Kate Hudson has opened up about parenting her two sons, Ryder, 15, and Bingham, 7, and her new daughter, Rani Rose, 3 months.

The actress, 39, revealed during a January interview with AOL that having a little girl “doesn’t really change my approach” to parenting, shares US Weekly.

“I think you just raise your kids individually regardless — like a genderless [approach]. We still don’t know what she’s going to identify as.”

“It’s very different from the boys, and it’s really fun to actually want to buy kids’ clothes,” said the actress. “With the boys it was just, like, onesies.”


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We love a onesie ????????????

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When you’re workin but babies gotta eat ???????? (Love you @ninomunoz ????)

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  • The article really is like a ‘nothing’ article. Congrats though. Gorgeous baby.

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  • Don’t think she knows what she is really saying in this post.

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  • mmm, don’t get the heading with relation to the content.

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  • I don’t think she knows what gender neutral really is

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  • Congratulations Kate, enjoy your new bub

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  • I like the pics of Kate and her new baby girl, but I don’t really get what she is trying to say or what the article is about?

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  • The article didn’t really make sense to me either

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  • Not sure what this article is about.

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  • This is confusing did she say genderless because she’s excited to buy clothes now but not with the boys. I think her comments may have been ta out of context.

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  • Doesn’t sound like it’s so much gender less as just trying to avoid traditional gender assumptions.

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  • Nice relaxed pics of Kate and her little one.

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  • I’m wondering if that is actually what Kate Hudson said or it is sensationalist journalism.

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  • I too don’t understand the point of the article.

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  • I don’t really get all the hype. She’s dressing her as a girl in pink coloured clothing but raising her genderless?


    • True, she’s maybe not as genderless in her approach in the end.

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  • not really sure what the point of the article was?? But I read it none the less as I LOVE Kate Hudson – she has a gorgeous family

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