She serves as a doting step-parent to her fiancé’s children Tia, eight, Lorenz, 12, and Tate, 10, following the tragic death of their mother Rebecca Ellison in 2015.
And Kate Wright treated her husband-to-be Rio Ferdinand to a special Father’s Day outing as they made a rare red carpet appearance at the European Premiere of Toy Story 4 in Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London on Sunday afternoon.
Former TOWIE star Kate, 28, looked typically sensational as she slipped her famous curves into striped co-ords while arm in arm with her partner Rio, 40, for the family-friendly outing.
Sweet display: Kate Wright treated her fiancé Rio Ferdinand to a special Father’s Day outing as they made a rare red carpet appearance at the European Premiere of Toy Story 4 in Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London on Sunday afternoon
Showcasing her incredibly toned abs, the TV personality slipped into a chic two-piece, which featured a long-sleeved plunging crop top, tied in with baggy pyjama-style trousers.
The reality star opted for comfort in the footwear department as she shunned heels in favour of a pair of box-fresh white trainers.
Blonde beauty Kate injected a hint of glamour into her daytime look as she toted a chain-strap bag by Chanel, teamed with a gold pendant necklace.
With her tresses styled into loose waves, the fitness enthusiast complemented her beauty with matte foundation, lashings of mascara and faint pink lipgloss.
Looking good: Showcasing her incredibly toned abs, the TV personality slipped into a chic two-piece, which featured a long-sleeved plunging crop top, tied in with baggy pyjama-style trousers
Cosy display: The reality star opted for comfort in the footwear department as she shunned heels in favour of a pair of box-fresh white trainers
Look at her pregnancy glow! Opting for minimal make-up, the mother-of-two styled her balayage brown tresses into beach waves
Rio ensured he didn’t let his partner down in the style stakes as he rocked cream chinos, a white T-shirt and a grey jumper, which he wrapped around his shoulders.
Twinning with his love, the sportsman also wore a pair of cosy white sporty shoes, and accessorised with a thick black digital watch.
Pregnant Myleene Klass cut a glamorous figure as she rocked a white belted maxi dress, while cradling her burgeoning baby bump on the red carpet.
Looking every inch the yummy mummy, the host, 41, paired her outfit with a sophisticated cream blazer. Ensuring all eyes were on her, she boosted her physique in a pair of silver sandalled heels, and accessorised with silver jewellery.
Family first: Former EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa looked stylish in a white leather jacket as she joined her husband Dan Osborne and their children for a fun-filled family trip to the cinema
In love: The parents put on an affectionate display with their youngest child Mia as they kissed her cheeks and playfully raised her up in the air in delight
Doting: They attempted to make their adorable child giggle as they grinned while tickling her stomach
Opting for minimal make-up, the mother-of-two styled her balayage brown tresses into beach waves for her time on the red carpet.
Former EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa looked stylish in a white leather jacket as she joined her husband Dan Osborne and their children for a fun-filled family trip to the cinema.
The soap star, 26, took to the red carpet with TOWIE’s Dan, 27, their daughters Ella, four, Mia, 11 months, and the CBB 2018 contestant’s son Teddy, five, at the star-studded premiere.
Bexley native Jacqueline put on an effortlessly chic display in a vibrant red midi skirt and black tank top as she posed at the event.
Leading character: Award-winning screen star Tom Hanks, 62, has voiced Toy Story’s Sheriff Woody since the first film in 1995
Fan favourite: The Saving Private Ryan star appeared in great spirits as he signed autographs for his eager fans
Bold display: Kate Garraway commanded attention as she nailed androgynous chic in a red two-piece, featuring a sleek blazer and wide-leg trousers
She paired her ensemble with a glittering, beaded headband and animal print trainers, as her eldest daughter Ella dressed for the occasion in a Little Bo-Peep costume, while Teddy took on the role of Sheriff Woody.
Saving Private Ryan star Tom Hanks, 62, has voiced Toy Story’s leading character Sheriff Woody since the first film in 1995.
The film – which will be released in the UK and US on June 21 – stars the voices of Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, Keanu Reeves as Duke Caboom, and Christina Hendricks as Gabby Gabby, as well as Joan Cusack, Jordan Peele, Keegan-Michael Key, and the late Don Rickles.
When Andy (Jack McGraw), all grown-up and going to college, handed his toys to a little girl named Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw) in Toy Story 3, it was deemed the perfect end to the series, which kicked off in 1995, followed by films in 1999 and 2010.
Family affair: Tony Bellew took to the red with his wife Rachael Roberts and their three children Corey, Cobey and Carter
Making a statement: McFly’s Dougie Poynter beamed with delight as he made his first red carpet appearance with model Maddie Elmer just days after confirming their romance
The new film picks up where the last one left off, with Woody, Buzz and their old friends in the hands of Bonnie. But there’s a new toy to contend with, Forky (Tony Hale), a ‘spork’ made by Bonnie with pipe cleaners for arms.
Understandably, Forky’s undergoing an identity crisis: he’s not a toy — he’s a fork and a spoon combined. While he considers himself a disposable utensil, to Bonnie he’s a plaything.
Meanwhile, there’s the small matter of tracking down Woody’s lost love Bo Peep, who in between Toy Story 2 and 3 has been sold and is found in an antiques shop fending off a horde of ventriloquist dummies. This triggers another road trip buddy movie, with Pixar describing the film as a ‘standalone’ that is half adventure, half love story.
Acclaimed actor Tom admitted it was the ‘greatest idea he had ever heard’ when he discovered John Wick star Keanu, 54, would be appearing as Duke Caboom in Toy Story 4.
Parenting duties: Rudimental’s DJ Locksmith enjoyed some father-son time with his child Leonyedus, seven, and a pal at the event
Speaking to MailOnline at the event, Tom said: ‘We never get to see each other when he make these movies. The first time I was told Keanu was going to be in it, I was told there was this new character called Duke Caboom and I just thought “That’s the greatest idea I’ve ever heard”.’
He went on to reveal the film’s actors ‘don’t meet each other until the movie comes out’, and admitted voice acting can be ‘a very lonely process’.
Tom said: ‘It’s a very lonely process. The recording process takes about five hours because you have to get to these emotional places on microphone, then when that’s done you stumble out of the session the next person coming into the session might be Tony Hale or Tim Allen and you have about five minutes of “How’s it going?”
‘But you don’t really get to see what they’ve done until the movie is finished.’