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Kate Hudson fitness book details confirmed

Published 11/11/2015

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson's new lifestyle tome will be released in February (16).

Actress Kate Hudson is to offer "inspiration and motivation" to women with her new lifestyle book.

Dey Street Books confirmed on Tuesday (10Nov15) that the Almost Famous actress will release Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body in February (16). Kate has previously hinted at what will be in the tome, but according to Access Hollywood, the publishers added that it will will offer "inspiration and motivation" for women on "fitness, nutrition and a mindful lifestyle."

The 36-year-old will follow in the footsteps of other Hollywood leading ladies to publish lifestyle guides, including Charlie's Angels actress Cameron Diaz, Glee star Lea Michele and Sin City beauty Jessica Alba but in a recent interview, Kate was keen to stress that it wasn't going to be a patronising read.

"Happiness is not something that just comes to you," she explained to Allure magazine as she discussed the book last month (Oct15). "It's an active process. (It’s about) throwing perfection out the window. Not an advice book. Well, sort of. But it's about finding what works for you. And I'll share the things that have worked for me."

Having gone through a relationship breakdown at the end of last year (14) when her engagement to Muse frontman Matt Bellamy was called off, Kate definitely doesn't have everything figured out when it comes to love, but she's a great mum - she and Bellamy share son Bingham, four, and Kate also has son Ryder from her marriage to musician Chris Robinson, and now she is doing the best she can to figure out a new normal for her family - something else that features in her book.

"Relationships ending are painful, and you can choose to carry that or you can choose to reframe it,” she said. “If Matt and I had a great relationship, we would still be together, but we chose to move on because we had different visions of how we wanted to live our lives. That doesn't mean, though, that we can't rebuild something that would be the best thing for the kids."

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