Kate Wright and Rio Ferdinand have continued to prove how serious their relationship is with cute family snaps on social media.
And Halloween was no different, with the 26-year-old blonde posting a spooky snap of Rio’s three children in suitably spooky costumes.
The photo, shared on the Kate’s Instagram with her 707k followers, was of Lorenz, 11, Tate, nine and six-year-old Tia striking a fierce pose ready for a night of trick or treating.
The two boys appeared to be dressed as goalie mask wearing killer Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th and chainsaw-wielding villain Leatherface from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre – complete with props – while Tia was clad in a zombie-esque costume.
Showing her high spirits ahead of a night of trick or treating, the former TOWIE star captioned the shots ‘HAPPY HALLOWEEN’ followed by pumpkin, ghost and skull emojis.
Fans couldn’t help but comment on the sweet snap, with one writing: ‘This is fantastic Happy Halloween Ferdinand & Wright Family enjoy your 1st Halloween as a Family 🎃👍🏽🎃👍🏽🎃’
‘Brilliant! All look great xxx’ another posted.
A third gushed: ‘your amazing Kate, brilliant costumes and photo. X’
This fan, however, focused on the family’s adorable pooch, Ronnie, who was dressed as a pumpkin: ‘So cute! The dog cracks me up 🎃’
The former TOWIE star has been properly welcomed into Rio’s family, recently enjoying a trip to Dubai with his loved ones, as well as hanging out with his sister, Sian.
The pair had reportedly started dating at the beginning of January this year, but made their relationship public when Rio, 38, posted a picture on social media of Kate on holiday with his family in the summer.
He also opened up about the blossoming relationship for the first time on This Morning, revealing that his kids have been involved every step of the way.
‘I’m happy again… The kids are also happy, they deserve to be after going through tragedy in the last few years of their life,’ he said a few weeks ago.
‘As long as they feel they are involved and in the conversation I think there’s a chance they can reach happiness.’