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Kate Hudson Shares Leggy Photo From Venice Film Festival

“Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.”

Kate Hudson loves wellness so much, she got into it. "I've been asked to do a lot of beauty [in my career], whether it be makeup or skincare, and I love all of it, but I'm a big believer in beauty being an inside-out experience," she told Elle about INBLOOM, her line of plant-based supplements. "And so I thought, what better way than to start with a system that I could create, that could support health and nutrition and wellness." The results are clear: Hudson shared a photo today from Venice, where she was promoting her film Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon at the Venice Film Festival, looking amazing in a leggy dress. "Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off." -Coco Chanel I chose fabric…. @monotofficial @elimizrahi  #veniceitaly," she captioned it. Read on to see 5 ways Kate Hudson stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!


She Knows When to Rest

Hudson once posted a photo of herself flat on a workout mat, her daughter next to her. "Those who recover together… maybe you can finish the sentence. I grew up witnessing my parents take care of their bodies. People always ask me how I get motivated to stay in shape. The answer is, it's what I know. It's how I was raised. It's engrained [sic] in my brain that honoring and working our body is a gift, and so I don't take it for granted," she captioned the workout Instagram post. "I loooove moving. I love when it's challenging. I love being in charge of my results. And I looooove seeing my daughter have fun doing it with me. They watch everything we do! Gotta make some good moves for kids."


She Does Planks

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Says the mom: "She's starting to wake up! Carried three babies who did a number on these hips and shoulders," Hudson wrote in an Instagram caption. "Ladies! We carry our beautiful children ALL DAY LONG (literally AND figuratively) and forget to balance it out. Time to balance that … OUT!" "Yeah, Kate! Own this. So slow to the diamond," said her trainer Brian Nguyen.


She Uses Skincare Products

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"As your skin ages, I think it can handle more moisture and more product. When I was much younger, in my 20s, I had quite sensitive skin and did better using fewer products. Now that I'm older, my skin is still sensitive, but I can use heavier creams and other products without breaking out," she told Byrdie.


She Tries to Work Out Daily

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"I always try to find at least a half-hour to work out. In fact, today I didn't work out and it's getting late. And I'll still find time to work out," she said. "When you're designing your personal fitness program, consider your fitness goals. Think about your fitness likes and dislikes, and note your personal barriers to fitness. Then consider practical strategies for keeping your fitness program on track," says the Mayo Clinic. "Starting a fitness program is an important decision, but it doesn't have to be an overwhelming one. By planning carefully and pacing yourself, you can make fitness a healthy habit that lasts a lifetime."


This is Her Go-To Snack

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"Anytime I'm like, 'Oh, I'm kind of not fitting into my jeans,' it's usually because I've been on a big chips and salsa kick," she explained. "And Simple Mills makes an amazing cheddar almond flour cheddar. It's like a Cheez-It, but healthy. That's big in our house."

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