Kate Hudson Discusses Her Marriage to Chris Robinson in a rare Interview…

In an exclusive conversation, Kate Hudson discusses her previous marriage for the first time. When the topic of her relationship with her ex-husband Chris Robinson was brought up during her conversation with her longtime friends Erin and Sara Foster for their podcast You’re Doing Fine… Just Keep Going, the Glass Onion actor, who is 43 years old, shared her thoughts.

She said that when she met Robinson when she was 20, she returned home from a vacation and announced, “I’m going to marry this man.”

Hudson said that despite the fact that her choice may have seemed unexpected to those on the outside, it is completely rational when viewed in light of her nature.

She justified it by saying, “I simply want to go right into the deep end of anything I do.”

“People believed it was a spur of the moment decision, but in reality I merely said to myself, “You know what? I’m going to get right down to business with this. I’m not going to second-guess myself about it. I have developed feelings for him.

I’m not going to act like, ‘Oh, we should wait.’ Because I am head over heels in love with him and I want to marry him, I didn’t give it much thought before making my decision. And to some extent, I am still the same way, just with a little bit more experience and maturity under my belt.”

She attributed learning “what it felt like to be absolutely loved” to Robinson, noting that despite the fact that their relationship ultimately became “complex,” she believed that it was “the most crucial time.”

She made a comment about how they “worshipped one other” and how they “were so in love.” The pair, who were married on New Year’s Eve in 2000 when Hudson was just 21 years old, are the parents of Ryder Robinson, who is now 19 years old. After that, in 2007, they got a divorce.

Hudson also has a son, Bingham Bellamy, who is 11 years old, and a daughter, Rani Rose Fujikawa, who is 4 years old, with her ex-boyfriend Matt Bellamy and her current fiancé, Danny Fujikawa.

She also said that her first encounter with Fujikawa took place at the time that she was carrying Ryder.

When Fujikawa finally asked her on a trek several years later, things didn’t start to heat up romantically until after that. At first, she didn’t believe her future husband had romantic feelings for her, but later on, when she learned he was “nervous,” she changed her mind.

She went on to add that “there was something about Danny that was coming from such an honest place that I could tell he simply wanted me to see him. Therefore, he was worried, and I responded by saying, “Ok, this is a date.”

And I just had to get my brain around it; but, by the time we reached the end of the trail, I was thinking, ‘He’s so awesome.’ He was just so kind, loving, and honest, and I remember thinking to myself, “I believe I’m ready for a person who like is that nice, who like like truly loves me, like, I think this might be good.”

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