Kate Hudson Wants To Have More Kids With Boyfriend Danny Fujikawa: ‘He Needs His Own Boy’
Having more kids is, apparently, still on the agenda for Kate Hudson! In a new interview, the mother-of-three, 39, said that even though she just welcomed her first baby, daughter Rani Rose, with her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, this past October, she would still like to welcome have a few more children with Danny, 32, in the future.
“I always thought I’d have four to six kids,” Kate revealed during her Thursday, Jan. 10 Today show appearance. “That was like, when I was really little, I thought that. When you come from a big family… you either don’t want kids or you want a lot of kids. So I always thought I’d have [more kids].”
It wasn’t until Kate started dating Danny in 2017 that she started to entertain the idea of having more children. “At one point I was like, ‘Oh, maybe I’m done.’ And then I met Danny and was like, ‘Alright, I got to pump them out for him.'”
Kate said Danny has made her feel like the most beautiful woman in the world and, in return, she just wants to make him happy by possibly giving him a baby boy one day. “He needs a boy. He needs his own boy,” she said. With every child that Kate has welcomed, it has only made her become a better parent. “I’m definitely more responsible,” she shared before joking, “I’m not messing up Rani as much as I messed up Ryder.”
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Post Turkey Day my son comes into our bedroom, takes his sister in his arms and spent some solid early morning time loving her. I watched thinking… I’m Thankful for love. Unconditional love and that my children embody what it is when one feels loved. ❤️ Let’s all have an entire year where we stay grateful. Keep this party going 🙂 @mr.ryderrobinson #Rani🌹
Ryder Robinson, 15, is Kate’s oldest child that she had with ex-husband Chris Robinson. She later welcomed her second son, Bingham Bellamy, 7, with ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy. “My life is just different. I’m doing different things,” Kate said about being a mom to three kids. “Honestly, it’s like trial and error. The first one is the guinea pig.”