Kate Ferdinand breaks silence after giving birth with sweet tribute to friend

Kate Ferdinand has broken her silence for the first time since she gave birth to her and husband Rio Ferdinand's first child together.

The 29-year-old former TOWIE reality TV star, who packed it in to be a mum to Rio's three kids, spoke out for the first time since giving birth to her first biological child with Rio by wishing a "special" friend happy birthday.

Taking to her official Instagram Story, the mum-of-one shared two beautiful snaps of herself with her pal Hayley as the pair looked gorgeous.

Kate wished Hayley a happy birthday and thanked her for "being you" in the touching tribute.

Taking to the caption of the two snaps, she wrote: "We all love you very much, thank you for being you x."

Kate shared a white background and placed the two photos on it along with the text.

In the photos, the pair can both be seen wearing bright red lipstick as they smile while flashing their pearly white teeth.

In the second picture, the pair can be seen laughing hysterically.

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Rio also broke his silence by taking to his Instagram account for the first time since becoming a father for the fourth time.

Deciding to hold his tongue when it came to the new addition and instead took to Instagram to share some football banter.

Breaking his silence since the recent birth, he instead opted to give his 4.5million followers a bit of light-hearted fun as he poked fun at some of his supporters from his previous club Leeds as they took on Manchester United.

He shared a picture of a young lad wearing a white football shirt and holding a banner that read: "Rio who?"

The professional centre-back shared the image to make light of his mammoth transfer deal as he left Manchester United for Leeds in 2002, landing himself a record multi-million pound fee.

He captioned it: "The cheek of it. 'Rio who' ya know! And I was your captain little man."

Making his worth known, he finished: "British Transfer Record £30million."

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