Kate Hudson ‘took a bit longer’ to lose weight after birth of daughter

Kate Hudson “took a bit longer” to lose the baby weight after welcoming her daughter Rani Rose.

The actress gave birth to the tot – her first child with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa – in October 2018.

In a new interview with People, Kate opened up about her life with three children and noted that she decided to adopt a different method when it was time to get back into shape.


“This one took a little bit longer. It was like 12 months, but I did it differently,” Kate, who is also mother to sons Ryder, 15, and eight-year-old Bingham, stated.

The Almost Famous star went on to explain that she chose to follow a plan by WW, formally known as Weight Watchers, in a bid to lose the weight. And the regime really worked for her.

“It was a smarter way to take (the) weight off, because it stays off,” the 40-year-old commented. “I think the wonderful thing about what that is, is you can eat what you want, you just have to be conscious. It teaches you about food.”

The WW ambassador took six months to lose weight after having her son Bing and added that her approach to food is now very similar to how her parents – Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell – raised her.

“I really understand food,” she shared. “I understand what I’m putting in my body, I grew up like that. My parents are who taught me about that. But there’s a lot of people out there who don’t have that relationship to food.”