Kate Ferdinand looked sensational as she showed off her blossoming baby belly in a striking all-red ensemble.
The 29-year-old former TOWIE star, who is expecting her first child with footballer Rio Ferdinand, was beaming from ear to ear as she modelled the gorgeous outfit before heading out for the evening.
In the snap, taken in front of the spiral staircase in the couple’s lavish home, Kate tenderly nursed her baby belly in front of the camera.
The reality star opted for an elegant figure hugging dress and a matching bright red blazer for her evening outfit.
The blonde bombshell also finished the look off with a matching red handbag and a pair of barely there black stilletos.
Kate also ensured that her makeup had been perfected and her locks were flicked over one shoulder.
Alongside her stunning shot, Kate added the simple caption: “Growing ….”
Kate has been flooded with compliments as her excited followers rushed to applaud the pregnant star for walking in sky-high heels.
“Oh look beautiful darling,” penned one follower.
“Beautiful. How in the hell are you managing to walk in heels. I gave up at 4 months. It’s been 14 years since I donned a pair of stilettos!! I applaud you,” wrote another.
A third added: “You look amazing.”
The expectant mum is just two months away from welcoming her first child, due to arrive in December.
Kate and Rio have been keeping their fans updated at every step of their baby journey, and last month revealed that they were expecting a baby boy during an emotional gender reveal celebration.
The lovebirds, who wed in 2019, shared several cute photographs of them celebrating the news with friends and family.
She wrote: “It’s a boy me and Tia are outnumbered.”
Kate has also been very open about her pregnancy journey and has shared her ups and downs with her 1.3 million Instagram followers.
Just last month, Kate – who is also step mum to Rio’s three kids – spoke candidly about struggling with back pain.
The television star hoped to reveal a ‘less glamorous’ reality to her social media page as she spoke about her struggle.
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