Kate Wright commands attention in striped co-ords as she and fiancé Rio Ferdinand make a rare red carpet appearance at the Toy Story 4 European Premiere in London for Father’s Day
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
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.
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.