She revealed she had been struggling in lockdown as she shared a sweet note from stepdaughter Tia asking her to stop crying last Thursday.
And Kate Ferdinand, 29, revealed thinking about what she's grateful for has helped her get through the difficult days in another candid post on Monday.
Sharing a selection of images, including an adorable snap of her newborn son Cree's hands, Kate explained that she's thankful for her 'health, friends, family and fans'.
Candid: Kate Ferdinand shared the things which she's grateful for as she took to Instagram on Monday after revealing last week that she's been struggling in lockdown (pictured with Cree)Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The new mum penned: 'Thank you for all of your amazing messages & support. I am grateful for you all ⭐️
'Lots of you have been feeling similar in lockdown, although not every day is amazing at the moment, it really has helped me the last few days to focus on the things I am grateful for.'
The star went on to include her health, family, friends, dogs and supportive fans in the list of things she's thankful for.
Kate also that 'being able to walk & get fresh air- something I’ve taken for granted until I couldn’t the last few weeks', was another positive thing to cherish.
So cute: The former TOWIE star, 29, posted a snap of her baby son's hands in her post, saying she's very thankful for family and making amazing memories with her loved ones
She continued the list with: 'All of the amazing memories I have been able to make with my family over the last few years.
'My emotions, although I am so emotional, it helps me to be loving and the person I am.
'I could add so many more photos, but these are some of my favourites. What are you guys grateful for?'
It comes after Kate showed off a sweet handwritten note from her stepdaughter Tia, nine, asking her to stop crying after hearing her sob behind a door.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Upbeat: Kate also gushed about her supportive fans and said being able to go on walks has helped her stay positive during lockdown
The former TOWIE star, welcomed her son Cree with Rio last month, and admitted her 'emotions are at an all time high' in an Instagram post on Thursday.
Kate said she hoped Cree's screams would 'drown out the sound of my tears', and was overwhelmed when she found a message which read: 'Pls stop crying. I love u' (sic) had been slipped through the door.
Kate wrote: 'Just when I thought the screaming baby would drown out the sound of my tears, I get this through the door as if I wasn't emotional enough.
'To new mums, mums, step mums ... and anyone who is struggling in lockdown, I feel you! Sometimes we just need to sneak in our room and have a little cry ... even then, because of lockdown, we may have lots of little ears listening in.
Family: The new mum shared a short clip of her three stepchildren -Lorenz, 14, Tate, 12, and Tia, nine - about to jump into