Kate Ferdinand says she 'freaked out' about everything when baby Cree arrived as she shares her organised changing table

KATE Ferdinand is letting all new mums know they are not alone as she reveals she “freaked out” about everything when baby Cree arrived. 

The reality star, 29, gave fans a glimpse of her organised changing table during an Instagram Story, which even has drawers labelled “Nappies”. 

Showing off her pristine changing area, Kate told fans: “This drawer just makes me so happy. I love organisation. 

“Having a newborn you freak out about everything – ‘am I going to hurt him? What am i going to do?’”

Kate has taken to motherhood like a pro as she revealed last month a glamorous snap looking flawless just weeks after having a C-section during a traumatic labour.

Wearing a black top and leggings, cream Balenciaga trainers and a faux leather shirt in the sweet snap, as she cradled her newborn on her shoulder.

She captioned the pic "Baby boy" and it quickly racked up thousands of likes within minutes.

The star's followers shared comments praising the star, helping to continue to lift her spirits.

One wrote beneath her snap: "How you feeling now, you’re looking great for someone who only gave birth a few weeks ago!! 💙 Xx"

Another said: "Wow you look amazing x"

Kate recently said she has ruled out having another baby with her husband Rio after newborn Cree's birth left her unable to hold him.

The former Towie star went on to admit that just the thought of adding to her brood makes her feel "anxious", with the beauty already stepmum to Rio's three children.

Speaking in a new interview, Kate admitted that being a new mum has left her feeling 10 years older after giving birth last month.

She said: "If you ask me right now I would say never ever again. Our house is very hectic as it is. We have four kids and two dogs, it's a madhouse.

"The thought of having another one makes me slightly anxious."

She added to MailOnline: "I'm only 29 but I feel 39 at the moment! But you never know, I might feel different in a few years."

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