Kate Hudson posts a REAL photo of her post-baby body - and fans love her for it
You go, girl!
By Faye James
November 30 2018
Hollywood actress Kate Hudson has taken the plunge and revealed an unedited picture of her post-baby body on Instagram.
Dressed in her workout gear, Kate smiled candidly for the camera as she spoke about the importance of health. Kate had her third baby called Rani, back in October.
"So ...here we go!" Kate Hudson captioned the image. "The routine with our baby is getting more familiar and I'm ready to start taking a little time in the day focusing on myself. For me that means my health. Why? Because I wanna be around a long time for these three kiddos of mine."
"I know that some are curious about what that means and for all you moms (wether working or not working moms) it is the most challenging thing in the world to balance kids and personal time,” she continued.
Kate also revealed the struggles she faces as a mum of three. Her sons, Ryder, 14, and Bingham, 7, are from previous relationships.
“Let’s be honest, kids take the number one position and it's haaaaard to make the time for yourself. I've been doing a lot of research and I've spent my life time trying all kinds of new things that are focused on health and wellness. Because I am on a mission right now to get back to my fighting weight ;) and my strong body/mind back I want to bring you in on some of this journey,” she added.
Kate also revealed her plans to shed weight for an upcoming role.
“I will be shooting a film in the spring and I'm looking to shed 25lbs. I'd like to try new workouts and eat as healthy as I can. I wanna do all this and keep up milk production, raise my kids, work everyday, make time for my man, have girlfriend time and stay sane! I know that this sounds more like a new year resolution but after Thanksgiving and everyone thanking their health, I feel motivated to keep that up. Much love and hope everyone’s Having an amazing start to the holidays!"
Fans were quick to comment how ‘real’ she was and thanked her for being ‘normal’.