Kate Hudson isn't worried about getting older.

The 34-year-old actress, who has two sons, Ryder, nine, and Bingham, two, doesn't think her age will ever affect her career because she has no plans to retire from Hollywood, even if she is only offered roles in smaller films.

The blonde beauty told the November issue of Shape magazine: ''Not at all. In fact, I'm finding that the parts are more interesting as I get older, which is great because I'm planning to do it for the rest of my life.''

The 'Something Borrowed' star, whose mother is Goldie Hawn, credits her mother's long-term partner Kurt Russell for helping her to realise there is more to acting than being a celebrity.

She said: ''I remember Kurt [Russell] asking me when I was younger, 'Why are you choosing to act? Because if you're doing it for stardom, it's a very small window. If you're choosing it because you love it, you're in the right profession.' And that's true of any career, actually.''

Work aside, Kate, who is engaged to Muse frontman Matthew Bellamy, claims her perfect day would still include lots of exercise and revealed she has been taking dance classes with Derek Hough from 'Dancing With the Stars'.

She added: ''I'd sleep in for an extra three hours and hope my kids let me. Next, I'd work out and take a sauna. Then I'd probably want to get in the pool with the kids. After that I'd read, followed by watching 'Downton Abbey' while eating a big bag of Pirate's Booty. That would be my perfect day.''