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Kate Ferdinand shows off her toned abs in a black crop top for stylish snaps


She welcomed baby Cree in December last year with her husband Rio. 

And Kate Ferdinand took to Instagram to flaunt her taut abs in a black crop top for a pair of stylish snaps on Sunday.

The former TOWIE star, 30, showcased her postpartum body in the simple top and jeans as she worked her angles for the camera. 

Impressive: Kate Ferdinand, 30, took to Instagram to flaunt her taut abs in a black crop top for a pair of stylish snaps on Sunday

Kate added the chic top to a pair of indigo high waisted jeans that displayed her toned legs. 

She accessorised with a silver bangle, a delicate circle charm necklace, a pair of large gold hoops and a gold watch. 

Kate wore her golden tresses in loose waves and added a pop of colour to the ensemble with a pair of yellow stilettos. 

Stunning: The former TOWIE star showcased her postpartum body as she worked her angles for the camera in the midriff-baring top and jeans

Stunning: The former TOWIE star showcased her postpartum body as she worked her angles for the camera in the midriff-baring top and jeans 

Kate welcomed baby Cree with her husband Rio, 42, in December last year after tying the knot in September 2019. 

And Rio spoke out about his experience of fatherhood on Sunday as he told the Mirror he’s ‘delighted’ by life as a dad. 

The former England player revealed: ‘He’s great. We’re all delighted and happy. Having a lockdown baby means you’re there a lot more as a parent.

‘You can’t go out and work as you would before, which has been great. He’s been a great addition to our family.’

Sweet: Rio spoke out about his experience of fatherhood on Sunday as he told the Mirror he's 'delighted' by life as a dad since welcoming Cree with Kate in December last year

Sweet: Rio spoke out about his experience of fatherhood on Sunday as he told the Mirror he’s ‘delighted’ by life as a dad since welcoming Cree with Kate in December last year 

It comes after Kate revealed to MailOnline earlier this year that she would be a ‘madwoman’ to have another baby. 

The former TOWIE star is also a stepmother to husband Rio’s three children, Lorenz, 14, Tate, 12, and Tia, nine and asserted she doesn’t need ‘any more tears’ in the bustling household. 

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, she also highlighted the importance of being candid and honest about motherhood in the face of unrealistic standards perpetuated on social media.

Not happening: It comes after Kate revealed to the MailOnline earlier this year that she would be a 'madwoman' to have another baby

Not happening: It comes after Kate revealed to the MailOnline earlier this year that she would be a ‘madwoman’ to have another baby

‘I think four is enough, there’s already a lot going on and lots of crying,’ she said. ‘It’s a busy house. So I think I’d be a madwoman if I wanted anymore! Four is plenty for now.’

Content with her current family set-up, she gushed over her husband and said: ‘Rio has been amazing with Cree, he’s a wonderful dad, the kids love having the little one too!’ 

Kate has been open about the challenges she has faced since welcoming Cree, as she admitted earlier this month that exhaustion and anxiety had reached an ‘all-time-high’ following the birth. 

The mother needed an emergency caesarean section while in labour, which she is still recovering from after not being able to walk for six weeks. 

Hands full: The former TOWIE star is also a stepmother to Lorenz, 14, Tate, 12, and Tia, nine - husband Rio's three children with late wife Rebecca

Hands full: The former TOWIE star is also a stepmother to Lorenz, 14, Tate, 12, and Tia, nine – husband Rio’s three children with late wife Rebecca 

According to Kate, the difficulties she has faced as a parent aren’t always truthfully portrayed or discussed on social media.

She said: ‘It’s important to be honest on Instagram and share your feelings, even if I’m feeling down, emotional or haven’t managed to do something that I was planning on doing. 

‘I feel like a lot of the time, people aren’t open, especially when it comes to pregnancy or becoming a new mum. They always want to put up the best picture without showing the reality.

Open and honest: Kate has  highlighted the importance of being candid about motherhood in the face of unrealistic standards perpetuated on social media

Open and honest: Kate has  highlighted the importance of being candid about motherhood in the face of unrealistic standards perpetuated on social media

‘I used to put a pressure on myself to look a certain way and to keep on top of my fitness, but I feel like I’m a lot more comfortable now being open and honest with myself.

‘There’s so many bits of advice I feel like I missed out on during pregnancy which people just don’t talk about, like having a C-section. 

‘It is a major surgery and because it was an emergency operation, it was traumatic and a lot to heal from. I am just trying to listen to my body and accept the changes.’

Speaking out: According to Kate, the difficulties she has faced as a parent aren't always truthfully portrayed or discussed on social media

Speaking out: According to Kate, the difficulties she has faced as a parent aren’t always truthfully portrayed or discussed on social media



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