Pregnant Kate Ferdinand has reportedly been mulling over doing a TV documentary about changing into a mom.
It is fierce competitors on the market; sequence together with First Time Mum with Ferne McCann and The Mummy Diaries with Sam Faiers and her household can be found to followers.
However reviews an schooling spin on the documentary might set her one-off sequence aside from the opposite actuality mummy sequence on the market.
Kate could also be about to provide delivery for the primary time however she’s already obtained numerous nice expertise as a step-mum.
The previous TOWIE bombshell turn into a step mum to her husband Rio Ferdinand’s three youngsters Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and Tia, eight, after they couple begun relationship.
Whereas it is apparent she has no intention to let a showbiz profession get in the best way of household life, claims surfaced Kate has been contemplating a TV documentary.
A supply advised Heat magazine : “She would not need to have a showbiz profession that will get in the best way of her household life however she is contemplating a one-off documentary sequence about her life as a father or mother.
“It is a very high-end manufacturing firm that has pitched the thought and it is going to be completely different to the opposite mummy actuality reveals on the market.
“Kate has mentioned that, if she does do one thing, she needs it to be instructional like she did with the BBC. She would like to work with them once more.”
Mirror On-line has approached Kate Ferdinand’s representatives for additional remark.
Cameras have been rolling at their family for the BBC documentary Turning into A Stepfamily which was inundated with reward.
Kate closed the door shut on her actuality profession on The Solely Method Is Essex to give attention to life with the footballer and his youngsters.
Final 12 months they tied the knot in a lavish three-day ceremony.
Now the couple have been making ready to welcome their first youngster collectively.
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