Kate Ferdinand looks loved up with husband Rio on family holiday – as his daughter photobombs their snap

KATE Ferdinand looked loved up with her husband Rio on a family holiday as his daughter photobombs the snap.

The former footballer, 42, looked the picture of happiness as he cuddled up with his ex Towie star wife, 30, on their yacht.

Rio kept it cool with a pair of shades while donning an all-black outfit of a shirt and shorts.

He customised the look with a chain, while Kate wore a black bikini top with a wrap around her legs.

She kept on her oversized sunglasses and a khaki hat.

However, in the background was Rio's daughter Tia, 10, who photobombed their cute picture.

Rio captioned the pic: "Chill time with my ❤️ And photobombed by this little one😂"

The stars are on holiday with their son Cree, seven, and Rio's sons Lorenz, 15, and Tate, 13.


Kate also revealed her jaw-dropping bikini body eight months after giving birth.

Kate and Rio welcomed Cree into the world on December 18, but months later told The Sun she was learning to love her new post-baby body.

Proving she's got her confidence back, Kate showed off her incredible figure while abroad on holiday with her family.

The 30-year-old posed in a two-piece and summer hat on a yacht, telling fans: "Happiest at sea."

It's the first time Kate has stripped down to a bikini since giving birth.

She had told her fears about her new body – because 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 told The Sun in May: “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’.

“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.

“People do comment on what you look like, so I was a bit nervous about uploading stuff at the beginning.

“I felt like everyone expected me to look a certain way.

“I thought, ‘If I keep putting up amazing photos all the time it just isn’t my reality’. I’m sitting at home in my gym clothes with no make-up on four days a week.”

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