Kate Hudson Details How Toddler Daughter Rani Rose Is Becoming Her Mini-Me

Rebelander Basilan
May 15, 2021
08:40 A.M.
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In a new interview, Kate Hudson talked about how her daughter Rani Rose is slowly becoming her mini-me. She revealed that her little girl even tries to copy her moves.


Having raised two sons, Kate Hudson discovered a mini-me in her daughter Rani Rose. The doting mother recently explained to People how her two-year-old is already copying her exercise routine.

Additionally, Hudson revealed to the outlet that Rani steals her shoes from her closet. The star said she even had a video capturing her precious girl claiming the shoes belonged to her.

Kate Hudson at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. | Photo: Getty Images


Hudson's moves are copied by Rani each time she works out as well. "I'm learning so quickly that this whole 'everything that is mom's is yours' when you're a girl is real," the actress shared.

Hudson, who co-founded the fitness brand Fabletics, is also a proud mother to her son Ryder, 17, with her ex-husband Chris Robinson, and second son Bingham, 9, with her ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy.


Meanwhile, during a recent episode of "Sunday Today with Willie Geist," the "Almost Famous" star opened up about her unconventional family and her three children sharing different fathers.

During her 42nd birthday last month, Hudson's family pulled out all the stops to make her feel loved.


It's only her children and family things that she really holds high expectations about. Other than that, the multi-awarded actress said she worked hard for whatever came her way.

The COVID-19 pandemic has left her feeling overwhelmed, according to Hudson. While she has had some good days, she said there are days that she has to remind herself to be thankful.


On March 23, Hudson posted a video of Rani sitting cross-legged with her father, Danny Fujikawa, while practicing meditative exercises. The adorable toddler looks very content in her pajamas.

A serene moment of tranquility enfolded the pair as their hands sit on their legs and their eyes are closed. In no time, Rani had accomplished a Zen state after taking one deep breath.


During her 42nd birthday last month, Hudson's family pulled out all the stops to make her feel loved. The actress uploaded a video message from Rani, touchingly singing her "Happy Birthday."

The video clip shows Fujikawa holding his daughter. Along with the video, Hudson explained that she had an early call time, so this was her family's way of kicking off the celebration for her.


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