Kate Ferdinand looked stunning in a glamorous new snap as she joked about day-to-day parenting.
The 30-year-old took to Instagram to share a beautiful picture of her wearing a wavey-patterned co-ord set as she posed in the living room.
She wore her hair in loose waves while rocking simple make-up and tagged her stylists in the picture.
“Given up with trying to hide the babies toys, they are everywhere,” she joked in the caption.
In the incredibly immaculate living room filled with grey stools and suede couches, a part of an infant bouncing chair can be seen.
To be fair, it works really well with the room’s simple aesthetics.
Fans took to the comment section to tell the star to ’embrace’ the life of being a mum.
“Don’t hide them embrace them,” one user said. “Being a mother is a huge part of who you are, so what that you have toys in the background of a photo, it keeps things real.”
Another person commented: “Jumperoo!! Best baby toy ever!! You won’t ever want to put that one away.”
“A few toys makes a house a home!” a supportive fan posted.
Kate has been using her Instagram to share her day-to-day stories on being a mum as well as her lavish dinner dates and gorgeous outfits.
She recently took to the platform to share a cute photo of her working out at home with her six-month-old son Cree – who she shares with her husband Rio Ferdinand.
The new mum donned gym gear but was understandably distracted by her baby boy, who ‘joined her’ with her exercises.
Captioning the sweet Instagram pic, Kate wrote: “New gym buddy” alongside several emojis.
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Kate’s workout comes weeks after she revealed her emergency caesarean section left her unable to walk for six weeks.
The former TOWIE star gave birth to her son Cree in December last year, and it took her weeks to start to recover from the birth.
Speaking to the Mirror, she said: “I had an emergency C-section, that’s like major stomach surgery, so you really have to ease yourself back in and listen to what the doctor said.
“I don’t think I could train for six weeks, I didn’t even really walk for six weeks I don’t think, and then I’ve been gradually building it up slowly.
“I am just listening to my body I’m not doing anything if I feel like it’s pulled or it’s just a little bit too much I’ll just stop,” she added.
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