Rio Ferdinand and Kate Wright love posting joking photos to their social media – but we’re more interested in looking at their amazing mansion in the background.
Since Kate moved in to Rio’s home last year, fans have loved watching the two lovebirds document family life together, while getting a glimpse of their luxury abode.
The fitness fanatics often post post pictures of their state-of-the-art gym, with Rio, 39, and Kate, 27, often working up a sweat in their own, private work-out room.
Further around the house, Kate is often shown cooking up treats for Rio and his three kids in the modern kitchen, complete with jet-black, modern fittings and every cook’s dream: an island preparation area.
Sitting down to eat at a pristine white table, the family enjoy gorgeous views of their giant garden through floor-to-ceiling glass doors, while in the living room the black-and-white theme continues with dark wooden floors and a designer white sofa. Good luck keeping that clean with kids around…
Now summer’s arrived, the couple love spending family time out in their back garden – on the luxury patio furniture, or the swimming pool.
Rio Ferdinand pays tribute to late wife and girlfriend Kate Wright as he accepts BAFTA
Recently, Rio Ferdinand revealed his kids absolutely adore reality star girlfriend Kate.
The former England captain, 39, opened up about the importance of having a woman figure in the lives of his children, Lorenz, Tate and Tia, after losing his wife and their mother in 2015.
He told The Times Magazine: "My relationship with Kate has helped in that they have got a female in the house now.
"They run past me sometimes to go to her. I’ve had to go through a period of being very, very open, and men aren’t normally like that naturally.
"So having that extra person in the house who is female, who has that softer touch, I think is vitally important for the kids."
Kate, who said she gave up her career in the spotlight to be with the ex-footballer, also recently opened up about Rio’s kids, revealing that they want the couple to get engaged pretty soon – and maybe even give them a little brother or sister to play with.
She told This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield: "It’s really funny because at the beginning i could never imagine the kids would talk about it.
"It started with Tate when I went to the school saying: ‘Oh that’s my aunt who is picking me up’ then ‘that’s my dad’s girlfriend’ and now he says ‘it’s my stepmum.’
"And now, I would say on a daily basis they go: ‘Oh when’re you giving us a brother or sister?’
"They ask if we’re having a baby yet and I say no!"
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