Kate Hudson‘s children may just continue the family legacy.
The 42-year-old actress is part of an acting dynasty being the daughter of Goldie Hawn and sister of both Oliver Hudson and Wyatt Russell – not to mention Hawn has been in a long-term relationship with actor Kurt Russell for decades.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the “Music” actress revealed that some of her kids are likely to follow in her footsteps.
Hudson is mother to three: Ryder, 17, who she shares with ex-husband Chris Robinson, Bingham, 10, who she shares with Matt Bellamy, and Rani Rose, 2, who she shares with her current boyfriend Danny Fujikawa.
“Oh man, I hate to say yes, but I’m going to say yes,” she admitted when asked if any of the kiddos had entertainment aspirations. “Yeah, especially Ryder.”
Kate Hudson revealed that her oldest son Ryder may enter the entertainment industry someday. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Ryder’s father, Robinson, is the frontman of the rock group The Black Crowes.
“And Bing… he’s just like, a numbers guy and he’s got stocks. He’s really into stocks,” explained Hudson. “He loves trading stocks, it’s what he wanted for his birthday. He’s 10, so I was saying by the time he’s 12, he’ll be handling my portfolio.”
While it may be too early to tell if her 2-year-old will follow in her footsteps, the proud mother said that Rani Rose has brought a “completely different dynamic” to her family.
“She’s really special,” Hudson gushed. “She’s just this loving, funny — she’s hilarious, oh my god — and she likes to be funny. You know, she’s goofy.”
Kate Hudson is the daughter of Oscar-winning actress Goldie Hawn. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
The Oscar nominee continued: “But I was saying earlier, I think that when you get older and you’ve had kids … you kind of soak in those moments a little bit more … maybe a little more intensive. It’s those moments that I just cherish.”
“It starts with Octavia obviously… and I’m just a massive fan,” Hudson explained when asked why she joined the drama. “And you get to a certain point in your career where you’re like, ‘I just want to work with great people.'”