Kate Ferdinand has shown off her growing baby bump, as she prepares to welcome her first child with husband Rio Ferdinand.
The 29-year-old stunned in a red halterneck bikini, as she enjoyed a “last minute break”.
Taking to Instagram, Kate showcased her baby bump – admitting she had the “best holiday”.
“Back home from a last minute break …. in our favourite place 🧡 we really have had the best holiday 🥰🙏🏻” she captioned the post.
Kate credited Rio’s daughter Tia for taking the photograph, who the footballer shared with his late wife Rebecca – who sadly passed away in 2015.
Kate recently opened up about her pregnancy struggles on the social media platform.
The Essex native admitted that it was “scary” being pregnant for the first time, but described having a “little human” inside her as “an amazing feeling”.
She also explained in a candid post that she has been suffering from terrible morning sickness and migraines.
View this post on Instagram
I’ve been pretty quiet on here recently. Honestly, I’ve just been so exhausted I don’t know wether I’m coming or going😫 how I’ve been feeling has been changing daily so I’ve found it hard to share anything because I don’t really know how I feel myself 🤣 …. any other pregnant women feeling the same? Or am I losing my mind?? Anyway, after posting a workout yesterday I’ve had so many questions about working out so thought I would share with you my journey so far. It’s taken me some time to really get used to the fact that I’m growing a little human in me and to slow down. I’m always running around a hundred miles an hour, trying to do everything and taking it easy is just not in my makeup, it’s taken some adjustments 🙏🏻. In regards to training I trained for the first 8 weeks and then became absolutely exhausted, I really struggled with everything, I just felt sick tired and all over the place constantly… it was hard for my mind but I really had to listen to my body; rest & take it easy. When I say take it easy, I took it very easy there was lots of naps and not a lot of anything else 🤣😴 After the 12 week mark I have started to feel gradually better and felt I could get back into doing more bits that I would normally do and back into training slowly, I’ve been doing Pilates & some weight training – my mind feels so much better for it, for me the gym is like therapy it really does help me stay calm and less anxious. Saying all of this, there are still days I feel absolutely wiped out, have terrible migraines & I do just go back to bed. In all honestly those days I feel so useless and have been having terrible guilt that I’m not around for the kids and Rio is doing everything 😫 It’s such an amazing feeling having a little human inside of you, our family is so excited but it’s also so scary being pregnant for the first time… I worry about everything 🤦🏼♀️ having 3 big kiddies to look after and feeling like a ‘mum’ already but actually not being through this experience before has me feeling all types of confused! I just wanted to share the reality of how I’m feeling, also some hope that I’m not alone ❤️ lots of love x
Kate and Rio confirmed her pregnancy back in June by posting a sweet video of them telling Rio’s kids Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and nine-year-old Tia.
“The crazy house is about to get a little bit crazier 🙊,” Kate shared.
“Every time I watch this it makes me cry, the best reaction 😢❤️🤗 Baby Ferdy we are all so excited to meet you 💗💙”
The couple tied the knot in Marmaris, Turkey last September.
On the latest episode of Goss Chats, Goss.ie CEO Ali Ryan chats to Alan Hughes about life during the coronavirus pandemic.
The TV presenter admits working on Ireland AM has been a “life saver” over the past few months, and opens up about his fears over the future of his Cheerios Panto.
Goss Chats is sponsored by top aesthetic clinic Haus of JeJuve.