Kate Ferdinand reveals she’s the ‘strict one’ as she and husband Rio homeschool his three kids amid coronavirus lockdown – The Sun

Kate Ferdinand has revealed she's "stricter" than husband Rio when it comes to getting their children to do their homework.

The couple posted a video from day three of home-schooling as the kids Lorenz, 13, Tate, 11, and Tia, 8, joined them for a workout in their huge purpose-built gym.

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While Rio said it as day three, Kate admitted it felt like day 10 as they tried to keep the kids entertained.

Keeping their fans up to date, Kate, 28, revealed that Tia and Lorenz were doing Joe Wick’s PE lesion, while Tate went on the treadmill.

Footy commentator Rio, 41, was quick to add: “The most important thing is homework later!”

Kate replied: “Rio's a bit strict”, to which Rio said: “I have to be strict, so they know.”

The former Towie star relented as she admitted: “I am stricter. I'm the strict one guys but he's the louder one.”

Kate took on the role of stepmum when he met and later married Rio following the tragic death of their mum Rebecca from breast cancer in 2015.

She has been documenting the home-schooling since it started this week and shared pictures of her trying to help with maths homework, featuring the caption: “It don’t add up”.

They have also been going for woodland works and she’s been keeping their nutrition up with some healthy-looking smoothies.

Parents across the country have been forced to care for their kids at home after all schools were close down last Friday.

The famous family recently starred in a documentary that saw Kate open up about the struggles she faced being a step-mum.

She admitted filming for the show helped "save” her relationship with Rio after she was left “in a state” and feeling “isolated and alone”.

She cried every day for a year when she first moved in with husband Rio.


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