Kate Hudson reveals concerns for brother Oliver during lockdown

Goldie Hawn's daughter opened up about her family's different reactions to the coronavirus pandemic

Hanna Fillingham

Kate Hudson has opened up about her routine in quarantine and how it was so very different from her brother Oliver's.

The How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days star admitted she had to have a word with her sibling to make sure that he was looking after himself. Talking to ELLE, Goldie Hawn's daughter said: "[My routine] has probably been better than it's been in a long time.

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"I talked to my brother Oliver, [he] just went and started drinking like, every day. It was like a party for him.

"He was having Zoom drinks. And I was the opposite. I was like, 'Oliver, we need to build our immunity and be strong. We don't know what this is. We don't know what's going on.'

"So I think there's a nice balance there."

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Kate Hudson with her brother Oliver

Kate also revealed in the interview that she had been enjoying watching some of her films with her children during lockdown.

"There's a couple of movies that are fun to watch with the kids," she said.

"Watching Almost Famous with Ryder was so great. And then Skeleton Key. It's fun to watch it through your kid's eyes because they're able to see these movies now."

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Kate and Oliver with their children, mum Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell

Kate has also been keeping in regular contact with her family over the past few months, and recently met up with her mum Goldie and Kurt Russell after the restrictions eased.

Meanwhile, at the beginning of the week, the doting aunt paid tribute to Oliver's teenage son Wilder, as he marked his 13th birthday.


Kate with her three children Ryder, Bingham and Rani

The Hollywood star shared a photo of Wilder with her middle son Bingham, nine, and wrote: "Love our Wild Man so much and his awesomeness is a testament to his parents cause they're pretty darn awesome themselves."

She then signed it off: "Happy Birthday Wilder, Auntie Kiki loves you." Kate is also mum to Ryder, 16, and 22-month-old daughter, Rani.

The actress often shares sweet photos of her family on social media, and recently got fans talking after posting a cute snapshot of her firstborn sitting outside with his grandmother Goldie, revealing just how much the pair looked alike.

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