When asked about her marriage to Chris Robinson, with whom she has a kid named Ryder, Kate Hudson elaborated, saying that the two of them decided to “go right into” their relationship. When Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson first met, she feared losing him after only ten days.
The mother of a 19-year-old boy named Ryder Robinson just opened up about her split from the musician ex-husband of her 7-year marriage. After meeting The Black Crowes musician, 56, in New York, Kate, then 43, recalls saying, “I’m going to marry you,” and the two eventually tied the ceremony in December 2000.
“She said on an edition of The World’s First Podcast from February 9: “I was 21 when we got married. I simply go into the deep end of whatever I do. Many assumed I was acting rashly, but in reality, I was just thinking, “You know what? I’m going to get right down to business.
When I make a decision, I don’t doubt it. I have developed romantic feelings for him. I won’t put on the guise of saying, “Oh, we should wait.” I wanted to marry him so badly and was so overcome with love that I immediately said yes.”
Has she taken a different tack in the nearly three decades since then? “I’m kind of still like that,” Kate told hosts Erin and Sara Foster. “with a little more wisdom under my belt.” Kate Hudson, who has two children, Bingham (11), with her ex-husband Matt Bellamy and Rani (four) with her fiance Danny Fujikawa, has no regrets about her time spent with Chris.
She said in the podcast that they “worshipped each other” and that they were “very in love” until they split up in 2006 and divorced the following year. She said, “He also taught me what it felt like to be unconditionally loved,” which was a major life lesson.
“Chris made it so that the floodgates opened for me. The most significant part of our relationship, no matter how tumultuous it became, was the time I first met him and he let me experience his feelings for the first time.”