There’s not a whole lot to go off here but we can expect Rebecca Judd’s Logies gown is going to be spectacular.
The Channel Nine presenter shared a snap on Instagram of her gorgeous daughter Billie, soon to be big sister to twins, swimming in a big pile of tulle.
“Logies prep with princess. She was in HEAVEN!” she captioned the image. And judging by the look on Billie’s face we’d have to agree. She’s pretty pleased.
Judd tagged J’Aton Couture in the image, so as we all might have guessed, she will be teaming up with her long-running partners in fashion for the up-coming awards.
J’Aton designers Jacob Luppino and Anthony Pittorino have kitted out Judd for several glamorous events including Logies past, the AFL Brownlow Medal awards, and sister Kate’s wedding.
But this is not the first time they have dressed Judd as an expectant mum.
J’Aton designed not one but two stunning dresses for Judd’s wedding to husband Chris in 2010.
On this New Years Eve we send all our love & Energy to our Best friends @becjudd & @cjayfive on their 3rd Wedding Anniversary. And to all our Insta Family we wish you all a Happy New Year! We look forward to sharing 2014 with you all. Jacob & Anthony xx @jatoncouture A photo posted by J’Aton Couture (@jatoncouture) on Dec 30, 2013 at 11:16pm PST
As she later wrote about on her blog, she was 10 weeks pregnant at the time.
“I don’t recommend getting accidentally pregnant just before your wedding (oh, or your hen’s day which your besties have been planning for a year),” she joked. “No, save it for after the big day.”
Rebecca Judd discusses juggling being a new mum with her work in fashion on I Don’t Know How She Does It (post continues after video)/;
“We almost had a dress disaster as I was starting to literally bust out of my ceremony dress in my final fittings,” Judd wrote. But thankfully the “miraculous, beautiful J’aton Couture boys” were able to make some last minute nips and tucks and Judd was thrilled. “I had my dream dress- all 30kgs of white, amazing, decadence.”
Her reception dress, named the Keisha-on-steroids, was modelled after Keisha Whitaker, who wore the original version to the 2008 Oscars. Judd explains they added the “on-steroids” part due to the incredible opulence of her dresses embellishments.
Click through for a gallery of some of Rebecca Judd’s sensational red-carpet looks:
So far our only hints are tulle and J’Aton. But even with that combination (and throw in a blossoming bump for good measure) it’s fair to say Judd will look absolutely stunning at the up-coming Logies.
We can’t wait to see the finished product.
You can listen to the full episode of Rebecca Judd’s I Don’t Know How She Does It below.