On Monday, the Almost Famous actress took to Instagram to share a fun video of sons Ryder Robinson, 16, and Bingham Bellamy, nine, playing music in the living room of their home in LA.
In the background, Ryder could be heard encouraging his younger brother, telling him: "I'm vibing," while Kate nodded her head in time to the music.
VIDEO: Kate Hudson becomes stage mum to sons Ryder and Bingham!
In the caption, Kate wrote: "London Symphony Orchestra I await your call, they're a package deal."
Ryder is the son of The Black Crowes star Chris Robinson, while Bingham is the son of Muse star Matt Bellamy.
Kate is also mum to daughter Rani Rose, who she shares with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa.
Kate Hudson with sons Ryder and Bingham
The Hollywood actress often shares cute videos of her children on social media, and recently paid tribute to her firstborn ahead of his 17th birthday.
Alongside a picture of her and Ryder laying on the bed after New Year's Eve celebrations at home, Kate wrote: "This young man made me a mother my entire adult life and I wouldn't change it for the world... in 5 days he'll be 17 years old. WTF?! I'll save the mama gushing for the 7th. Love my baby."
The Almost Famous star is a doting mum
While 2020 was a challenging year for everyone, Kate enjoyed spending quality time with her three children during lockdown.
Reflecting on her new family routine during an interview on The Ellen Show in April, she said: "I have one area for Bing because it's more hands-on, and I have to sit with him…
"Then Ryder does his work in his area, and we do check-ins because he's doing lectures and there's Zoom. It's just a juggling act, but it's good. I'm thankful for our health."
Kate can't believe son Ryder is turning 17 soon
Kate also had fun introducing her children to some of her movies, including Almost Famous, which Ryder in particular enjoyed watching.
Talking to Elle, Kate revealed: "There’s a couple of movies that are fun to watch with the kids. 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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