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Kate Ferdinand teases her midriff in a crop-top for the first time after welcoming son Cree


Kate Ferdinand has admitted she feels ‘nervous’ about what to wear post-lockdown.

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, she snapped a selfie in the mirror – with her giant walk-in closet in the backdrop – teasing her midriff in a busty black crop-top.

Kate noted that it’s the first time she’s worn such an item since welcoming son Cree three months ago – and that her body ‘has changed’ and ‘nothing fits’. 

Post-lockdown-ready? Kate Ferdinand has admitted she feels 'nervous' about what to wear when the COVID restrictions lift

Post-lockdown-ready? Kate Ferdinand has admitted she feels ‘nervous’ about what to wear when the COVID restrictions lift

She added a black and white silk flowing jacket and trouser set to the look, and styled her blonde locks in sleek straight lines.

She completed the look with a glam wash of make-up.

She penned: ‘Anyone else been nervous about what to wear when lockdown is over?  I’ve been wearing leggings for 4 months straight!

‘My body has changed since having the baby and I’ve really been stuck with what to wear so I decided to have a big try on and get myself together… anyone else struggle with what to wear post baby, I just feel like a different woman!’

She penned: 'Anyone else been nervous about what to wear when lockdown is over? I’ve been wearing leggings for 4 months straight!'

She penned: ‘Anyone else been nervous about what to wear when lockdown is over? I’ve been wearing leggings for 4 months straight!’

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday: Kate teased her midriff in a busty black crop-top

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday: Kate teased her midriff in a busty black crop-top

She recently revealed that she chose not to breastfeed her son Cree, three months, but was worried about admitting it. 

And Kate , 29, put on a dazzling display as she posed for a set of glamorous behind-the-scenes snaps from a recent photoshoot on Friday.   

Taking to Instagram, the former TOWIE star looked radiant as she wore a plunging beige vest top and silk pyjama bottoms.  

Glamorous: Kate put on a dazzling display as she posed for a set of glamorous behind-the-scenes snaps from a recent photoshoot on Friday

Glamorous: Kate put on a dazzling display as she posed for a set of glamorous behind-the-scenes snaps from a recent photoshoot on Friday

Kate tied her blonde tresses into a neat bun, while she accessorised with a gold bracelet and a small ring situated on one of her fingers.

She opted for a full face of make-up to enhance her stunning features, which included rosy blush and bright red lipstick.

Kate looked radiant as she beamed to the camera and captioned the photos with: ‘Such a fun day shooting today.’ 

Stunning: Taking to Instagram, the former TOWIE star, 29, looked radiant as she wore a plunging beige vest top and silk pyjama bottoms

Stunning: Taking to Instagram, the former TOWIE star, 29, looked radiant as she wore a plunging beige vest top and silk pyjama bottoms

Hair up: Kate tied her blonde tresses into a neat bun, while she accessorised with a gold bracelet and a small ring situated on one of her fingers

Hair up: Kate tied her blonde tresses into a neat bun, while she accessorised with a gold bracelet and a small ring situated on one of her fingers

It comes after the reality star opened up about her decision to not breastfeed her son Cree, three months. 

The former TOWIE star told how she feels there is ‘so much pressure’ on women to breastfeed and that she was hesitant to admit she decided to bottle feed instead.

Kate, who shares her son with husband Rio Ferdinand, 42, posted a heartwarming shot of herself feeding the tot and described him as ‘the happiest little soul’. 

Pretty in red: She opted for a full face of make-up to enhance her stunning features, which included rosy blush and bright red lipstick

Pretty in red: She opted for a full face of make-up to enhance her stunning features, which included rosy blush and bright red lipstick

She said: ‘Me and my bubba. I just love it when he looks at me when I’m feeding him. I chose not to breastfeed Cree.

‘For so many reasons and I was worried about admitting it at first as there is so much pressure to breastfeed, but thankfully now I just know that a fed baby is a happy baby and Cree is the happiest little soul and we are so grateful.

‘We had a few issues with other bottles for Cree, but @mamababy_uk has been amazing for us as a family.

Candid: It comes after the reality star opened up about her decision to not breastfeed her son Cree, three months

Candid: It comes after the reality star opened up about her decision to not breastfeed her son Cree, three months

Worries: In a candid post, Kate revealed she was worried about admitting to the fact she does not breastfeed her son

Worries: In a candid post, Kate revealed she was worried about admitting to the fact she does not breastfeed her son

‘They give babies the breastfeeding experience because their shape requires the same movement that a baby would use at the breast. They also prevent colic with the vented base. If Cree is happy we are happy.’

The candid snap comes after Kate shared a cryptic post about leading a ‘stress-free’ life to Instagram on Thursday.

Earlier this month, the new parent recalled crying ‘every single day for five weeks’ after giving birth to her baby boy as she struggled with her mental health. 

She wrote: ‘I don’t want to be around drama, conflict, or stress. I want to be around happy people, have happy times and a happy life.’

Honest: The former TOWIE star told how she feels there is 'so much pressure' on women to breastfeed that she was hesitant to admit she decided to bottle feed instead

Honest: The former TOWIE star told how she feels there is ‘so much pressure’ on women to breastfeed that she was hesitant to admit she decided to bottle feed instead

Kate also juggles her career with raising Rio’s three children Lorenz, 14, Tate, 12, and Tia, nine, from his relationship with late wife Rebecca Ellison. 

Former personal trainer Rebecca tragically passed away from breast cancer aged 34 in May 2015.

In February last year, the self-help author discussed the struggles she overcame when she took on the role of stepmother to Rio’s three kids in the BBC documentary Rio and Kate: Becoming a Stepfamily.  

The media personality was left feeling tearful for over a month after having an emergency C-section when she gave birth to her first child.

Difficulties: Earlier this month, the new parent recalled crying 'every single day for five weeks' after giving birth to her baby boy as she struggled with her mental health (pictured with Rio)

Difficulties: Earlier this month, the new parent recalled crying ‘every single day for five weeks’ after giving birth to her baby boy as she struggled with her mental health (pictured with Rio)

Since announcing the arrival of her tot, Kate has kept a relatively low profile while she recovers from her C-section at home.

The blonde told Fabulous magazine recently: ‘I think I cried every single day for about five weeks.

‘You expect to be doing everything you possibly can for your baby and when you can’t… it was something I really struggled with.

‘I was in my own little world, I felt really confused and had lots of anxiety and I didn’t think anyone understood.’

Kate added that she was ‘all over the place emotionally’ because she found it challenging to carry out daily tasks such as putting on clothes, and would need to call out for help if she dropped her phone because she couldn’t pick it up herself.

She said: 'You expect to be doing everything you possibly can for your baby and when you can’t… It was something I really struggled with'

She said: ‘You expect to be doing everything you possibly can for your baby and when you can’t… It was something I really struggled with’



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