Kate Ferdinand turned up the heat as she revealed her show-stopping abs during a work trip in Portugal.
The former TOWIE star, who welcomed her first son Cree with husband Rio in December 2020, looked sensational as she posed for snaps in the sunshine.
In a series of photographs, 30 year old Kate modelled a black co-ord set which perfectly emphasised her stunning figure.
She completed the stylish look with silver accessories, a sleek plait and a bold red lip, whilst stood against a white backdrop.
Sharing the shots with her 1.4million Instagram followers, Kate wrote: “Fun few days with the team…”
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It didn’t take long for the post to capture the attention of adoring husband Rio, 43, who commented: “Oh lord.”
Meanwhile, Kate’s celebrity pals were also quick to gush over the star’s holiday attire.
“Beaut,” Love Island’s India Reynolds posted, while author Roxie Nafousi said: “Ok WOW.”
The mum-of-one is currently working away in Faro, Portgual, with her glam squad, including stylist Ellie Ranson and celebrity hairdresser Sarrah Hamid.
It comes days after Kate took to social media to share another of her holiday looks.
Earlier this week, the star posed in front of a white wall as she showed off a ‘90s vibes’ bikini outfit – made up of a stunning brown bikini set and matching straw hat.
But the work doesn’t stop for busy mum Kate, who is soon to return home to former footballer Rio and their kids.
As well as one year old son Cree, the star is also a step-mum to Rio’s three children, Tate, 13, Lorenz, 15, and Tia, 10.
Sadly, their mother Rebecca Ellison died from breast cancer in 2015 at the age of 34.
Kate has always been open about her time as a step-mum, and recently spoke out about her blended family in an interview with OK!.
“Cree has brought us all closer than ever. It’s beautiful to see. He’s so cheeky – and really loud!" she told us.
"Everyone in our family is quite loud, so he definitely tries to compete with us all, and he’s so funny. He says ‘Hiya’ to everyone we pass while walking down the street."
Kate added: "I’m just so grateful that I’ve got a lovely big family I wouldn’t have unless I was in this situation. The biggest high is love. I’m so lucky.”
However, it hasn’t always been easy for Kate to adapt to family life.
She previously admitted to "crying every day for a year" after she first moved in with Rio, feeling heartbroken for him and his children while feeling the pressure of stepping into a maternal role.
In their BBC One documentary, Rio and Kate: Becoming a Stepfamily, Kate shared: “It’s hard for us so I can’t imagine how hard it is for the kids. I just want the children to be happy.”
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