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Tuesday 1 September 2015

Kate Hudson: I love easy clothes

Published 03/04/2013

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson prefers comfort over style, especially when she is expecting a baby.

The actress listed some of her favourite red carpet looks while being interviewed for Elle UK's latest magazine cover. The 33-year-old admitted she's struggled with some of the gowns she's sported in the past.

She appears inside the magazine wearing breathtaking couture designs by Balenciaga, Christian Dior, Miu Miu and Nina Ricci and also opened up about her love of the creations.

"I enjoyed the shoot very much I had a great time," Kate gushed in a behind-the-scenes video. "My favourite outfit is the Roland Mouret dress.

"The dress I wore to the last Golden Globes, I loved that dress, I had such a fun time in the dress. I loved all the dresses I wore while pregnant. Stella [McCartney] made me this dress I wore for the Met Ball and I just loved it. When you are pregnant you get to go comfortable, that's one of the great things about being pregnant."

The slender blonde also admitted she doesn't "believe in diets".

The actress- shared her struggle to shed her baby weight after giving birth to her first child, nine-year-old Ryder. The experience forced the beauty to learn about healthy eating the hard way.

"I am now [after Ryder's birth] a human calorie app," she confessed to the UK edition of ELLE."I've learnt about nutrition and how it works, and I eat incredibly well now… I don't believe in diets, I think the whole concept should be banned."

Kate also has 21-month-old son Bingham with her fiancé, Muse rocker Matt Bellamy.

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