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Goldie Hawn: The shoes have it

Published 27/06/2015

Goldie Hawn
Goldie Hawn

Goldie Hawn sees ageing as a fact of life.

The 69-year-old star looks just as good now as she did when she first stepped into the spotlight in the 60s and still has her trademark blonde locks.

Fashion plays a big part in her life, with Goldie favouring designers such as Donna Karan, and it seems her love of footwear has rubbed off on her granddaughter Rio, whose father is Goldie's son Oliver.

"I bought her a pair of shoes not long ago. When she woke up from her nap, she saw them and decided that she wanted to put them on immediately and take all her clothes off," Goldie laughed to Porter magazine. "The shoes were all she wanted. She's 20 months old. Do we need to ask if women love shoes? I know I would have less clothes and more shoes."

Goldie is also a mother to actor-and-sportsman Wyatt Russell and film star Kate Hudson.

With her ability to look youthful despite ageing, it's no wonder Goldie feels comfortable in her skin as she gears up to celebrate her 70th birthday in November.

Though it isn't spirituality which has helped her age with ease.

"Getting older is a fact of life," she reasoned. "By living mindfully you understand that there are many transitions in life. You just go through them. But it's wonderful to know you're ageing, because that means you're still on the planet, right? It's all about how you make it. It's all in your mind."

Although she hasn't had any acting roles in a while, Goldie keeps herself busy. She's often spotted on the red carpet with her famous daughter looking fabulous in on-trend outfits. Earlier this month she dazzled in a black and white mini dress on the red carpet of the Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Awards in London, UK.

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