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20 Quotes That Will Make You Adore Kate Hudson Even More

Unlike so many celebrities, actress Kate Hudson can be refreshingly honest and has a habit of telling it like it is. Kate's straightforward quotes on life, work, growing up in a famous family and more, are one of many reasons she's a fan favorite.

About Romantic Comedies

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Considering she's pretty much built her career on romantic comedies it's ironic that she's not really into them, saying: "I'm not a big fan of romantic comedies, believe it or not... Well, I don't run out to see them."

About Being Compared to Her Mother

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Kate doesn't resent the frequent caparisons to her mom, Goldie Hawn. She was quoted by Blogher saying: "I have zero problems when people say, 'God, you look like your mother.' I go, 'Well, great! Thanks!'"

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About Eating During Pregnancy

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She stood up for herself, while discussing pregnancy weight, saying: "I gained 60 pounds, and I'm proud of it. Why do I need to watch my weight when I'm pregnant? I could eat whatever the hell I want to eat."

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About Expensive Gowns

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Many actresses would hesitate to admit they don't own all their high end gowns, but not Kate: "People think we own all these dresses," she told Bazaar, "but we borrow them! I can't afford to buy that stuff."

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About Making It on Her Own

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Although Kate Hudson was born into Hollywood royalty, she set out to make it on her own, saying: "I auditioned on my own. I tried to make a mark for myself without anybody's help, not even Mom's."

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About Hollywood Competition

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The film industry is notoriously competitive, but Kate says games are the only things that bring out her sense of competition, telling Phase 9 Entertainment: "The only things I'm competitive in are backgammon and poker."

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About Wanting a Different Life

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When she was married to Chris Robinson, Kate craved the simple life, explaining: "Everyday, I tell my husband, 'Maybe we should cash in. I'll make handmade lotion and you can write music and sell it on the internet".

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About Work/Life Balance

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"Some days I feel like I should win best mom of the day award, and some days I find myself doing strange things that don't have any real purpose, in faraway corners in my house, and I realize I am literally and deliberately hiding from my children," Kate Hudson wrote in an essay for InStyle titled "Sometimes I Feel Like a Bad Mom." She told the magazine that while she's close to her two sons, she's pained when work obligations take her away from them.

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About Not Being Spoiled

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She wasn't as pampered as you might think. "My mom wasn't a big shopper for us," she says. "I think they wanted to instill that in us even though we grew up in a really privileged and lucky lifestyle."

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About Happiness

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Kate's book Pretty Happy isn't a typical celebrity self-help book. In an interview for Allure, she explained, "Happiness is not something that just comes to you, it's an active process. (It's about) throwing perfection out the window."

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About Doing You

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Talking to PopSugar about her book, she pointed out that you don't have to be an extrovert to have a good time, saying: "Just let the person who wants to sit in the corner and be happy sit in the corner and be happy!"

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About Relationships

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On relationships ending, she says: "The bigger you love, the more vulnerable you are, the scarier it is if it's lost," adding "I've found that attachment is the root of a lot of uncomfortable moments in your life."

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About What Animal She Would Be

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When Harper's Bazaar pulled out the old "If you could be any animal" question, she had an interesting response: "I'd be a snow bunny," explaining "I had a weird encounter with one last winter in Aspen. I think it was a sign."

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About Her Instagram

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While many celebs outsource their social media, Kate gets a kick out of doing her own. When asked who manages her Instagram, she replied: "I would never let anyone manage my Instagram! I enjoy it."

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About Watching Her Parents "Do It" On-Screen

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A potentially embarrassing part of growing up with celebrity parents is seeing them do sex scenes, but when asked if it bothered her, Kate told the Telegraph: "Not me. I always thought my mother was so damn cute!"

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About Healing from Relationships

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Kate Hudson has an intriguing way of saying she wants to take a break from relationships, saying: "It's good to take a second to make my life about getting myself centered, clearing the energy, no overlapping,"

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About Painful Moments

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Kate is now able to laugh about the challenges she and brother Oliver faced after their father allegedly abandoned them, telling Dirty Sexy Funny: "Life is funny. I just feel so lucky. I actually feel like it was a blessing,"

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About Her Children's Homework

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Helping kids with homework is an unpleasant chore for most parents, including Kate, who's refreshingly honest on the subject, telling InStyle: "I'm gonna say it: I'd prefer to watch The Bachelor rather than do fractions and divisions."

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About Her Kids

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In another of Kate's candid remarks on parenting, she describes her feeling toward her kids, saying: "They're a pain in my ass and they're the best pain in my ass ever. I just love every bit of it."

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About Being Upbeat

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She has a reputation for being an upbeat extrovert but surprisingly she says: "When I was younger I felt I had to apologize for being so happy, for not seeing things in a negative way."

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