Juggling a full-time job as a mum with two young children is not for the faint hearted but Rebecca manages the pressure with consummate ease and a broad smile.
So the days of playing the piano, picking up her flute and following the England rugby squad to matches in different parts of the world including Australia, where she saw them win the world cup, have been put on hold for the time being and the latter without doubt permanently.
Her husband Chris has joined Thomson Estates while Rebecca is now working alongside Margaret to get Fine & Country Jersey firmly established and to that extent they are already getting a lot of referrals from the main group.
“ It’s full speed ahead for both of us right now and our aim is to capture the high value end of the market by introducing this very well known and respected national brand to Jersey,” she said.
“Margaret and I are totally committed and we will be offering the same outstanding service that the rest of our company is known for providing.”
Vicky is also an integral part of their team helping with all the ongoing administrative back up and communications to make sure that everything runs as smoothly as possible.
Their next project is to build a separate website for Fine & Country Jersey which will feature plenty of useful information about the Island for anyone wanting to relocate here.
“We want to develop a central reference point so that people aiming to move from the UK or further afield get a broad idea in one place what’s makes us tick as a place to live and work.”
When asked if there’s anything particular that makes her happy, and with business and family taking up so many hours in the day, Rebecca answered without much delay – chocolate. Apparently, the one little treat that’s guaranteed to get you five star service.
And one day in the not too distant future, when the children are a little bit older, she hopes to join an orchestra.