Kate Ferdinand shows off her growing baby bump in a red bikini while on a family holiday with Rio and the kids

KATE Ferdinand has given fans another glimpse of her growing baby bump, posing in a red bikini while on a family holiday with husband Rio, 41, and the kids. 

The 29-year-old former Towie star, who is expecting her first child with footballer husband Rio this winter, looked radiant as she sat on the end of a sun lounger showing off her tummy.

Sharing the photo with her 1.3million Instagram followers, Kate revealed she and the rest of the Ferdinand family had been on a last minute break.

She wrote: “Back home from a last minute break …. in our favourite place  we really have had the best holiday 🙏🏻 photo credit: Tia 👸🏼 (I promised her I would give her credit❤️)”

The reality star’s famous friends, including her former Towie castmates Lydia Bright and Georgia Kousoulou, all rushed to heap compliments on her. 

Georgia wrote: “Omg the perfect bump 😻”, while new mum Lydia left a string of red heart emojis.

Her fans were equally impressed with the gorgeous mumma-to-be’s blossoming bump. 

One fan commented on the photo: “Your already an amazing mum. Wife. Such a beautiful woman.”

“Glowing beautifully ❤️😍❤️,” added another. 

And a third suggested that the bump looked like Kate and Rio might be expecting a baby girl. 

They wrote: “Looks like u r having a girl💗💗💗”

The former Towie star announced earlier this month she was expecting her first baby with ex footballer husband Rio Ferdinand, 41.

Since the announcement she has been very honest with fans about how the pregnancy was affecting her both physically and mentally.

She opened up about feeling "terrible guilt" because she's been too sick to look after her stepchildren, Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and Tia, nine.

Kate also admitted she felt like she was "losing my mind" navigating her first pregnancy.

She and Rio announced their baby news last month by revealing the heartwarming moment they told his children the good news.

The kids screamed and jumped up and down with excitement as they were told they're getting a new brother or sister.

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