Goldie and her daughter Kate Hudson are super close. Not only do the two share a lot in common in terms of their stunning looks and physique, but they are also both big Hollywood stars. Goldie is very proud of her daughter.
Kate has starred in several blockbuster films, like How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days, Raising Helen, and My Best Friends’ Girl. Besides her acting endeavors, she also co-founded a fitness brand and program called Fabletics. On top of this, as if she has had the time for anything more, she has been busy in the last few years releasing two books; her first one in 2016 called Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body, and in 2017, she released her second book, Pretty Fun: Creating and Celebrating a Lifetime of Tradition.
If you ask Goldie Hawn how to maintain a long relationship, she won't beat around the bush with you. She'll tell you like it is. As she once told People Magazine, "monogamy is a very tough order. You're in the prime of your life, you are attracted to other people, potentially, you have fantasies about that."
Despite this ballsy admittance of hers, the power couple have managed to surpass any outside desires and they stay loyal to one another, something that is quite rare in Hollywood.
The New Brady Bunch
Despite getting together at a fairly older age, the two had every intention of growing their family. Goldie already had two children prior to Russell with Bill Hudson and Russell had one child with Season Hubley.
Goldie became pregnant three years into her relationship with Kurt and gave birth to their first child on July 10, 1986, Wyatt Russell. There is an evident bond between the family despite some of their kids being born in previous marriages. The children all share their love of acting and each one takes on his or her own unique projects.
It isn't easy to grow up in the shadow of two major movie legends and Kate was definitely no stranger to this. She decided that it was critical for her career to distance herself from her parents and build her own career.
The first major role she landed was as Penny Lane in Almost Famous, directed by Cameron Crowe. Her performance scored her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
Kate And Kurt Russell
Remarrying when you already have kids can be messy if your children don't want to welcome a new father figure into their lives. Lucky for both Kurt and Kate, things turned out exceptionally well between the two and Kate even thinks of Kurt as her real father. Kate has never had hard feelings towards her real father, Bill, but she does feel a stronger connection to Kurt who has been raising her since she was 18 months old.
Kate has commented that her biological father has no idea where she is or what she's doing. Kate has shared about Kurt that he has helped her a lot with her career over the years: "He is so honest, so brutally honest. I love him so much; he is just a great guy. He is an original. He doesn't buy into things." In fact, the two shared the big screen together when they acted in the 2016 drama Deepwater Horizon.