October 05, 2018

Goldie Hawn's daughter Kate has given birth to a baby girl and reveals her adorable name

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Kate Hudson and her boyfriend Danny Fujikawa welcomed their first child together on Tuesday. 

The "Almost Famous" actress posted the announcement on Instagram with the caption: "She's here," and a heart emoji. 

The four slides in the post informed Hudson's 9 million followers that their daughter would be named Rani Rose Hudson Fujikawa. She explained

"We have decided to name our daughter Rani [...] after her grandfather Ron Fujikawa. Ron was the most special man who we all miss dearly."


Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. The announcement can be seen below. 

Hudson added that "to name her after [Danny's grandfather] is an honor, and said, "everyone is doing well and happy as can be."


She also thanked her followers and fans for their love and support. Her post received nearly 700,000 likes in the 14 hours it's been online. 

The 39-year-old actress announced back in April that she was pregnant after keeping it a secret throughout the first trimester. 


She has two sons, – the 14-year-old Ryder and 6-year-old Bingham – from previous relationships. 

Hudson was married to Ryder's father, Chris Robinson, from 2000 until 2007, and they have joint custody of the teenager.


She began dating Bingham's father – the lead singer from Muse, Matt Bellamy – in 2010. They were engaged to be married but called it quits four years later. 

They are also co-parenting their six-year-old son. Hudson and Fujikawa announced their relationship back in May 2017 at the film premiere of "Snatched."


Hudson and her famous mother Goldie Hawn recently teamed up for a pregnancy photo shoot for Hudson's activewear company, Fabletics. 

Fabletics is also partnering with the MindUP organization. The company's goal is to teach children empathy, kindness, and compassion. Hawn said

“Children need help managing their emotions in this changing world. We don’t want to desensitize our children from caring for each other.” 

Hawn's organization created modules for the grade K-8 curriculum, based on neuroscientific research.

The module consists of 15 lessons that will teach kids to be sensitive and how to deal with anger, sadness, depression, and anxiety.