Kate Hudson wants to go on holiday with her famous parents, mother Goldie Hawn and stepfather Kurt Russell, and is ''really looking forward'' to getting away for a much needed break after she finishes shooting new movie 'Something Borrowed'.
Kate Hudson is going to take her famous parents on holiday.
The 31-year-old actress - who is currently working on new movie 'Something Borrowed' in New York - hasn't had a vacation for ages and she can't wait to spend some quality time with her mother Goldie Hawn and stepfather Kurt Russell.
She said: "As soon as I finish this movie I am going to go see my mom and dad! I am going to find them, they are overseas somewhere.
"We are all going to have a family vacation, I am really looking forward to it, I haven't had one in a while."
Following in the footsteps of his showbiz family, it seems Kate's six-year-old son Ryder - whose father is Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson - craves the spotlight like his parents and grandparents.
The youngster has started wearing a bandage on his hand, not because he is injured but because he likes the attention.
Kate told 'Entertainment Tonight': "The bandage is an interesting subject because it's more of like a cool thing. He's not hurt. It's more like a prop for storytelling. He likes to make up really elaborate stories about how he hurt himself, which he didn't do.
"He loves it, I've got a performer on my hands, basically. I've got my hands full in the best way."