People Are Kicking Off After Watching Kate And Rio Ferdinand’s New BBC Show

“No! I don’t agree with that at all, sorry.”


Kate and Rio Ferdinand tied the knot last year in an intimate Turkish ceremony after two years of dating.

The couple recently debuted their new show, Becoming A Step Family on BBC, showing their life as a blended family after the death of Rio’s first wife and mother of his children, Rebecca.

The series discussed what it had been like for Rio and Kate during their relationship, as well as the impact it had had on Rio’s three children, whom he shared with his late wife.

However, viewers were divided after watching the show, and while a lot of people praised the couple and Kate particularly for becoming such a hands-on, caring mother to Rio’s children, others blasted the former footballer for ‘moving on too quickly’

Not all the comments criticised the series, however, and many reached out on social media to congratulate the couple on their co-parenting and open attitude to becoming a step-family.

Originally speaking about the latest tv programme, Rio said: “The positive response to Being Mum And Dad in 2017 and the way it helped others going through a similar situation was overwhelming.

“For that reason, we were both compelled to tell the next chapter in our lives together.

“We hope Becoming A Step Family will give a unique insight into step families and the journey through grief, whilst also providing an intimate look at our lives together.”

[Featured Image Credit: BBC]

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