Kate Ferdinand shows off her toned tummy as Rio reveals he's 'loving life' with baby Cree

KATE Ferdinand showed off her toned tummy as Rio revealed he's "loving life" with baby Cree.

The 29-year-old former Towie star gave birth to adorable baby Cree last December.

Kate smouldered in a navy denim crop top as she posed in her plush walk-in wardrobe.

She revealed her flat tum and tiny waist in her photo on Instagram.

The style queen teamed it with high-waisted navy trousers and added a pop of colour with her sharp yellow pumps.

Meanwhile Kate's husband Rio, 42, has opened up about life as a new dad and revealed the whole family is "delighted and happy" with new baby son Cree.

The former footballer is dad to Lorenz 14, Tate, 12, and Tia, 10, from his previous marriage to late wife Rebecca, and he and Kate welcomed Cree last year.

When asked how Cree is doing, Rio told The Mirror's Notebook: "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."

Just last month Kate has said she would be a “madwoman” to have another baby after having her son Cree last year.

She told the MailOnline: “I think four is enough, there’s already a lot going on and lots of crying.

“It's a busy house. So I think I'd be a madwoman if I wanted any more! Four is plenty for now.”

The reality TV star went on to say how becoming a mum has changed her outlook on many things.

Now she no longer puts so much pressure on herself.

She explained that most of the time she doesn’t look glamorous like she does on Instagram and instead spends her days make-up free, running after the kids.

Kate added: "You don’t realise how tired you will become [having a baby]! I knew with having three older kids it can be tiring but being a mum to a newborn is a whole new level."

Kate has been showing fans the reality of childbirth since Cree was born and earlier this month she gave fans an insight into what it was like as she struggled to find the energy to wash.

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