'Mistakes will happen': Kate Hudson's message of love for struggling parents

Kate Hudson with her family. Photos: Instagram.
Kate Hudson with her family. Photos: Instagram. 

Just like parents everywhere Kate Hudson realises she doesn't always get it right - but the famous  mum-of-three is certain unconditional love for her children makes up for any imperfections.

Hudson has shared a sweet message of love for parents everywhere along with a beautiful image of herself and one-year-old daughter Rani Rose sharing a bath together.

The actress is also mum to sons Ryder, 16, and Bingham, eight.

Cradling her daughter, Hudson, 41, wrote a gorgeous caption about the importance of "choosing love".


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"I hold my babies as I want to be held and ask for no returns," she posted along with the photo.

"I love my babies with the freedom of knowing they are different than me and supporting their human right to individuality. I just love them endlessly.

"Mistakes will happen, people are flawed, to be human will only ever be imperfect. Would we want it any other way? Perfection...what is that anyway?

"But when we hold one another, when we love, we can forgive. When we love, we transcend all negative noise. When we choose love, we chose the good life.


"And if you think love didn't choose you, remember, someone out there, scratch that, MANY people out there are ready to bring you in and share love with you. Choosing love means you're never alone."

It is not the first time Hudson has spoken about the fact that nobody is perfect, including herself. 

"I make mistakes all the time. I've yelled at my kids too much, and I've also cursed in front of them, and I also haven't shown up for things because I was out of town," she said in an interview with Women's Health last year.

"But at the same time, I have days where I'm like, 'I'm a f***ing supermum'. I am cooking, cleaning, doing homework, changing diapers, I worked out.

"What I've learned – and what I'm learning – is that I'm doing the best I can." 

And in February, she said on the Ellen DeGeneres Show that she wasn't sure if she was done having babies.

"I don't know if I'm done," she said.

"I'm in that place of like, right now, Rani is at that age where you're like, 'I want another baby'.

"But once she gets like four or five, you're like, "I feel like my life is kinda back a little bit (and) they're kinda in a groove. It's weird… it's like a window."

Hudson also recently appeared on the cover of People's annual 'Beautiful' issue, alongside Rani Rose and her famous mum Goldie Hawn, who has been a big influence in her life and has definitely passed on the importance of loving one another.

At the time, Hawn said: "Family and extended family are the treasures we hold so dear to our hearts. The love we share is fortifying especially in these difficult times. There is comfort knowing we are there to support and comfort each other. May we all find beauty in our hearts."