Is there any truth to the rumor that you once dated Brad Pitt. [LAUGH] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] That is the craziest rumor of all time. No. [MUSIC] As a matter of fact, I hadn't even seen him in like four years. So it's kind of an awesome rumor. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] I think you- I kinda liked it. It was like, okay fine, we're having twins. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]
Kate Hudson and her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, welcomed their first child — a daughter, Rani Rose — together back in October 2018. Now, nearly a year later, it appears like the natural next step in their relationship would be to get married, but the actress isn't so sure.
In a new interview with The Telegraph, Hudson explains to the magazine that she and Danny will "probably" tie the knot, however, she understands its not the be-all end-all in a romance. "Probably, I think so. We think about that a lot," she says of the possibility of getting married for a second time.
"Marriage is definitely not a golden ticket – it’s not going to solve any challenges in a relationship. But as someone who’s lived through... well, trial and error, I think that the symbolism of marriage, that commitment, is more important to kids than we sometimes think."
Whether they wed or not, Kate confirmed she certainly will be committed co-parenting, admitting that she still has love for her children's fathers and former partners Chris Robinson and Matt Belamy. "It’s all about my kids," she explains. "Which means I have to love their fathers, no matter what. And so I put my ego aside, I put aside any challenges that didn’t allow those relationships to last, and I love them – it doesn’t mean I have to be with them."
She adds: "And I think my kids feel that we’re all on the same page. I don’t know how I’ve pulled that off!"
As for Kate and Danny's future, we're betting they make it for the long-haul based on their adorable family photos alone.