Goldie Hawn shares a cute photo of herself with four granddaughters in matching Hawaiian lei
Goldie Hawn has five grandchildren from her two children and she never passes on a moment to show them off to the world. She recently bundled them up for a photo while in Hawaii.
Goldie Hawn is certainly one of the coolest grandmas of the photos of her goofing around with her five grandchildren is anything to go by. When she is not running around with Kate Hudson’s two boys, Ryder and Bingham, she is playing hide and go seek with Oliver Hudson’s Wilder, Bodhi, and Rio. She still makes time for photo shoots on Easter with the girls, more to be on red carpet events with long-term partner Kurt Russel and to produce great movies. How does a 72-year-old have so much energy?
Since her 1992 rom-com Housesitter, Hawn has been a household name, starting small but finish with a bang. From when she first graced our TVs, we saw an energetic bunny who is always the life of the party and comically out of place. From the onset, she was said to have a pair of the most beautiful legs in Hollywood, and this has remained factual to date. The 72-year old looks nothing like her age and she still rocks athleisure supplied by her daughter’s company. Fabletics.
Apart from her beautiful legs and talent, Hawn is known for being in one of the longest lasting unmarried relationships. She and her partner, Kurt Russell met when he was 16 and she barely 21. While they did not together romantically at the moment owing to his youth, their paths kept crossing till they started dating in 1983. They got a child together, Wyatt Russell, in 1986, but decided not to get married. 34 years later, they are still together and just as in Iove as when they first met.
When asked in an interview with Vanity Fair if she would ever marry Russell, Hawn asked...
“What is marriage going to do for us?... there’s something psychological about not being married because it gives you the freedom to make decisions one way or the other. For me, I chose to stay. Kurt chose to stay, and we like the choice.”
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