judd was feeling nostalgic on Friday.
The AFL WAG posted a photo of herself and BFF Nadia Bartel at the beach during their recent European trip to Instagram.
The two women showed off their cleavage in tiny bikinis as they sipped on rose wine.
Nadia looked incredible in a white string two-piece, while Bec flaunted her washboard abs in a red swimsuit teamed with tiny denim shorts.
She also accessorised with a Loewe denim sunhat, while Nadia covered her face with a straw cowboy hat.
Nadia and Bec have been friends for years and support each other by spruiking their brands on Instagram.
Most recently Bec modelled one of Nadia’s Henne designs.
She took to Instagram to share a clip of herself in one of Nadia’s streetwear designs, wearing the Ergi Cargo Pant, worth $209.
She paired it with the Isabella bodysuit, worth $149.
The mother-of-four showcased a number of looks in the clip with her pairing the pants with both heels and sneakers.
It comes after Bec reflected on her cultural background while speaking to Stellar at the weekend.
Bec, who is soon to start on The Amazing Race, revealed she is Māori on her mother’s side, with fans rarely guessing it as her heritage.
‘Mum’s side is Māori, so we did a lot of trips to New Zealand when we were kids,’ the catwalk star told the publication.
‘No-one ever guesses that I’m Māori. No-one. Ever.’
Bec said her grandfather has a large farm in New Zealand, with their family regularly enjoying a hāngī – a traditional way of steaming food underground.
‘My pop has a big farm, and we’d have all the uncles and aunties over to have a hāngī every time we went over,’ she added.
During Bec’s wide-ranging Stellar interview, she also spoke of her working class roots to the publication.
‘We didn’t have much growing up and every dollar counted, so we really respected our food, our home and our belongings,’ she said.
Both Rebecca’s mother and father, Hugh Twigley and Kerry Brown, are from New Zealand.
They lived in a small cray fishing town called Leeman.
The pair moved to Western Australia in the late 70s to take advantage of the mining boom, before having Rebecca and older sister, Kate.
Kerry and Hugh separated early in Bec’s childhood, but remain close friends.
‘When they moved, mum was 16 and Dad was 22…they were like two kids,’ Rebecca previously told the Herald Sun.
‘I look back and think, ”I can’t believe they were ever together”,’ Bec added.
Bec is married to former AFL star Chris Judd and the couple have four children: Oscar, 12, Billie, nine, and twins Darcy and Tom, six.