Kate Hudson's Son Bingham Doesn't Like Homeschooling During Quarantine

American actress Kate Hudson is homeschooling her son, Bingham Hawn Bellamy, amid the novel coronavirus pandemic and shared a photo of him with her fans on Instagram.

The fact that most of the world is experiencing a lockdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't mean that there has to be a lockdown on learning and schooling for the kids. 

Kate Hudson is keen on ensuring that her 8-year-old son, Bingham, continues to learn in the period of quarantine and began homeschooling lessons for him. 

Kate Hudson at the 2019 Baby2Baby Gala on November 09, 2019 in Culver City, California.| Photo:Getty Images

Kate Hudson at the 2019 Baby2Baby Gala on November 09, 2019 in Culver City, California.| Photo:Getty Images

The actress took to her Instagram page to share a picture of Bingham "back in school," although his body language showed that he wasn't too impressed with the arrangement. 

In the picture, the 8-year-old sat on a chair, with his head stooped down, his legs crossed and his hands held together, showing that he wasn't pleased. In her caption to the post, Kate Hudson wrote

"Back in school…"

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She also used the hashtags "Body language" and "I am trying," to show that her son didn't look pleased with having to be schooled from home. Some of her fans who commented also felt her pain. 

In his comment, animal activist David Babaii said that he could feel Kate's pain, adding that the picture was cute, while another fan said that Mondays were the worst for her kids when it comes to homeschooling. 

Being surrounded by people in the showbiz industry, it wasn't a surprise when Kate went into acting

The "Almost Famous" actress shares her three kids with three different men. She shares her first son, 16-year-old Ryder, with ex-husband Chris Robinson, while she shares Bingham with ex Matt Bellamy. 

Her 1-year-old daughter Rani Rose is a product of her relationship with her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa. Despite having three kids, Kate always thought she would have more, a fact she revealed in an appearance on "Today," in 2019. 

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All my Valentines ❤️ #happyloveday

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In the interview, Kate said that she always thought she would have four to six children, which was due to her family background. She added that the feelings intensified after she met with her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa. 

Kate Hudson is an impressive actress with many starring roles in some of Hollywood's biggest films. She is also the co-founder of "Fabletics," a fashion brand.

She was born, on April 19, 1979, to actors Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson. Following her parents' divorce, Kate grew up with her mom, Goldie, and her longtime companion, Kurt Russell — also an actor. 

Being surrounded by people in the showbiz industry, it wasn't a surprise when Kate went into acting, and landed a spot on the television drama, "Party of Five." Since then, she hasn't looked back and has gone on to enjoy a success-laden career. 

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