'I'm a bit of a wild mom': Kate Hudson reveals all about being a mother

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Kate Hudson has revealed all about her relationship with her children, claiming to be "a bit of a wild mom." As Kate was just 23-years-old when she gave birth to her first child, son Ryder, the 36-year-old revealed that the two of them have an "unusual" relationship.

The mother-of-two revealed to InStyle magazine: "I was really young, like 23, when I had Ryder. So, our relationship has always been [a little unusual]. I mean, we're close, and I am his mom. I'm big on manners. I'm big on politeness. I'm big on gratitude. But I'm a bit of a wild mom."

In a personal essay for InStyle titled "Sometimes I feel like a bad mom," the Bride Wars star candidly admitted that she occasionally finds parenting a struggle. She wrote: "Some days I feel like I should win best mom of the day award, and some days I find myself doing strange things that don't have any real purpose, in faraway corners in my house, and I realize I am literally and deliberately hiding from my children.

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"Even as I write this, I am traveling for a week away from my children… I'm so happy to have some time to myself and excited to have this experience. But there's this tight, pulling sensation that never goes away that it comes at the cost of missing a week of my children's lives, and it aches."

Kate has previously revealed that she feels she has become a better mother following the split from the father of her second son Bingham, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy.

She told Red magazine: "I do believe that it is better to have two people as parents that are truly happy in themselves for [the sake of] their children. If they can't sustain that at home and if it's affecting their family, then they have to look at their relationship.

"Of course, the goal is always to stay together. Matt and I really worked on it together and we came to the point where we realised that we are really better as friends and that is a healthier approach for our kids. And we can see the results."

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