She shares three sons with three different partners.
The How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days actress, 41, looked amazing in the accompanying shoot as she posed up a storm in a series of stunning ensembles before detailing her ‘luck’ with her sons’ fathers and how they have worked together.
Stunning: Kate Hudson has now shed light on how she has tackled co-parenting in the pandemic, as she chatted and posed in Women’s Health’s April 2021 issue
Kate looked sensational in the shoot, with one outfit featuring figure-enhancing cycling shorts and a loose-fitting crop top in yellow hues.
Leather trousers added a racy touch to another look as she posed up a storm in a crop top and windbreaker while pulling her very best pout.
Kate spoke of how she has balanced and strategised co-parenting during the pandemic, with the three fathers to her three sons.
She shares her sons Ryder, 16, and Bingham, nine, and daughter Rani Rose, two, with The Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson, Muse star Matt Bellamy and her current partner Danny Fujikawa respectively.
Beauty: The How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days actress, 41, looked amazing in the accompanying shoot as she posed up a storm in a series of stunning ensembles
She sweetly stated: ‘I’m really lucky. I’ve got lots of dads. I trust them.’
Kate was married to Chris from 2000 to 2007, and began dating Matt in 2010, became engaged the following year before splitting in 2014.
She revealed that Matt made a pact with her many years ago, saying: ‘One thing that Matt said to me, which I loved, is, “I just want to make sure that Bing feels like he’s gaining something, not losing something”…
‘I think it’s even bonded us closer—me, Matt, Elle [Evans, Bellamy’s wife], and Danny [Fujikawa]—because we have to trust that we’re protecting each other.’
Outfit: Kate looked sensational in the shoot, with one outfit featuring figure-enhancing cycling shorts and a loose-fitting crop top in yellow hues
She went on her first date with Danny in 2016 – having met through his stepsisters Erin and Sara Foster when she was 23 – and announced she was expecting Rani Rose in April 2016 before welcoming their daughter on 2 October that year.
Kate juggles her acting career with various businesses, including athleisure line Fabletics, vodka brand King St. Vodka and supplement line InBloom.
Aside from parenting, she also spoke about how the start of the pandemic affected her creatively as she candidly said: ‘Whenever I had nothing to do, I felt like I should be doing a million different things…
‘My brain just literally couldn’t stop. The beginning of the pandemic was very stressful for me and the teams, and I didn’t have any time to reflect on anything. I just wanted to try to save the companies.’
Motherhood: Kate spoke of how she has balanced and strategised co-parenting during the pandemic, with the three fathers to her three sons
It seems however, once she learnt to use the time wisely, Kate managed to engage with her creativity during the free time she had been blessed with.
She said: ‘For innately creative people, when we get the space to daydream, it’s a gift. Then you come out and hopefully have all these ideas.’
Speaking about wellness overall, she said: ‘I’ve always felt that wellness is about your quality of life. You need to know what makes you feel good…
‘It’s about doing the things you love, eating the things you want to, exercising and not feeling like you need to [push yourself] for two hours in a hot room. You can just take a nice walk and still be healthy.’
Blended family: Kate shares her son Ryder, 17, with her ex-husband Chris Robinson, son Bingham, nine, with her ex-fiance Matt Bellamy, and daughter Rani Rose, two, with her partner Danny Fujikawa; Ryder, Bingham and Danny (left to right) seen here on her Instagram
Past relationships and baby daddies: Hudson was married to Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson (left) from 2000 until 2007, and engaged to Muse’s Matt Bellamy (right) from 2011 to 2014
Known for her work in romantic comedies like How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days and Raising Helen, Kate said she will ‘definitely’ return to the genre in the future.
She added: ‘I will definitely do rom-coms again. But I haven’t been happy with the way people try to convince me a rom-com should be.’
Looking to the future, Kate believes she will eventually transition more from acting to directing.
She said: ‘I will act when I want, but I want to tell stories. I’ll be the woman with all those crazy, big bracelets, jewelry, and caftans, directing.’
The new issue of Women’s Health is released on March 16.
Interview: The new issue of Women’s Health is released on March 16