Kate Hudson is talking about her unusual parenting arrangements with three different men.
“I’m not interested in forcing a conventional idea of love,” she said.
Hudson is the daughter of Academy Award-winning actress Goldie Hawn and actor/singer Bill Hudson. After a string of indie movies, she stars in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, the sequel to the comedy crime flick Knives Out.
Acting-wise, Hudson is reputed as the star of Almost Famous and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
Currently, Hudson plays an ex-magazine editor alongside Daniel Craig, Ed Norton, Janelle Monae, Dave Bautista, and other members of an ensemble cast. The movie comes out in theaters in the U.S. on November 23 and on Netflix on December 23.
Helming Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is Rian Johnson, who roped in a Best Original Screenplay nomination with its mystery-film predecessor, Knives Out.
Hudson’s new interview appears in The Times, the website for which is behind a paywall.
The actress starred in two movies last year, but they both made very small waves at the box office. Music, directed and co-written by Sia, only played in theaters in the U.S. for one night. The widely panned movie also only made slightly more than a half-million dollars on a budget of $16 million.
The other one, Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon, came out in the U.S. in late September after premiering a year earlier at the Venice Film Festival a year earlier. Its creator, Ana Lily Amirpour, is best known for her Iranian vampire movie A Girl Walks Home at Night.
Kate Hudson’s Family Life
Meanwhile, Hudson — in addition to returning to the big screen — remains fiercely loyal to her three children. That’s even if the Fabletics co-founder isn’t still romantically involved with all of their fathers.
Despite their differences in fathers, the family is remarkably close. Hudson made every effort to keep close ties and remain an amicable co-parent with her former partners.
According to Hudson, she is able to maintain good relationships with her parents by prioritizing communication. Hudson may have drawn parenting inspiration from her mom, who also worked hard to keep the mother-father-child bond close even after breakups when her daughter was growing up.
“It’s all about my kids,” Hudson said in an interview with The Telegraph about her relationship with her exes. “Which means I have to love their fathers, no matter what. And so I put my ego aside, I put aside any challenges that didn’t allow those relationships to last, and I love them — it doesn’t mean I have to be with them … And I think my kids feel that we’re all on the same page. I don’t know how I’ve pulled that off!”