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Kate Hudson debuts new side fringe

Published 14/11/2016

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

David Babaii cut in a new fringe for Kate Hudson on Saturday (12Nov16).

Kate Hudson showed off her new bangs over the weekend.

The blonde actress has always kept her locks relatively similar over the years, favouring a middle parting and boho waves most of the time.

However Kate and her hairstylist David Babaii decided to mix it up over the weekend (12-13Nov16), which resulted in a last minute decision to have a side fringe cut in.

“Tonight @katehudson #shesgoingoutwithabang(s) #newcut #bangs,” David captioned a hair shot on Instagram.

“Last night this happened @katehudson giving us 70s boho chic and yep like we always do, last min she's like let's cut bangs. Haha. Never a dull moment #katehudson #teamkate #newhaircut #bangs #70s.”

Kate showed off her new do at The Fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday, where she was joined by Kelly Rowland, Jessica Alba and Jennifer Garner, who received the Baby2Baby Giving Tree Award for her ongoing dedication to children in need around the world. Rachel Bilson, Christina Aguilera and Kristen Bell were also at the celebrity mum event.

David and Kate also joined forces for the 37-year-old star’s latest commercial for her fitness brand Fabletics. Comedy writer Erin Foster and actresses Joie Shettler and Sara Foster co-star in the new ad.

“Best day at work with these beauties @katehudson @sarafoster @erinfoster @birzy27 new commercial for @fabletics #fableticsfriday #sexy #katehudson #girlpower #boss,” David gushed.

Kate uploaded her own on set shot, writing: “#FableticsFriday Shooting this commercial was a blast. Love you girls!!! @sarafoster @erinfoster @birzy27.”

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