Kate Hudson Joins WW (Weight Watchers) as Brand Ambassador | WW USA

For Kate Hudson, Family Is Everything

“My ‘Why’—my reason for joining WW—is to live the longest I possibly can for my kids.”

WW is for every body—including award-winning actress, designer, and author Kate Hudson, who had her third child in October 2018. This is what inspired her to join WW.

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Kate’s “Why”

“I’ve got a baby who’s a couple of months old, a full-on teenager, and a seven-year-old. I think everything I do—from what I put in my body to the goals I set for myself—will reflect on them.”

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How She Does It

Finding balance

“I love cocktails, french fries, and ice cream. Now it’s all about balance: figuring out how to create the fun and still live a healthy lifestyle.”

Staying active

“Other than running around with my kids, I dance to stay active and healthy. It makes me feel good, lifts my spirits, and makes me feel more grounded.”

Being grateful

“Breathing, meditating, and reminding myself of the things I’m grateful for help. I look at my kids, and I’m like, ‘You know what? None of it matters.’ At the end of the day, all I want is their happiness.”

Finding balance

“I love cocktails, french fries, and ice cream. Now it’s all about balance: figuring out how to create the fun and still live a healthy lifestyle.”

Staying active

“Other than running around with my kids, I dance to stay active and healthy. It makes me feel good, lifts my spirits, and makes me feel more grounded.”

Being grateful

“Breathing, meditating, and reminding myself of the things I’m grateful for help. I look at my kids, and I’m like, ‘You know what? None of it matters.’ At the end of the day, all I want is their happiness.”