Bec Judd has caused quite a stir after sharing photo’s of the birthday party she threw for her daughter’s fifth birthday.

People are claiming the cost of the event could have easily fed “a hundred homeless people for a month”.

The 36-year-old mother-of-four posted photos of her daughter Billie’s LOL doll-themed birthday and party on Instagram.

Parents were quick to point out that the event was ever-so-slightly over the top, with many parents expressing disappointment that they would never be able to provide such a decadent party for their own children.

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Happy birthday to our one and only Princess. The LOL Doll obsession is real…. for all of us ????????

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Party time. LOL Doll much? ???????? A post shared by Rebecca Judd (@becjudd) on

“Wow she’s spoilt,” one woman wrote.

“Lol sorry I should have said very spoilt,” she continued in a separate comment.

Another person savaged the set-up, labelling it “utterly disgusting!”.

“What overindulgence for a five year old,” the comment read.

“Would probably feed a hundred homeless people for a month. I’m out of here!”

“This birthday is the cutest but would (have) cost a fortune! Look how many LOL dolls there are!” another said.

“Far out that’s a lot of LOL’S!!!”

While other parents soon jumped to Bec’s defence saying there was nothing excessive about it at all.

TBH to me it just looks like one of those little party kits you can purchase at a party shop with all the themed goodies.

It appears to be a plastic table cover, paper cups, paper plates and lolly boxes, plus a few paper decorations. With some cake and fairy bread. Nothing overly excessive there!

Bec’s response

Bec has actually since responded to the accusations on her Insta stories saying,

“Kmart accessories, home made fairy bread and fruit skewers, a cake from the shop around the corner and party supplies from the discount party shop – hardly lavish!”  Good on you Bec!

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Do you think it was a bit too much?

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  • Yes I think it’s too much. But I spoilt my kids on their birthdays too, I just didn’t have as big a budget as Bec Judd. I would like to think she doesn’t do this every year for each of her kids. It is too indulgent, they won’t learn to appreciate things


  • Who cares! A kid should be spoilt on her birthday. I bet she will remember it forever.


  • People really need to curb their immediate need to criticise. They are very wealthy – this is probably not over the top for them. Us mere mortal might not be able to do this for our kids but how lovely for this 5 year old – she will remember this always!


  • I don’t think this is a lavish party at all. Now if there was pony rides and a merry-go-round I’d believe it. This would have cost a lot less than a dinner party where people would spend a lot of money on alcohol.


  • I defs don’t go that far for our kids birthdays, but I don’t think it’s that lavish. There’s no pony, miniature elephant or crystal lemonade fountain. People are ridiculous. Aside romthat, the woman is clearly wealthy and is entitled to spend their money how they see fit


  • To each their own – so long as Billie isn’t excessively spoilt because she is the only girl in this family of children, why not.


  • It’s hard to know without being there, but it’s certainly not as bad as we’ve seen from other celebrities.


  • Those LOL dolls should be discouraged. So much plastic and waste and yes they are expensive.
    Apart from that it looks like quite a normal party but those dolls are $$$


  • LOL how tacky and inappropriate for a 5yr old. Give her all she wants, nothing wrong with that hey! Just more disappointment from Bec Judd. Why anybody takes any advice from her is beyond me


  • It is hard to make a comment when you do not know exactly how much she spent on the party. I have heard of one woman spending $5,000 on a kid’s birthday. Now that is excessive


  • people need to get a life! I threw a special birthday for my daughter’s 5th don’t see the problem it’s not something you do all the time!


  • People should just not follow Bec if they don’t like what she posts. I agree with her… anyone can create a magnificant party on a shoestring budget. I’m wondering too if the distributors of LOL’s may have chipped in with some product to Bec to share with her daughter. They’re getting the most out of this.


  • I am sure their little princess loved it and that is all that matters


  • The birthday celebration is simple compare to our country where we hire venue in the hotel, hire party decorators, professional photography,etc to make our the birthday of our children special. Honestly I don’t see anything wrong about it.


  • Doesn’t look excessive at all. Looks like a great party for her daughter. Seriously fun police, she wanted to do something special for her daughter, she can do it and if she can’t spoil her daughter on her birthday, then when?!


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