KATE Ferdinand today looked incredible in a lowcut blue top just four months after giving birth.
The yummy new mummy showed off her fabulous figure on Instagram as she embraces motherhood.
Katie Ferdinand looked amazing in this lowcut blue top[/caption]
Sharing today’s pic she captioned it with: “Feeling blue …. .”
Stylish Kate completed the look with a slick of blue eyeshadow and an oversized white coat which fell from her shoulders.
Her appreciative husband was first to comment, writing: “Don’t normally like blue but I love this .”
The mum-of-one has been embracing her post baby body[/caption]
The new snaps come as Kate exclusively told The Sun how she is learning to love her new post-baby body.
The former Towie regular, who is married to ex-England footie star Rio, has candidly revealed how “overwhelmed” she was adjusting to her figure following the birth of their son Cree shortly before Christmas.
Kate won huge praise from her fans when just 11 days after Cree’s birth she shared a warts-and-all picture with the tot on Instagram.
Wearing a pair of less-than-glamorous big black pants she also talked about how difficult she was finding being a new mum.
Kate’s husband Rio was quick to comment on how great she looked[/caption]
Kate told us: “There are so many things about motherhood that no one tells you. I’d had the baby and I was in this whirlwind of emotion.
“My body was not the body I recognised. I felt really overwhelmed.
“I was feeling really abnormal and I started panicking. ‘Am I meant to be feeling like this?’
“I was so happy but very emotional. And I was looking through social media and thinking, ‘Is this normal? Because no one ever says this’.
“I thought, ‘If I put up a photo of me with my hair and make up done perfect, that is not real and it is not how I feel’.
“I felt like I had to share it. And then it was crazy the amount of people who told me they felt the same. I think that’s why it is right to not share the perfect pictures all the time.
“When you are going through post-pregnancy, you can’t see out of the bubble. You think, ‘I am never going to go back to normal or feel the same again’.
The former Towie regular is married to ex-England footie star Rio Ferdinand[/caption]
“But you do come out of the other side and you will feel OK.”
While the honest post saw her 1.4million followers flooding her with gratitude for being so open, Kate says she may have one slight regret.
She said: “I am a bit freaked out that those big black knickers have been seen by the world.”
Despite her own strength and determination, Kate admitted she did feel pressure to bounce back after having Cree, who was born by emergency caesarean.
Kate is also a parent to Rio’s three children from his marriage to his late wife Rebecca Ellison[/caption]
And as a parent to Rio’s three children from his marriage to his late wife Rebecca Ellison, Kate had to juggle the newborn with still being a doting mum to the older children.
She says: “There is a lot of pressure to bounce back but I don’t feel it is realistic with a newborn baby and three other children.
“I would love to look how I looked before Cree but I am not putting a load of pressure on myself because things don’t always go to plan when you have a baby.
“You might plan to eat healthily and go to the gym. But then something happens and you still haven’t cooked dinner, so you end up snacking.
“I just thought, ‘I need to enjoy this moment with my family rather than freaking out about whether I do or don’t feel good, or whether I don’t look like how I used to look’.
Kate admits she did feel pressure to bounce back after having Cree, who was born by emergency caesarean[/caption]
Kate and Rio welcomed Cree into the world on December 18[/caption]
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“Obviously I love the gym and I love exercising. But I might not make my session every day because the baby might not have slept and I am really tired.
“I am not putting that pressure on myself. I try to move when I can, I will try and exercise more and I will try and eat more healthily.
“But if I fancy a vodka because I need one, I won’t beat myself up about it.”