Taking to Instagram to document the carnage, the radio host— who often speaks about her parenting techniques and fails— shared photos of their dining room table scattered with empty cups and art supplies along with half a dozen chairs and pillows they'd thrown on the ground in an attempt to create an indoor cubby house.
"So while I was outside cleaning the grout, my kids were inside and I thought I'd show you what they did!" she said in a video posted to her Instagram Story.
"Yep, apparently they were building a cubby and then maybe there was an earthquake or something," she said sarcastically. "But far out, I am not cleaning this s**t up!"
While we're unsure who was forced to clean the mess, she was on her hands and knees scrubbing last week when she discovered the tradies working on her home had left something particularly foul behind.
"It was kind of at the back of the bathroom under the vanity," she said on her KIIS FM's 3pm Pick-Up.
"We just renovated our house and we obviously had tradies building the house and the tradies, how nice is this, brought their own toilet bowl scrubber brush with them and they left it there," Bec confessed in the clip.
In true Bec style, she said she had only recently discovered the item after her Miele $1699 robot vacuum bumped into it while cleaning.
"I only saw it when Kevin nudged it and tried to clean around it. And just like that, voila, we have a toilet brush!"
Not long after the revelation, the Instagram influencer was labelled "out of touch" when she boasted about her expensive catered meals while many Australians struggle to make ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic.
"If you're in Melbourne, you would have heard of the Atlantic Group, they run a range of amazing venues and of course have the Atlantic Restaurant at Crown," she said.
She encouraged people to go get takeaway, which included lamb and date filo cigars, beef rib roasts, tortellini, potato gnocchi, ragu, butter chicken with rice along with fresh salads.