Kate Ferdinand showed off her chic sense of style as she posed alongside husband Rio at the Wish premiere at the Odeon Luxe Leicester Square cinema in London on Monday.
The television personality, 32, looked stylish in a blue flared trouser suit which featured a jacket with large lapels.
She wore the jacket over a while lace blouse which featured a high collar and she carried a green handbag with her.
The reality star was seen standing with her arm around her football pundit husband Rio, 45, at the event.
He looked smart in a black outfit which consisted of a raincoat over a T-shirt in the same colour.
In style: Kate Ferdinand showed off her chic sense of style in a blue trouser suit as she posed alongside husband Rio at the Wish premiere in London on Monday
He wore a black pair of jeans and stood casually with his hand in his pocket, and completed his look with a pair of chunky black boots.
It was a rare public appearance for Kate who has taken time out of the spotlight since welcoming Shae in July.
As well as being a mother to their two-year-old son Cree, Kate is also a stepmother to Rio’s children Lorenz, 17, Tate, 14, and Tia, 12 – who he shared with wife Rebecca Ellison before she died of breast cancer in 2015, aged just 34.
Kate recently spoke in more detail about her difficult birth with her daughter.
The former TOWIE star described her panic after her newborn was rushed to NICU minutes after she gave birth in July in her podcast Blended.
The couple were shocked after being told their second child was born with congenital pneumonia.
Kate spent days without her baby amid the health scare.
Congenital pneumonia can cause respiratory distress within the first 24 hours of life and can be caused by an infection in the fetal fluid.
Fashion focus: The television personality, 32, looked stylish in a blue flared trouser suit which featured a jacket with large lapels
‘As soon as I stepped into the theatre I just panicked. I have never had a panic attack but I envision that’s what a panic attack feels like,’ Kate said.
‘I had the spinal so I was numb from the waist down and I just felt so claustrophobic.’
‘Rio was trying to talk to me and I literally couldn’t talk to anyone. Everyone was happy in the room and I just kept saying “am I meant to be excited now?” I don’t know what came over me.’
Kate’s panic intensified after Shae was born as she recalls how her daughter wasn’t crying immediately.
‘She was really cold and very blue. I felt very spaced out when they gave her to me so it felt quite different to Cree, I didn’t connect.
‘Then in the recovery room she was screaming. Normally you can calm them down so I asked the midwife “can I feed her” I am bottle feeding, and she looked at me and said “I’m going to feed her”. And when she said that I knew that there was something wrong.’
Mum: It was a rare public appearance for Kate who has taken time out of the spotlight since welcoming Shae in July
Shae was then taken to NICU and Rio went with her leaving Kate alone. ‘I am sitting in the room, no Rio, no baby and I’m watching Love Island. I just felt like it was a complete out of body of experience. I’ve given birth, no one’s here, how guilty do I feel watching Love Island and my baby is in NICU’, Kate explained.
Later, Kate was allowed into intensive care to see Shae. ‘I was hysterical. I couldn’t pick her up. I didn’t really want to be there,’ an emotional Kate recalled.
‘It was harder being next to her and not being able to be with her and just stare at her not being well than being away from her. Then I had terrible guilt about not wanting to be there. Mum guilt hit me from the very minute she was born.’
After five days in hospital both Kate and Shae were allowed home, but Kate admitted she has ‘felt a little bit more needy with Shay, I want to feed her more and have her next to me. For those first few weeks I just needed her next to me.’
Traumatic: The former TOWIE star described her panic after her newborn was rushed to NICU minutes after she gave birth in July in her podcast Blended