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Kate Hudson: I'm not anti Botox

Published 16/06/2014

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson thinks people make too much of a fuss about Botox.

The 35-year-old actress recently spoke out in defence of butt implants, insisting women should feel free to change themselves if it made them happy. She is similarly open-minded when it comes to Botox, refusing to rule out the wrinkle-busting injections in the future.

"Why not? Right now, it's not something I feel I need but I think it's great that it's available," she told British magazine Hello!. "The other day, my girlfriend called me and said, 'I'm going to get a little Boty.' So I think there's nothing wrong with a little Boty call if you feel you want it."

Kate believes it's how people treat others which is really important, as well as how they look after themselves. This informs her view on fashion too, as she would never be able to feel happy in something if she wasn't content in the rest of her life.

The star's mother is actress Goldie Hawn, who always encouraged her to follow the beat of her own drum when it came to her style.

"I've loved [fashion] since I was a little girl. My mom says that when I was small, I would put together outfits that made her go, 'OK, I don't know what you are doing, I don't know what you are wearing, but I'll go with it,'" she laughed. "I've grown tamer since I've grown older and I've also come to realise that looking good has to come from the inside out because there's no outfit in the world that can make you feel confident if you aren't. But then, there's always that one that might put just a little more spring to your step."

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