Kate Hudson not one for compliance when it comes to parenting. The 43-year-old actress candidly shares her life while raising three kids with three different men in a November 27 conversation with Sunday Times and said she thought they were “killing it.” “From the outside, it may not look traditional, but inside I feel like we’re killing it,” she explains. The unit that I created with three children with three different fathers is a very powerful unit and it is ours.”
The Golden Globe-winning actress shares about her sons Ryder Robinson18, and Bingham Bellamy11 years old and daughter, Rani Fujikawa, 3, with her two former partners and fiancé. She had Ryder in 2004 with her ex-husband, The Black Crowes frontman, Chris Robinson. Bingham was born to Kate and her ex-fiance, the lead singer of Muse Matt Bellamy in 2011, and Rani appeared in 2018 with the actress and her current fiance, Daniel Fujikawa.
“I am not interested in forcing some conventional ideas about love or marriage,” she continued in her open conversation. “I want to be able to develop lasting intimacy with my partner, but I also don’t wear pink glasses. My goal in life is that I want to feel love and I want to give love, but I am also realistic, so one day at a time. I work very hard on relationships because I like them.”
Although she doesn’t feel the need to have a traditional relationship or family, Music the star went on to praise her mother, Goldie Hawn77 years old, and her partner of over 30 years, Kurt Russel71.”My parents “Did a great job keeping that dance going,” she said.
Kate is not related to her biological father, Bill Hudson, and considered Kurt a father figure all his life. “[Bill Hudson] don’t know me from a hole in the wall. But I do not care. i have a father [Russell],” she told Vanity Fair in a 2000 interview (via HuffPost). “The bottom line is, you call your kids on their king’s birthday. I’m glad I had a dad who was there on my birthday.”
As for the father of her first two children, Something borrowed The actress said she has a strong relationship with them. “Ryder is in college and very happy. Chris and I only need to sign up once in a while,” she notes. “Matt is amazing — I couldn’t ask for a better co-parent. To me it’s like, you love this person. Not only does it go away, but you can re-establish a different kind of love. You can have a great time with your ex because you’re really just focused on your love for your child.”