Russell and Hawn, who have never married, have been together since 1983 and can't get enough of their grandkids.
Editor's note: This article was originally published on November 1, 2022. It has since been updated.
The love between Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell is what fairytales are made of. The couple, who has never tied the knot, has been together since 1983. They don't need labels when it comes to their relationship or bonding with their big, blended family.
The pair have four kids together. There's Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson, from Goldie's previous marriage to Bill Hudson. There's Boston Russell, from Kurt's previous marriage to Season Hubley. The two welcomed their own son, Wyatt Russell, in July 1986. The duo loves being grandparents to seven kids. They include Kate Hudson's kids, Ryder Robinson, 19, Bingham Hawn Bellamy, 11, and Rani Rose Hudson Fujikawa, 4. There are also Oliver Hudson's kids, Bodhi Hawn Hudson, 13, Wilder Brooks Hudson, 15, Rio Hudson, 9; and lastly, Wyatt's son, Buddy Prine Russell, the most recent addition to the family, reports PEOPLE.
Hawn absolutely adores her grandchildren and the feeling is mutual. While Hawn is super fun and outgoing with her grandchildren, Russell is the more laid-back grandparent. “Anything goes at Goldie and Kurt’s home,” the source continued. “All the grandkids have a blast at GoGo’s and that’s made Kate and Goldie’s bond even tighter.”
Family is everything to Hawn who told Australian Women's Weekly, per Yahoo! News, "A good family is the answer to happiness. I look at our kids and grandchildren and there's nothing in the world that could make me as proud as I am of all of them. Being a grandmother is amazing, I love it. It brings incredible joy. Family is so important.”
The 77-year-old actress is also a strong advocate when it comes to mental health. During an emotional speech at CNN's Life Itself conference, Hawn made a heartfelt plea for parents to protect their children's mental health. "If one more child commits suicide… I can't take it. It's not possible in the United States of America," she shared, according to Hello Magazine. "We have every opportunity to change the way we educate our children… They're not automatons, they are humans, and they come in every day with stressors, with problems. We can't turn a blind eye anymore, at forty years old you can't just start meditating, you have to start when you're little, to know, 'This is my tool, and I am standing firm, and I have agency over my own belief system,' and it's okay that you think differently…It sounds like a pipedream, but I'm going to keep it, because a pipedream is just wanting to help children, that too was a pipedream."
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