Kate Wright flaunted her incredible figure as she let her hair down at her lavish New Year’s Eve party alongside husband Rio Ferdinand.
The former TOWIE star, 29, looked to be having the time of her life as she shared snaps from the big night, surrounded by her closest friends.
Sporting a stunning black ensemble, the fitness fanatic flashed her toned midriff while raising the glass to the New Year on the dance floor.
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Wearing her golden blonde hair up in a chic bun, Kate looked simply stunning as she added a pop of colour to her look with a classic red lipstick.
It comes after the star opened up on becoming a step-mother to husband Rio’s three children after the couple tied the knot last year.
After becoming a step-mother to husband Rio’s three children, Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and eight-year-old Tia following the death of their mum Rebecca in 2015, Kate revealed she has learned to put her insecurities into perspective.
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“I feel like Rio and the kids were a massive part in all of this. I’m now a mum and after everything they’ve been through in their lives, me worrying about my cellulite really isn’t the top of the list any more,” she explained.
She added that she has to be “really careful” with a young girl in the house, saying she wants to be a good role model to little Tia.
“Rio thinks I’m mad. Men do though, don’t they? He’s definitely helped me learn to love myself, though, and when you have children you need to be a good role model,” Kate said.
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“Tia especially picks up on things – everything I do or say, she does too. So I have to be really careful.”
Kate also opened up on her decision to leave TOWIE in the beginning stages of her relationship with Rio, saying: “I left TOWIE because I needed to focus on the children and being a mum and getting used to being in their lives.
“Becoming a mum to three children who had lost their mum and their nan has been a challenge.
“But we’re happy. I have a family who love me and while I never envisioned it happening this way, I feel so blessed and grateful. I was an only child so I always felt very alone. Now I have this lovely family.”
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