Kate Hudson Proclaims ‘Love Is Everything’ as She Shares New Photo of Her Two Adorable Kids

Famous actress, Kate Hudson shared a lovely picture of her cute kids, Rani, and Bingham via her Instagram page. In the photo-post, the pair was all cuddled up, and they succeeded in tugging the heartstrings of Kate's Instagram followers.

Kate, who is best known for her role in the famous movie, "Almost Famous," enjoys expressing her love for her family members in various ways, which includes posting cute pictures on social media.

The mother of three took to Instagram once more and shared an adorable photo of her most recent child, Rani playing with Bingham, her second son. The Instagram post gathered lots of love from Kate's followers within a short while.

Her fans and well-wishers also commented on the resemblance between the thirty-nine-year-old mother and her five-month-old daughter.

Kate captioned the adorable Instagram post with the text, "love is everything," which was placed in-between two heart emojis.

Rani, the present centre of attraction, was dressed in a beautiful patterned pink top, black trousers and large grin to go with it. At her young age, Rani has already been exposed to the life of social media a few times, like when Kate posted a sweet photo on Saint Patrick's Day and another adorable video on International Women's Day.

Rani is Kate's first child with her lover, Danny Fujikawa, as the couple has been together for over a year now. Kate already had two sons from two different men, but that didn't seem to stop her from committing herself to another man.

Her first son, Ryder Robinson, came as a result of her partnership with Chris Robinson while her seven-year-old Bingham Bellamy's father is Matt Bellamy.

Kate considers her family as an essential part of her life, and her respect for the image and opinion of her loved ones didn't just start.

A few days ago, Marcia Ross, the casting director of "10 Things I Hate About You," (one of the most influential movies of its time) talked about a few teens that were almost cast in the film.

"We screen-tested Josh Hartnett, Eliza Dushku, Heath, and Julia… I loved Katie Holmes,"

Marcia explained

"The other person I loved was Kate Hudson. But her mom [Goldie Hawn] didn't like the script for her, so she passed,"

she revealed. Kate went on to star in "200 Cigarettes" .

This clearly shows how much influence Kate's family has on her decisions and further proves how genuine her love is for them.