Kate Hudson, Sons, Instagram


Kate Hudson is feeling the love!

The Something Borrowed star celebrated her 36th birthday Sunday with the two most important men in her life: sons Ryder Robinson, 11, and Bing Bellamy, 3! The actress shared a picture with her boys in bed via Instagram, writing, "Best birthday present ever! #MorningCuddle." In less than 24 hours, the picture was liked more than 75,000 times, and Hudson's friend, Molly Sims, commented using heart eye emojis.

That afternoon, Oscar winner Goldie Hawn tweeted a picture of a young Hudson holding a bouquet of flowers following a dance recital.

"Happy Birthday to my only KATIE GIRL!!!" she wrote. "Proud Mama!"

Hawn has plenty reasons to be proud, of course.

In addition to her film and TV work, Hudson designs a sportswear line, Fabletics, which debuted in 2013. She is also the co-owner of Hudson Bellamy Wines, as vino is a family passion. "My parents were always, well, wine enthusiasts, and they took us on wine trips," the actress told Wine Enthusiast earlier this year.

"Kurt Russell, my stepdad, started making wine a few years back up in the Santa Rita Hills, and he kept telling me and [Matt Bellamy] that we had to get up and blend with them and do a harvest. We ended slogging up there, and that was it. It was too much fun. It was something we enjoyed doing together, just a wonderful pastime and incredible creative experience."

Kate Hudson, Baby Photo, Twitter


Though Hudson is no longer engaged to the Muse rocker, the actress told the magazine, "We're family for the rest of our lives, we have a beautiful baby and we love making wine. We'll continue doing it."

Hudson's father owns a popular wine tasting room in Los Alamos, Calif. "I love our Wine Saloon. It suits our family. My aunt actually works there. It's a really great family environment," the Bride Wars actress said. "Everybody knows everybody, and everybody supports everybody. It's a funny little town right off the freeway, but there is something incredibly romantic about it."

The birthday girl hopes her family's side business continues for decades to come. "Winemaking is not something you do to make real money. It's something you do because you are passionate about it," Hudson said. "When you are around people who are even more passionate about it, it rubs off on you."

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