Kate Hudson clarifies the comments she made in a recent interview on using a non-gender approach when it comes to raising her daughter Rani Rose.
The 39-year-old actress, who met her first child in October with her boyfriend, Dani Fujikva, made recent headlines recently when she was discussing her way of parenting with the three-month Rani. Hudson is also the mother of the sons of Ryder, 15, and Bingham, 7, of previous relationships.
When asked if she is doing something different when it comes to a parent girl compared to the boys, Hudson explained to the department that: "I think you just raise your children individually, however – like aimless [approach]… We still do not know what to identify.
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Hudson paid much attention to her comments, and a little over a week later she went to Instagram to clarify her remarks, saying she had no "new age method for raising my children, and I really hate disappointing people, but I do not want "T."
"Dear all my friends, fans and others who read this," Hudson said in the social media. "Someone recently asked me something like that if you got a girl you did, it was different from the guys." It was a simple answer, not really.
"The whole tactic of a lure by pushing a button to say that I raise my daughter to be" sexless "is stupid and frank, it does not even make sense," she writes in the publication she calls "Monday Thinks."
The actress, "How to Lose a Boy in 10 Days," continued: "I raise and continue to raise my children, my boys and girls feel free to be exactly who they want to be," the post continued. "I say that a" gender-free approach "is a way of re-focusing the conversation in a direction that might exist outside the female stereotype."
She concluded, "I'm just trying to teach my children to be good people with the best tools to deal with this big, crazy world."
In the interview with AOL, Hudson said her daughter "is incredibly feminine in her energy, sounds and way."
"It's very different from the guys and it's really fun to want to buy baby clothes," the actress added.
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In October, the "Nearly Famous" star went to Instagram to announce the happy news.
"She's here," said Hudson, who explained the meaning of her name.
"We decided to name her daughter Rani (called Ronnie) to her grandfather, Ron Fujikiwa. Ron was the most special person we all missed. To call her after him is honor, "Hudson said.
"Everyone is doing well and happy as they can be, and our family thanks you for all the love and blessings that have been sent on our way, and we are sending our rights."