Shocked by her candour, the mum-of-four said she wasn't sure how to respond to the question, however, tried to explain to the child that she didn't know her mum well enough to have her attend the private event.
"I didn't want to risk breaking her little heart," the radio host continued. "'I like her, we're just not close, she works full time and I just never, ever see her. I had nothing to say back to [the girl]."
Her explanation of the awkward encounter comes after she revealed the lead up to her star-studded bash was nothing short of a disaster. Speaking on her radio show yesterday afternoon, Chris Judd's wife said the day before their guests were set to arrive at her 'Juddchella' party, her hubby drove his car into their newly built garage, leaving a massive hole in the freshly painted wall!
“The morning before (the party) Chris smashed one of our cars into the garage wall which is the first bit of the house that people walked into,” she said "I was having a house-warming party but I locked the house because I did not want 125 drunk people wrecking it. So people had to walk through the garage. There is a hole … We need to get it replastered.”
As we also know, the police were also called and turned up to the party moments after their new neighbour made a noise complaint.
"At 4:40 pm we have the police at the front door because a neighbour had complained because their daughter was trying to study and couldn't. 4:40 pm on a Saturday afternoon. Unbelievable! The sun was shining, it was a beautiful day. Day, not night," she said on the KIIS FM show.
"Anyway, the police come. They take a listen and say, 'You can actually turn it up louder and you can actually go on later. You can go until 10:30.'"
Their presence came as a shock to the television presenter considering she'd warned her neighbours in advance that she and her husband were throwing a lavish event.
"I am a bit of a goody-two-shoes and always make sure that I do the right thing by everybody," she added. "So I texted some of my neighbours, emailed some of the others and did a letter drop as well to all of the aforementioned people and said, 'It is going to be very loud. We have a DJ and a sax player, but it's going to finish at 10pm.'"
Things took a turn for the worse the day after the event, with multiple of her Instagram followers complaining she'd blocked them after they criticised her for flaunting her wealth and new home while thousands of Australians overcome the devastation the recent bushfires caused.
An avid follower of Bec's recently reached out to WHO.com.au, telling us she was extremely disappointed to see her polite Instagram comment— which asked her to consider donating to charity instead of blowing money on a party— was deleted and she was later blocked.
"I would like to make the public aware of Rebecca Judd's response to my comment on her 'housewarming party' photos on Instagram. I highlighted that it would be more positive and encouraging for people to see her give back to the community given the devastation from the bushfires and how financially blessed she is... instead of flashing her money with posts such as this," the angry user told WHO. "She has blocked me on Instagram and deleted my comment from her post."
Despite the hiccup and to many people's dismay, Bec confirmed yesterday that a bigger, better and more expensive version of her infamous party will return next year! According to the socialite, Judchella 2.0 is already in the works and will serve as a launch for her athletic wear company, Jaggad. She also claimed the follow-up event will not be held at her home, rather will be "massive party down the coast".
"It's going to be Juddchella version two. It's going to be an epic party," Bec told The Daily Telegraph.