Kate Ferdinand 's cute relationship with her stepkids was captured on camera as she tried to pose up ahead of a night out.
The former TOWIE star, who married ex-footballer Rio Ferdinand last year, is an incredible stepmum to his children, Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and Tia, eight.
Kate, 28, has spoken before about her lovely friendship with the children, who Rio, 41, shares with his late wife.
And the fun they have together was evident in a funny series of snaps she shared on Instagram .
Kate was all dolled up in a red blazer dress and snakeskin knee-high boots as she attempted to take part in an impromptu photoshoot.
As she posed up in the hallway before heading out, the kids couldn't help but get involved, jumping at the chance to photobomb their stepmum.
Kate concealed their identities when she shared the snaps on Instagram by covering their faces with emojis.
The kids cuddled up to Kate and made her laugh as she tried to get pictures.
She captioned them: "This is what really happens when I’m trying to get a picture before I go out"
One fan told her: "Need more of these, makes the rest of us feel normal"
Another said: "Honestly watching you over these years becoming a part of that family and raising them kids like your own is so heart warming. You can clearly see how much you are truly loved by them, these pictures just radiate love."
While one commented: "Aww love the respect & privacy you have for these kids. You're great, love the outfit"
It was revealed recently that the couple are set to star in a TV documentary about becoming a step-family.
Their upcoming BBC One show will be called Rio and Kate: Becoming A Step Family.
Kate and Rio started dating two years after he tragically lost his wife Rebecca Ellison to breast cancer in 2015.
The documentary will explore the challenges Kate has faced as a stepmum to three grieving children and the "emotionally complicated dilemmas" take on.
It follows Rio's BAFTA-winning 2017 documentary Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum And Dad.
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