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Like most of the UK population, Kate Ferdinand and family were glued to the football this weekend.
The 30-year-old made the most of England’s match against Ukraine with a pop up viewing party in the garden.
The set-up included a huge projector screen and a powerful speaker system for the best view of the match.
Kate’s stepson Tate could be seen on the outdoor furniture getting ready to watch the game wearing an England shirt.
Just behind the screen, the garden has been decorated with a huge lit up ‘England’ sign brought in especially for the game.
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The space was completed with a huge awning which meant they were prepared for any unexpected weather.
The former reality star captioned the pic of the viewing party with the caption: “The boys – game ready”.
Luckily, England won the match against Ukraine 4-0, meaning that the party ended on a high.
Meanwhile, her other half Rio Ferdinand was in Manchester providing commentary of the match for the BBC alongside Gary Lineker, Ian Wright and Frank Lampard.
Kate represented England’s red and white team colours with a gorgeous red trouser suit.
Kate, who is 12 years younger than Rio, has previously admitted that she was a "bit naive" about what life would be like as a step-mum to his three kids – Tia, 11, Tate, 14 and Lorenz, 16.
"Then I came into the family, and I thought, woah, it's going to be fine – but it's a lot of hard work."
Kate met Rio in Dubai shortly after his wife Rebecca passed away. They married in 2019 before welcoming baby Cree in December 2020.
"I was used to just looking after me," Kate has previously said, adding that she didn’t even cook for herself, let alone three children.
"I didn't really cook. I just went out for dinner or to my mum's. Looking after three kids and worrying about them before myself was something I've never done before."
Last year, the family gave fans a glimpse into their life at home in Rio and Kate's documentary: Becoming a Stepfamily.
Former footballer Rio is heard telling his wife: “There ain’t no manual on how to be a step-mum.”
An emotional Kate then adds: “It’s hard for us so I can’t imagine how hard it is for the kids.”
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