October 20, 2019

Kate Hudson's 1-Year-Old Daughter Rani Takes Her First Steps in an Adorable Video

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Kate Hudson's adorable 1-year-old daughter just took her first steps! The proud mom shared a video of the special moment with her fans on Instagram. 

Kate Hudson's cute little daughter Rani Rose is a walker now! The 1-year-old recently took her first steps, and her doting mom captured the precious moment on camera. 

Fans were in for a treat as Hudson shared the cute video on Instagram. Little Rani looked absolutely adorable as she babbled while taking tiny, wobbly steps towards her mother.


Hudson was happy that her baby daughter responded to her calls. "Come to mama, come to mama," said the actress, encouraging Rani to come towards her with every little step she took.

"Good girl!" Hudson chirped as she praised her daughter who clumsily, but successfully, made it into her arms. 



Hudson and her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, welcomed their daughter Rani on October 2, 2018. She was named after her grandfather (Danny's father) Ron Fujikawa. 

Hudson often shares her daughter's cute snapshots on Instagram, letting her fans witness Rani's growth.


Besides Rani, Hudson is a proud mother to her two other children: Ryder Russell Robinson and Bingham Hawn Bellamy.

While Ryder was born to Hudson and her then-husband, Chris Robinson, the actress welcomed Bingham with her former partner, Matt Bellamy. 


Although she is a mother of three, Hudson has maintained a healthy, toned physique throughout the years. 

She even became a global ambassador for WW (previously known as "Weight Watchers") in 2018.



Maintaining a healthy body weight after childbirth can be a tough task for mothers. But Hudson has mastered the art of weight balancing throughout the years. 

The credit for her fabulous physique goes to healthy eating habits. In an interview with PEOPLE, the actress shared what she thinks is the key to maintaining normal body weight. 

Kate Hudson attends In Conversation with Michael Kors, Kate Hudson and The World Food Programme. | Source: Getty Images


She said:

“I don’t think it’s as much about changing anything, as it is about knowledge of the things that you love. That’s the thing that sets it apart to me from everything else. This is about understanding your wellness. It’s about understanding your fitness activity, understanding your food, understanding the things that you love. It’s about how to balance.”

Although Hudson shared that she wasn't as active when she was pregnant with Rani than she was with her sons, she challenged herself to trim down and tone up her body through regular workout and a balanced diet. 

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