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Kate Hudson on Having More Kids, Expanding Her Family: ‘I Don’t Know If I’m Done Yet’

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Kate Hudson has not closed the door on having more children in her future.

Hudson, 43, was recently featured on Byrdie’s “After-Dark,” where she shared that she might be open to expanding her family.

The actress shares son Ryder, 18, with ex Chris Robinson, son Bingham “Bing”, 11, with ex Matt Bellamy and daughter Rani Rose, 4, with fiancé Danny Fujikawa.

“I’ve had kids my entire adult life,” she shared with the outlet. “I have my 4-year-old and I have a kid in college. And I don’t even know if I’m done yet. You know, I don’t have that answer yet.”

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Kate Hudson has shared that she might be open to having more children in the future.
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The mother-of-three shared that her priority is to raise her children according to their individual interests and talents.

“The thing is, with kids, you have to let them be who they’re meant to be,” Hudson said.

Speaking about how she checks in while raising her family, the “Almost Famous” actress shared that she has a series of questions.

Kate and Danny Fujikawa welcomed their daughter, Rani Rose, in October 2018.

Kate and Danny Fujikawa welcomed their daughter, Rani Rose, in October 2018.
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These questions include: “How am I? You know, where am I? And am I feeling well? And am I feeling healthy? And how are my children? I need to be happy? Where should I spend time refocusing?

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Last month, Hudson opened up about her blended family in an interview with The Sunday Times.

“It might not look traditional from the outside, but inside I feel like we’re killing it,” the ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ star said. .

She continued, “The unit that I created with three children from three different fathers is a very strong unit, and it is ours.”

“I’m not interested in forcing a conventional idea of ​​love or marriage. I wish I could grow intimately with my partner for a long time, but I don’t have rose-colored glasses either.”

“My goal in life is that I want to feel love and I want to give love, but I’m also pragmatic, so one day at a time,” Hudson added. “I work really hard on relationships because I love them.”

Kate Hudson with her mother, Goldie Hawn, and Goldie's partner, Kurt Russell.  Although Kurt is not Kate's biological father, she shared that she considers him her father.

Kate Hudson with her mother, Goldie Hawn, and Goldie’s partner, Kurt Russell. Although Kurt is not Kate’s biological father, she shared that she considers him her father.
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“My parents have done an amazing job keeping this dance going,” the Oscar nominee noted.

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Hudson was referring to his mother Goldie Hawn, 77, and his 39-year-old partner Kurt Russell, 71. Although Hudson is the biological daughter of Hawn and musician Bill Hudson, 73, the ‘Fool’s Good’ actress said she considers Russell to be her father.

In her interview with The Times, Hudson shared her thoughts on how she’s approached parenthood differently since welcoming her firstborn with The Black Crowes founder at age 24.

Hudson, Fujikawa, Bingham and Rani Rose are pictured here in September during a family trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, California.

Hudson, Fujikawa, Bingham and Rani Rose are pictured here in September during a family trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
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“I’m definitely more present as a mother now that I’m older,” the Los Angeles native said. “With Ryder, our relationship is so special because I grew up with him. The big learning curve in my life and becoming a woman happened when I was a mother.”

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She continued: “It was a choice. We wanted to have a baby and it was instinctive. I was very attached to him and vice versa. I took him everywhere. I didn’t leave him until he’s two years old. even really having put him through school until he was ten years old, when I’m much more structured with my other children. When Ryder grew up, I [realized] a little more structure could be good for the child.”

Fox News Digital’s Ashley Hume contributed to this report.

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