Kate Hudson’s Mum, Goldie Hawn And Kurt Russell To Wed After 30 Years Of Being Together?
Kate Hudson has an equally ravishing mother in talented actress, Goldie Hawn. She and partner Kurt Russell met way back in 1983 and have been together ever since—but here’s some exciting news! There are reports that the duo will finally get married and are expected to have the ceremony in their ranch in Aspen, Colorado.
Star Pulse reports that according to a close family friend, the New Year wedding will be involving “cowboy hats, horses and rock ‘n’ roll. All their relatives are thrilled that they have at last decided to tie the knot.”
The source also said that the couple’s son, actor and former professional hockey player Wyatt Russell, will be the best man.
Hawn has recently celebrated her 70th birthday over the weekend and daughter Kate Hudson took to Instagram to share a photo of herself, with brothers Oliver and Wyatt, and Russell’s son Boston. The photo is captioned, “Off grid with my bro’s and parents for a week! We’ll see ya on the other side… #LoveMyFam #HappyBirthdayMamaGoldie #OnlyGirl #LoveTheSea.”
Kate and Oliver are both Bill Hudson’s children but consider Russell as their father figure, while Wyatt is Hawn and Russell’s only biological child. Hawn formerly answered why the pair has never gotten married with the statement, “Kurt and I are deeply in love, so why risk ruining something wonderful by getting hitched?” There are no comments yet from any representatives of the personalities involved.
Also Read: KATE HUDSON FEELS ‘IT’S NICE’ TO BE SINGLE
Going back to Kate Hudson, who recently said she “feels nice to be single”, it looks like the mother of two is concentrating on her sons, Ryder, 11 and Bingham, 4. Hudson was very vocal that she is not in a rush to get into a new relationship right now.
The celebrity mom is very proud of who her two boys are growing up to be. She has nothing but admiration for her elder son, as he is really comfortable in his skin and that he is also not cocky at all.
Photo Source: Star Pulse