Am all over Kate Hudson’s dating game. No strings, just sex only, please don’t fall in love with me… see you later after 2 or 3 months. Love it.
As such, am disappointed that Kate’s throwing around some Rossum. Does she really need to throw around the Rossum? Does she need to cheese? Kate is too cool to cheese, non?
Kate Hudson, January issue of Vogue. Cover is boring, photos inside are much more interesting, though Anna Wintour must be losing her sh*t that Elle’s December issue featured suspenders on Posh just a short month before. Hee.
Unlike Victoria though, Kate’s posing is effortless…so natural. And you’ll note she has no issues with putting her kid in the pages of a glossy.
The interview itself isn’t particularly riveting – she dishes on her civilised divorce and has kind words for Owen Wilson:
Ending her marriage:
We had Ryder, and we both sort of looked at each other and went, ‘Something’s off.’ The most difficult thing I’ve ever done in my life. The process of discovering with somebody that you love that you don’t… work is so painful. And thank goodness I did it with Chris… We helped each other through it. Now we’re both single and since the day we separated, we talk multiple times a day.
Working with Matthew McConaughey:
We’re like brother and sister! We seem to drive each other crazy in a good way. Matthew kind of puts it perfectly when he says that we fight well and flirt well, and we’re perfect pains in each other’s ass. (Working in Australia on that movie with him) was a really interesting time for me. It was right when Chris and I were getting divorced, and I didn’t want to be so far away, because it was hard for us. And it was the first time I sent Ryder to be with Chris while I was working, and that was definitely difficult. But it was probably the best experience I’ve had to date, in terms of everything as a whole.
Thoughts on Owen:
Owen is such a lovely person, and I love him dearly. And I wish him beautiful things — health and everything that he desires in life.
But THIS is what makes the article gross. Kate Hudson rips a page right out of Emmy Rossum’s lyric book:
“I just love to have fears because I love to be able to conquer them.”
Does she live like there’s no tomorrow? Does she love like she’s never been hurt?
Does she dance like there’s no one watching?
Rossum all over my keyboard!