Kate Ferdinand took to Instagram with a sweet snap gushing that husband Rio wants her "forever".
However, the 29-year-old beauty seemingly left her baby's father hanging high and dry as he went in for a "snog" while Kate was preoccupied with getting a beaming snap.
The TOWIE star, who recently gave birth to their first child, looked effortlessly stunning as she she oozed happiness while smiling for the camera.
Rio on the other hand, clearly had other ideas for the photo opportunity as he leaned in for a smooch only to be left disappointed.
The football legend pointed out that his wife had selected a gorgeous image of herself but it showcased his gesture of affection being snubbed as she posed up a storm.
He penned: "I'm in snog mode and you're striking a pose ffs. Forever."
On Christmas Eve 2020, Kate and Rio introduced their new bundle of joy Cree to their adorable brood for the first time.
Although Kate is already a mum after stepping in to act as a parental figure for Rio's three other children, Tate, Lorenz and Tia, it was the first time she had given birth.
The reality star took on the mother role to her husband's off spring after their mum Rebecca Ellison tragically lost her battle with cancer.
While the TV starlet is very much loved and adored by her non-biological children, becoming a new parent to a newborn baby left her on an emotional rollercoaster at times.
On many occasions Kate has spoke openly and honestly about new mum struggles as she aims to inspire others who may also be going through the notions.
The on-screen starlet recently provided some warmth to mum's who had struggled with breastfeeding, explaining that she had opted to bottle-feed instead.
Speaking out and proving that it's ok to go against the grain, she said: "I chose not to breastfeed Cree, for so many reasons and I was worried about admitting it at first as their is so much pressure to breastfeed, but thankfully now I just know that a fed baby is a happy baby and Cree is the happiest little soul and we are so grateful."
- Rio Ferdinand
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