Kate Hudson threw her support behind her mother Goldie Hawn in a touching new video posted on Instagram.
The Almost Famous actress sported a cute sweater with 'Spread the Love' emblazoned across it, which Goldie designed as part of The Goldie Hawn Foundation's MindUP initiative, which teaches mental wellness to children in schools.
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"I'm wearing this amazing sweatshirt and these T-shirt's that my mom has made. This is my mom's way for Mental Health Awareness month to get the message out that we need to spread the love," Kate began.
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"How my mom has done that is she created her foundation 20 years ago, and the main initiative is the MindUP programme… she got some brilliant minds together and created a curriculum that doesn't distract from any other academic curriculum but is actually implemented into it.
"It's a way of learning and managing stress and pressure and children learn tools very early on that will help them for the rest of their life. Tools that I wish I had more of!"
Captioning the clip, Kate wrote: "It is #mentalhealthawarenessmonth and we want to continue to do our part to support every human's mental wellness. [100 percent] of the proceeds of this T-shirt goes to support @mindup (Swipe ups in stories for more info).
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Kate shared her support for mother Goldie on Instagram
"Love you Mama G @goldiehawn The work you do with your foundation is incredible."
Touched by her daughter's support, Goldie sweetly responded: "Thank you my darling girl! I love you so much Katie," followed by three heart emojis.
Goldie posted her own video about the initiative from her stylish living room on Tuesday, saying in part: "Speaking of love, this T-shirt, well, the Goldie Hawn Foundation, which was created 20 years ago, basically what we're doing now is creating mental wellness for children and I just thought that 'Spread the love' was a really nice thing to say and a really important thing to remember."
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