Kate Hudson's Teenage Son Ryder Jokingly Calls Her out for Sharing a Family Video Without His Permission
Kate Hudson recently posted an adorable video of her family wishing her brother Oliver Hudson on Instagram, and her teenage son, Ryder, wasn't too thrilled that she didn't ask for permission!
The Hudson family celebrated one member's birthday over the weekend, and we got a glimpse of the happy hour via a video Kate shared on her Instagram page.
Kate, her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, and her children — Ryder Russell, 15, Bingham Bing”Hawn, 8, and 11-month-old daughter Rani Rose — assembled in front of a camera to wish her brother a happy 43rd birthday.
In the clip, everybody was singing the happy birthday song to her brother, Oliver Hudson, who the kids fondly called "Uncle Ollie." The sweet captionread
“To a man who deserves a huge hip hip hooray for the day he was born! @theoliverhudson you are a special human and we are so grateful for your commitment to being the best human you could possibly be and that we get the benefits of your awesomeness, love and laughter. Love you bro!”
The video has gained almost a million views with over 590 comments. As amusing as the video was, what happened after was even more hilarious.
Kate's eldest son, Ryder, jokingly told his mom that she should give him a heads-up next time she wants to post him.
“Mom you didn’t ask me if you could post this,”Ryder commented,
-including a crying and laughter emoji, as reported by PEOPLE.
Ryder's comments on his mother Kate Hudson's post.| Source: Instagram/katehudson
Kate Hudson is a mother of three wonderful children from different men. Her first son was with her ex-husband, Chris Robinson, and her second son with Matt Bellamy, who she was formerly engaged to. Her latest bundle of joy, Rani Rose, is with her longtime boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa.
As a mother of three, you tend to wonder how she excels in her career, makes time for her kids and take care of herself. However, the actress has confessed that she has not be able to figure out a perfect balance.
Kate told Grazia magazine:
"I wish there was a perfect balance. The truth is, there's not. I just take it day by day, you know? I just started to check in every day. Am I OK? Burning the candle at both ends, spending enough time with my, you know, 3,000 children. We're all doing the best we can, you know?"
Neverthless, she has maintained her contagious joy and it is one of the reasons why we love her!