Kate Ferdinand reveals her baby bag as she prepares to give birth – with seven bags of crisps for Rio

PREGNANT Kate Ferdinand has given her fans a glimpse of the contents of her hospital bag – which includes seven bags of crisps for husband Rio.

The ex Towie star, 29, excitedly announced in June that she was expecting her first child with the former footballer 42.

And as her due date draws ever closer, the blonde beauty revealed on her Instagram Stories that she's been busy preparing her hospital.

Going through her productive evening, Kate revealed three clear sandwich-style bags labelled with their names and the snacks packed.

Sitting in the centre was Rio's treat bag, which was hilariously filled with seven bags of Hula Hoops; three ready salted and four BBQ beef.

On the right-hand side was Kate's little stash of prawn cracker-flavoured Walkers crisp while the bag on the left-hand side featured a selection of biscuit bars such as Time Outs and Maoam sweets.


Writing across the shot, the reality TV star wrote: "Good morning! Had one of those night were I am up doing random stuff all night.

"Staring at baby clothes and packing snacks. The snacks are the most important thing for the hospital bag right???"

In her subsequent Stories, Kate showcased several personalised outfits for their impending arrival.

The neutral-coloured ensembles featured "Baby Ferdy" embroidered into the soft material.


Although the clothes were adorable, Kate joked they better think of a name for the little soon as they continue to get personalised threads and blankets for the new arrival.

As excitement mounts for their new addition, Kate previously admitted she was worried about taking care of a newborn – namely changing nappies.

She said: "I’m not going to be able to cope! I said to Rio, 'Say if we have a baby, once they get to five I’m going to great. I know what I’m doing, guys, it’s fine. But that baby stage, I don’t know'.

"I said, ‘Rio, I’ve never changed a nappy’. He was like, ‘What?!’ But I haven’t had children and I don’t have brothers and sisters. I haven’t got nieces and nephews.

"He was like, ‘Wow’. I said, ‘Well you can change them, because you’ve had three!’ He said, ‘I don’t think so!’"

She added: "It’s going to be a big adjustment, because I feel like I know the older stage of being a mum but not to a newborn."

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