Rio Ferdinand calls Kate Ferdinand a 'yummy mummy' as she celebrates getting her pre-baby body back in just 12 weeks
KATE Ferdinand's hard work pays off as she gets back her pre-baby body, leading husband Rio to call her a 'yummy mummy'.
The new mum was working hard in the couple's home gym as Rio filmed her from behind and complimented her on getting toned so quickly after their son Cree's birth.
"12 weeks?" he asked her as she concentrated on her workout.
Wearing her long blonde hair in a ponytail and matched with an all black workout look, Kate briefly turned around smiling to ask him 'what are you up to?'
The former footballer captioned the video 'yummy mummy' alongside a series of love-heart and lip licking emojis.
Kate's session at the gym comes after she admitted not loving her post-baby body, but was starting to feel like her old self again.
Sharing a candid makeup-free snap of her holding baby son Cree earlier this month, she wrote: "Ahhh 😨 … nerves kicking in again, but here goes. Let’s talk post pregnancy body 🤰🏼.
"I’ve really held off on uploading any pictures with my body in because last time I did, for some reason, I felt all types of nerves and ended up deleting it … hormones, or the pressure of Instagram to look a certain way? Who knows, but either way, I’ve finally plucked up the courage. Here I am.
"I’m finally starting to slowly feel more like ‘me’ again, but it hasn’t been plain sailing. I was seeing lots of ladies, and I salute you, saying they love and embrace their post pregnancy body; I wish I felt like that but in all honesty … I love that my body produced our baby BUT quite frankly, I don’t love my post baby body. I miss feeling fit & strong!"
Since giving birth to Cree in December, Kate said there are days where she works out like a machine.
But other times she prefers to tuck her head in the sweet cupboard.
Kate continued: "As women, our bodies go through so much & I feel like there is so much pressure to ‘bounce back’ when it’s just not realistic, especially with a newborn.
"I mean how tough is it to find the energy to exercise? Some days I am like a machine working out, walking, eating healthy and feeling on top of the world and other days (like yesterday) I haven’t found time for the exercise and I’m caught tucking my head in the sweet cupboard looking for some sugar in the hope it will keep me awake."
Kate's turned to the social network app Peanut to chat with other mums and reassured her followers that no matter how you feel after giving birth, it's normal.
"It’s amazing if you love your post baby body but it’s also ok and normal if you don’t. It doesn't mean you haven’t loved the process of bringing your child into the world and it's ok to want to feel back to the ‘old you’. It doesn’t mean we love our children any less.. (Although in all honesty, I’m not sure I will never not feel tired🤣)."
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