Kate Ferdinand has admitted she is ‘nervous’ about what to wear after the lockdown.
When she took to Instagram on Tuesday, she snapped a selfie in the mirror – with her giant walk-in closet in the background – teasing her midriff in a busty black crop top.
Kate noted that it’s the first time she’s wearing such an item since welcoming son Cree three months ago – and that her body has ‘changed’.
Ready for after lockdown? Kate Ferdinand has admitted she’s ‘nervous’ about what to wear if COVID restrictions are lifted
She added a flowing black and white silk jacket and pants to the look, shaping her blonde locks into clean, straight lines.
She completed the look with a glamorous make-up.
She wrote: ‘Has anyone else been nervous about what to wear when the lockdown is over? I’ve been wearing leggings for 4 months!
‘My body has changed since I gave birth and I was really stuck with what to wear so I decided to give it a try and get myself together … someone else is struggling with what to wear after the baby , i just want another woman! ‘
Honestly, the former TOWIE star is a new mom to son Cree, whom she welcomed in December
She wrote: ‘Has anyone else been nervous about what to wear when the lockdown is over? I’ve been wearing leggings for 4 months! ‘
Tuesday on Instagram: Kate teased her midriff in a busty black crop top
She recently revealed that she chose not to breastfeed her son Cree for three months, but was concerned to admit it.
And Kate, 29, put on a dazzling show as she posed for a series of glamorous behind-the-scenes photos from a recent photo shoot on Friday.
When she took to Instagram, the former TOWIE star looked radiant wearing a deep beige camisole top and silk pajama bottoms.
Glamorous: Kate put on a dazzling show as she posed for a series of glamorous behind-the-scenes photos from a recent photo shoot on Friday
Kate tied her blonde locks into a neat bun, while accessorizing with a gold bracelet and a small ring on one of her fingers.
She opted for a full face with makeup to enhance her stunning features, including a rosy blush and bright red lipstick.
Kate looked radiant as she beamed at the camera and captioned the photos with, “Such a fun day of shooting today.”
Stunning: On Instagram, the former TOWIE star, 29, looked radiant wearing a deep beige camisole top and silk pajama bottoms
Hair Up: Kate tied her blonde locks into a neat bun while she accessorized with a gold bracelet and a small ring on one of her fingers
It comes after the reality star opened up about her decision not to breastfeed her son Cree three months ago.
The former TOWIE star shared how she feels there is ‘so much pressure’ on women to breastfeed and was hesitant to admit that she decided to bottle feed instead.
Kate, who shares her son with husband Rio Ferdinand, 42, posted a heartwarming photo of herself feeding the toddler, describing him as ‘the happiest little soul’.
Pretty in red: She opted for a full face with makeup to enhance her stunning features, including a rosy blush and bright red lipstick
She said, ‘Me and my bubba. I just love it when he looks at me when I feed him. I chose not to breastfeed Cree.
‘For so many reasons, and I was worried admitting it at first because there is so much pressure to breastfeed, but luckily 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 is great for us as a family.
Candid: It comes after the reality star opened up about her decision not to breastfeed her son Cree for three months
Concerns: In a candid post, Kate revealed she was concerned about not breastfeeding 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 ventilated base. When Cree is happy, we are happy too. ‘
The candid snap comes after Kate shared a cryptic post about living a ‘stress-free’ life on Instagram on Thursday.
Earlier this month, the new parent recalled crying “ every day for five weeks ” after giving birth to her baby boy while struggling 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 have a happy life. ‘
Kate also juggles her career 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 in May 2015 at the age of 34 from breast cancer.
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 children in the BBC documentary Rio and Kate: Becoming a Stepfamily.
The media personality was left in tears for over a month after having an emergency Caesarean section when she gave birth to her first child.
Difficulties: Earlier this month, the new parent recalled crying “ every day for five weeks ” after giving birth to her baby boy while struggling with her mental health (pictured with Rio)
Since announcing her toddler’s arrival, Kate has kept a relatively low profile as she recovers from her cesarean section at home.
The blonde told Fantastic magazine recently: “I think I cried every day for about five weeks.
‘You expect to do everything you can for your baby and if that doesn’t work … it was something I really struggled with.
“I was in my own little world, I felt very confused and had a lot of fear and I thought no one understood.”
Kate added that she was “ emotionally all over ” as she found it challenging to perform daily tasks such as putting on clothes, and would have to call for help if she dropped her phone because she couldn’t do it herself. picking up. .
She said, ‘You expect to do everything possible for your baby and if you can’t … It was something I really struggled with’