Goldie Hawn became emotional during a heartwarming singing tribute to Oliver Hudson, her eldest and her "sunshine," as he turned 44 on Monday.
74-year-old Goldie Hawn took to social media on Monday to wish her son Oliver Hudson a happy birthday with a sweet song, and she had a hard time keeping the tears at bay.
Oliver and his sister Kate are Goldie's kids from her marriage to Bill Hudson, her second husband with whom she parted ways rather bitterly in 1982.
BIRTHDAY WISHES FOR OLIVER
The 44-year-old's is a parent himself, having been married to Erinn Bartlett for the last fourteen years and together they have three children; a daughter named Rio, and two sons, Wilder and Bodhi.
Filled with emotion, Goldie wished Oliver a happy birthday by singing the 1939 Simon Ravenhall classic "You Are My Sunshine." Posting the video to social media, Goldie wrote as a caption:
"To my firstborn @theoliverhudson ... and what a day it was.I Love you so ❤️❤️❤️."
MAKING HAPPY FAMILY MEMORIES
The grandmother of six's share came almost a week after her last, which she also dedicated to Oliver and his daughter Rio.
Rio and Oliver got busy making pizza dough, and Goldie couldn't resist snapping a picture of the fluffy affair taking place in the kitchen. Wishing everyone a happy Sunday, Goldie posted a pic and wrote:
"Sometimes one picture says everything!! LOVE ❤️."
WHEN GOLDIE WISHED KATE A HAPPY BIRTHDAY
In April, Kate Hudson turned 41, and in true form, Goldie sent her only daughter a heartwarming message shared alongside a beautiful picture of them together.
Sharing that she loves Kate "deeply," Goldie proudly added that she can't imagine her life without the one who came into this world "wide-eyed and ready."
MOVED BY INSPIRATION
Kate Hudson recently felt nostalgic and inspired by those who have paved the way for others, and she shared the moment with her followers through a throwback picture taken of Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie.
Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn attend the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 21, 2018, in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images.
The two women became legendary in the face of modern rock and influential with their music during 1970. In Kate's eyes they are nothing less than "goddesses."