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Kate Hudson talks about her pregnancy for the first time

Goldie Hawn’s pregnant daughter shows off her baby bump and reveals that she thinks she’s having a girl

Posted: 28 January 2011
by Kyrsty Hazell
Kate Hudson talks about her pregnancy for the first time
Kate Hudson talks about her pregnancy for the first time

After the news was announced that actress Kate Hudson was pregnant with her second child, the actress has kept quiet about her pregnancy.

However, now the 31-year-old mum-to-be has spoken out about her pregnancy and her relationship with Muse singer Matt Bellamy. Talking on the Graham Norton Show, the gorgeous star pointed to her stomach and said, “I’m starting to pop!”

Kate then went on to discuss baby names and how she hates pregnancy tips! “We have a couple of names but we’re not telling anyone. People tell you so much about being pregnant, it drives me nuts.”

The actress also reveled that she thinks she might be having a little sister for her 7-year-old son Ryder – well, according to him anyway! “It feels like a girl, but I don’t know. Ryder thinks it’s a girl,” said Kate.

When asked if her and her rock star boyfriend will tie the knot, Kate said, “I’m 31. I already have one child and one divorce, so it’s not necessarily the golden ticket. I just want to be happy!”

Kate’s son Ryder is from her previous marriage to singer Chris Robinson.


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