Goldie Hawn Discusses Embracing Quarantine in the Mountains with Kurt Russell & Her Children

Sep 17, 2020
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Goldie Hawn and her family decided to spend time in quarantine in the mountains. In an interview with InStyle, she revealed the comical nature of her family.

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Travelling in an RV, the family took their time to get to their destination. Upon arrival, they laughed at how oblivious they were to long-term partner, Kurt Russell, slow driving. 

In the interview, the movie actress said that the family spent about a quarter of an hour laughing at the whole event. Hawn attributes the interaction to everyone having the same sense of humor.

Goldie Hawn poses with her children at the premiere of "First Wives Club" in 1996. | Photo: Getty Images.

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LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE

As an actress, she has spent most of her life making people laugh. So, it wasn't hard to create a family that laughs at itself. She considers this a gift saying:

“For an actor and a comedian, it’s a gift to be able to make someone else feel good. So in these tough times, I’m still trying to be in service in some way".

Hawn’s organization, MindUP, provides children with tools on how to manage anxiety and be optimistic in life. The “First Wives Club” star announced a laughing challenge, part of MindUP.

 

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SAVORING EVERY MOMENT

The laughing challenge is an attempt to teach children and adults how to enjoy life more. Speaking to Page Six, she considers her family as lucky and is grateful for that.

MindUP is 20 years old, formed after the 9/11 disaster. Hawn believes that what the organization stands for is needed now more than ever.

Hawn further added that she understands that her life isn’t the same as others who may be suffering in quarantine. This has led her to shed a few tears as the reality hurts her.

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A HELPING HAND

Her followers have shown tremendous support to her announcement of the laughing challenge, sharing videos of themselves laughing with their children.

MindUP is 20 years old, formed after the 9/11 disaster. Hawn believes that what the organization stands for is needed now more than ever.

 

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MAKING THE MOST OF LIFE

Her time in quarantine has come with good and anxious moments. She shared with ET how concerned she was about what tomorrow holds, for her and the rest of the world.

Despite being behind closed doors, Hawn continues to enjoy life by adding some music and a dance routine to ordinary chores, like dishes. 

Despite the uncertainty looming over the world’s head, Hawn is still enthusiastic about life. She does look forward to drinking in a bar with daughter Kate Hudson once things open up again.

Despite being behind closed doors, Hawn continues to enjoy life by adding some music and a dance routine to ordinary chores, like dishes. 

In the InStyle interview, Hawn also shared that she was a dancer before she became an actress. She said that her mantra is to dance like no one is watching. 

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