Kate Hudson thinks that one’s work ethic is more important than their parents’ backgrounds.
The Glass Onion actress was questioned by The Independent on the conversation surrounding nepotism and a recent New York Magazine cover story examining the matter that featured her.
The 43-year-old Hudson claimed that her family has a history of writing and that she has observed nepotism in a variety of fields outside of Hollywood.
“I mean, I don’t really care about the nepotism issue. We are a family of storytellers, as I can see when I look at my children. Without a doubt, it runs in our family “She spoke with the publication. “People can call it whatever they want, but it won’t change it,”
The co-founder of Fabletics went on, “In fact, I believe it is [more prevalent] in other industries. perhaps modelling More frequently than in Hollywood, I observe it in business. I’ve occasionally thought, “Wait, whose child is this?” during business meetings. Like, this person has no knowledge!”
“I don’t care where you come from or what your link to the industry is – if you work hard and you kill it, it doesn’t matter,” she continued.
Hudson, who started acting in the mid-1990s and received an Oscar nod for the 2000 film Almost Famous, is the daughter of Oscar winner Goldie Hawn and actor/musician Bill Hudson; however, she is separated from her father and was raised by Hawn’s longterm partner, actor Kurt Russell. Both Wyatt Russell (Falcon and the Winter Soldier), the son of Hawn and Kurt, and her brother Oliver Hudson (Scream Queens, The Cleaning Lady), are actors.
Hudson has three children with three musicians: daughter Rani Rose, 4, with fiance Danny Fujikawa; son Bingham “Bing,” 11, with ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy; and son Ryder, 19, next month, with ex-husband Chris Robinson.
Hawn, 77, joined Hudson at the Glass Onion premiere in Los Angeles last month. At the time, Hudson told PEOPLE that she is grateful to her parents for giving her a natural “bull—— detector.”
That is what happens when you have two movie stars for parents, she remarked. “You can see everything because your bulls—- detector is up here. I believe that works extremely well when you’re doing a murder mystery. When you’re young, you’re like, “That person’s full of s—-, that person’s full of s—-.””