Kate Hudson Poses Topless While Drinking Coffee: See Photo

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Living freely! Kate Hudson enjoyed her relaxed morning as she sipped on cup of coffee — completely topless.

🌞’s out,” the How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days Star, 43, captioned an Instagram photo on Saturday, July 2, in which she was sitting on a bench in a pair black, high-waisted shorts. She was holding a coffee cup in one and her smartphone in another.

While several of Hudson’s famous friends praised her au naturel look, her older brother was less than enthused.

Kate Hudson Poses Topless While Enjoying Her Morning Coffee — And Brother Oliver Hudson Reacts

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“Nope,” Oliver HudsonSimply and succinctly responded via Instagram comment

The Almost Famous star — who got engaged to Danny Fujikawa in September 2021 after five years together — Oliver, 45, are the children of Goldie HawnExclude Bill Hudson. Despite a tight bond and even a joint “Sibling Revelry” podcast, Kate and the Rules of Engagement alum don’t always see eye-to-eye.

“We have different ideas,” Oliver exclusively told Us Weekly in March 2021 of how he and his sister’s parenting styles differ. “There’s a core for sure of just wanting our kids to be good human beings, be polite and understand that they’re very lucky people to be born into the sort of family we’re born into … but it’s sort of the way that we go about doing things. The freedoms we give our children are a reflection of what we do. We’re different in that way.”

Oliver and his wife Erinn BartlettShare Wilder, 14, Bodhi 12, Rio, 8, and while the Music Ryder, 18, Bingham (10), and Rani (3 with actress) Chris Robinson, Matt Bellamy, and Fujikawa at 36, respectively.

While Oliver wasn’t a fan of his younger sister’s Saturday social media upload, the Fabletics founder has been an outspoken advocate of staying confident in her own skin through the years.

“When you understand yourself and connect to how you can become body smart, you realize pretty quickly that the perfect, the ideal, is not the goal,” she wrote in her 2016 memoir, Pretty happy. “Instead, [it is]Feeling good about your body. That’s what leads to confidence, to feeling and looking fit, and being pretty happy.”

She added: “I didn’t just wake up one day understanding how to take care of myself, I had to learn how to do so over time, and I continue to learn — each and every day. It is a process and my body is always changing. So is yours. When I realized that I would always be like this, it was easy to relax. Our bodies do not stand still for time.”

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