The last two years have proven to be a great few years for the whole family. Goldie and Kurt weren’t the only ones celebrating success. Their kids have also been having a lot of success of their own, and continue to celebrate achievements to this day.
Kate and Oliver are each working hard on their own projects. While Kate has in the meantime taken a step back from acting, she is focusing hard on growing her fitness brand Fabletics. Her brother, Oliver, on the other hand, is currently working on the ABC sitcom, Splitting Up Together, which is being produced by the famed Ellen Degeneres.
It Was A Good Year for Goldie
2017 was a great year for Goldie that brought with it many news things. Other than a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the actress also starred in her first movie in the last 15 years. One week following the red carpet ceremony, her movie Snatched premiered. She played alongside the comedian actress Amy Schumer.
The movie follows a mother (Goldie) and daughter (Schumer) who are abducted while vacationing in South America.
He Had A Good Year Too
Goldie wasn't the only one having a good year. Her partner, Kurt was also basking in success. He starred in some of the biggest hits of 2017, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and The Fate of the Furious which earned over $2 billion worldwide.
Despite his enviable success, Kurt spoke nonstop about the love of his life, Goldie, during the Walk of Fame ceremony. Now that's true love, marriage title or not.
Kate and Oliver have a close relationship, both personally and professionally.
Oliver joined Kate in her fitness company. He is one of the designers and managers behind the men's active wear division, FL2. The business, which first launched in 2015, is perfect for the two stars who are big fans of both fashion and fitness.
Family Is Everything
One of the things that makes this family so special is that they always put family first.
They cherish one another and their relationships. While their children would love to see their parents get married, they don't push the matter and are respectful of their parents' desires. They think of their parents as great role models and want them to do what makes them happy.