September 07, 2020
After giving birth to her third child, actress Kate Hudson struggled to lose weight. It took her a year to return to her pre-pregnancy body.
In October 2018, Oscar-nominated actress Kate Hudson welcomed her third baby, Rani Rose. She did not lose weight until after 12 months. She told PEOPLE:
"This one took a little bit longer."
Kate Hudson at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images
The 40-year-old star said that after giving birth to her second child, it took her only six months to drop the postpartum weight. She welcomed her son, Bing, in July 2011.
Hudson recently attended an event for her Happy x Nature Eco-Evening Collection in Los Angeles. At the event, she spoke to PEOPLE about what she did to lose weight.
These days, the "Bride Wars" actress is busy building a business empire.
Speaking about her weight loss, the actress said: "It was like 12 months, but I did it differently." She took up a weight loss program with WW, formerly Weight Watchers.
Hudson, who is an ambassador for WW, shared that she was able to lose weight in a more sustainable way. The program also teaches one about food.
Under the program, one can eat what she wants, she just needs to be more conscious. One is also guided on how to eat in moderation.
The actress became an ambassador for WW just over two months after welcoming Rani Rose. She also has sons Ryder, 14, and Bingham, 7, from past relationships.
Since the start of the year, Hudson has been sharing glimpses into her body transformation. She would reveal her weight loss goals and her process to achieve that.
At one point, the actress said that she wanted to lose 10 pounds. She admitted that she gained weight over the previous holiday.
Hudson is in a relationship with Danny Fujikawa, whom she shares daughter Rani Rose with. They were first rumored to be a couple in March 2017.
The actress also previously shared that her goal was to lose 25 pounds by the spring, after giving birth to Rani Rose. She added that losing weight at the time needed a different kind of discipline.
These days, the "Bride Wars" actress is busy building a business empire. Among her businesses are two clothing lines and a film and TV company called Hail Mary Productions.
Her goal has been to build a business that is "more mindful and more sustainable." This is particularly the focus of her ready-to-wear brand, Happy x Nature.
Hudson recently gave her fans a blast from the past after sharing a throwback photo of Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie. She paid tribute to the two legendary women in modern rock history.