Kate and Rio Ferdinand enjoyed a date night at the Stormy’z London O2 arena on Tuesday.
The couple got ready for an Instagram photo from their VIP seats after Kate, 30, revealed that her stepchildren had ‘dumped’ us.
The former TOWIE star, who welcomed the couple’s son Cree 15 months ago, looked stunning in a crop top for a night out.
Date night: Kate and Rio Ferdinand enjoyed a date night at the Stormy’z London O2 arena on Tuesday, posing in their VIP seats
Kate showed off her slim waist in her cropped brown top which she paired with matching joggers.
She was on Rio’s knee, which matched his wife’s sporty style in a baseball cap and tracksuit.
“Night out to see Stormzy with the big kids… they dumped us,” Kate captioned the photo as the couple enjoyed cocktails in their box.
Taking the stage: Stormzy performed at the O2 as part of his Heavy Is The Head tour
Homecoming: The star headlines for the first time at the iconic London venue
During her performance on Loose Women last week, Kate admitted she was “naive” by taking on the role of stepmother to her husband Rio’s children – Lorenz, 15, Tate, 13, and 10-year-old Tia.
In the candid interview, Kate said she didn’t consider the dynamics when she joined the brood.
Kate married Rio, 43, in 2019, four years after his wife Rebecca Ellison died in 2015, two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Speaking to the panel about how she found stepmotherhood, Kate revealed: “I was kind of naive going into it. I thought it would be fine. I didn’t really take the dynamics into account.’
She added: “I have learned that I am very resilient and that with a big heart you can go very far in life.”
Candid: During her performance on Loose Women last week, Kate, 30, admitted she was ‘naive’ by stepping into the role of stepmother to her husband Rio’s children
Family: The former TOWIE star, 30, who shares 15-month-old son Cree with football expert Rio’s husband, 43, is the stepmother to his three older children – Lorenz, 15, Tate, 13 and 10-year-old Tia
Meanwhile, during the chat, Kate shared how she’s learned to fight her “maternal guilt” and be less strict with herself, while the star has even undergone therapy to help her “when and when.”
About how she rated herself as a mother, she explained: “I always put a lot of pressure on myself – it’s impossible to be the perfect mother, cook beautiful healthy meals every night, go to the gym, spend time with your husband and go to work.’
Kate also shared how she navigates Mother’s Day, telling the panel that she was “trying to balance those emotions when everyone in my house was having such a great loss,” not only after the death of the children’s mother, but Rio’s mother. mother Janice.
Union: Kate married Rio in 2019, four years after his wife Rebecca Ellison died in 2015, two years after being diagnosed with breast cancer
Honesty: During an appearance on Wednesday’s Loose Women, Kate admitted that she didn’t consider the dynamics of joining the brood as she began living in a blended family
The blonde beauty echoed the same in the first episode of her podcast, where Kate opened up her battle to mark the occasion, with last Mother’s Day being the “toughest yet.”
Being a new mother herself, it was understandable that she wanted to celebrate the day, but she shared how she struggled with that when Tate, Lorenz and Tia were still mourning their deceased mother.
She explained: “For most people, Mother’s Day is usually a day when we celebrate the women who shaped us.
‘Unfortunately, that’s not the case for everyone. For me personally, Mother’s Day is a day that I struggle with.
Pain: Kate revealed she struggled to celebrate Mother’s Day when Tate, Lorenz and Tia were still mourning their late mother Rebecca (pictured with Rio), who passed away in 2015
“I am fortunate to have three wonderful stepchildren and my biological son Cree, but unfortunately my stepchildren lost their mother at a young age and my husband also lost his mother.”
She added: “I really struggled with Mother’s Day even before I was a biological parent, somehow I thought it would be easier if I had Cree, but actually last year was probably the toughest Mother’s Day yet. ‘
Sharing her guilt for wanting to celebrate the occasion for herself, Kate continued: “It’s a strange feeling that the world is celebrating this day and there is a great loss in my house, but it was also my first Mother’s Day – a day in another . life that I really look forward to, but here I am surrounded by my family.
“How can I have the nerve to celebrate myself when my whole family has suffered such a deep loss. I felt really alone and quite isolated, I didn’t know anyone in a similar situation or went through the same thing as me.’
Verdict: ‘I’ve always pressured myself – it’s impossible to be the perfect mom, cook beautiful healthy meals every night, go to the gym, spend time with your husband and go to work’