Kate Hudson goes completely topless for the latest cover of Glamour Magazine.
In the April issue, the 33-year-old actress poses for a series of rather provocative poses. Kate opens up about relationships, motherhood and her what her mom, Goldie Hawn, taught her is truly important.
“If I think about my life, I’m not reluctant about taking chances. I’m definitely not reluctant about relationships. The reason I trust so much is that I don’t feel like I have anything to hide. If somebody betrays that trust, it could never be so bad, because I don’t keep any secrets. I’ve had friends who’ve lied to me, I’ve had friends who’ve done things behind my back, I’ve had people steal from me – and it doesn’t stop me from trusting.”
On growing up with famous parents, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell:
“There’s a misconception that if you come from famous parents you’re seeking fame for the sake of fame. I see it as the opposite: Growing up with parents who were in the spotlight—it was almost like, Wow, if I didn’t love to create characters, I would run as far away from fame as I could get.”
How Kate stays in such great shape:
“Dancing, Pilates, and running after Bing.”
On her one-year-old son Bing, with Muse frontman Matthew Bellamy:
“He’s sprinting! And he’s got a natural mullet, which I’m cutting soon. It’s growing only in the back, so we in the family say he takes after my Gogie—you know, Kurt [Russell]— because Kurt was a mullet guy in the eighties. Bing’s been singing too. He loves music.”
On her nine-year-old son Ryder, from her first marriage to ‘The Black Crowes’ frontman Chris Robinson:
“Ryder is the coolest cat – an amazing big brother, so patient and tolerant. Bing pulls his hair, and Ryder just laughs. He’s such a good person. I couldn’t be a prouder mommy.”
On Goldie inspiring her to be a good parent:
“I always remember my mom saying that there’s only one thing in life she refused to fail at: raising her children. It just shows you it’s very possible to do the thing that makes you happy and still raise a wonderful family. What I learned from my mother is to step back and actually experience things that are happening.”