For episode 49 of Offline, host Alison Rice sits down with one of her favourite women to follow on Instagram, Rebecca Burrow. If you’re looking for a realistic insight into parenting a toddler, then she encourages you to follow Bec. 

The modern mother, model and founder of Mini Marley Kids is about as real as it gets. She grew up in Wollongong on Sydney’s South Coast, and today lives in Yallingup, WA, with her husband Australian surfer Taj Burrow, their daughter Bella, and another little one on the way. 

At the time of recording, Bec was 16 weeks pregnant. 

This honest conversation was recorded live at an Offline Women’s Circle in Perth, in front of 25 warm and kind guests. Alison hasn’t edited it at all, because she wanted you to be able to experience Bec just as guests did that Sunday.

Bec had the circle captivated. She was generous and unguarded speaking about her time on Australia’s Next Top Model and what being on the show meant for her career, meeting Taj and his Burger Ring proposal, how she coped after losing her beautiful mum, birthing and mothering Bella and much more. 

Thank you QT Perth for hosting Offline in The Murray Room. Thank you Offline’s gift bag partners: Ultra Violette, Remy, Antipodes, Heartwood and Ettitude.

Thanks also go to Sophie, Maddie and Holly for donating their time and expertise to help plan and execute such a meaningful Offline Women’s Circle. 

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