Talk about grandma goals! Goldie Hawn proved she’s as fabulous as ever during a recent outing with her adorable little granddaughter.
In a video posted by Goldie’s daughter, actress Kate Hudson, the 75-year-old star is seen walking briskly along with Kate’s two-year-old daughter, Rani Rose, on her back, while singing the words, “509, 509”. And no, we don’t know what song that is!
“Strong GoGo with 30lbs (13.6 kg) of love on her back,” Kate captioned the Instagram post.
GoGo is what her grandkids call her, Goldie revealed recently. And Kurt Russell, her partner, is GoGi to the youngsters, she added.
Kate (41) shares Rani with American musician Danny Fujikawa (34), who she’s been dating for the past four years.
She also has two sons – Ryder (17) with muso Chris Robinson (54) and Bingham (9) with Muse frontman Matt Bellamy (42).
Kate recently said she’s found quarantine with her family to be somewhat challenging.
Speaking on the podcast Sunday Today with Willie Geist, she said, “I wanna be like, ‘Yeah, it's so great and we're figuring it out’, but the reality is that there are days that are great, and there are days that I have to remind myself to be grateful.
“I never thought in a million years that I’d spend a year in one place. And when you have so many kids, sometimes you have those moments where you're hiding in your bathroom going, ‘Please, please, get me out of here’.”
Kate has been spending a lot of time with Goldie, Kurt (69) and her actor brother, Oliver Hudson (44).
Goldie told InStyle last September that she’d been “quarantining in the mountains” with Kurt and her children.
“We have breakfast with the kids and sit around and talk. And then I go on a bike ride with Kate. As scary as this time is, I try to savour every moment because I get to be with my family. This is an experience that we will all remember and learn so much from.”
The bubbly star also credited her sense of humour for keeping her sane. “Happiness is an inside job. It’s all about how you choose to view life. In difficult times, we still have to find the joy.
“And laughing is so extraordinarily healthy for the mind and body. It changes our cells; it changes our breathing. People have asked me, ‘What makes you laugh the most?’ and I think a better question is, ‘What doesn’t make me laugh?’”
Sources: people.com, instyle.com