Kate Hudson’s Sweet Tribute to Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn Will Make You Smile
Of all of Hollywood’s longstanding couples (we’re looking at you, Faith HIll and Tim McGraw), Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn seem to have them all beat. Though they never married, the couple has been together since 1983. Russell stepped up to be a father figure for Hawn’s children, Kate and Oliver Hudson, and in 1986, they had their own son, Wyatt.
34 years later, they’re still going strong. Kate Hudson paid homage to their union yesterday with what just may be the best Throwback Thursday pic of all time.
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My #tbt is these two love 🐦's! Mama Goldie and Pa killing it 80's style. I forgot to post a note on my parents 34th Anniversary so I figure why not now. A belated happy one my dear parents. Love you madly, deeply, profoundly ❤#HairGoals #Love @officialgoldiehawn
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“My #tbt is these two loves,” the Almost Famous actress wrote. “Mama Goldie and Pa killing it ‘80s style. I forgot to post a note on my parents 34th anniversary, so I figure why not now. A belated, happy one my dear parents. Love you madly, deeply, profoundly. #HairGoals.”
The couple’s actual anniversary is on Valentine’s Day… sorta. As Russell told Chelsea Handler during an interview for Chelsea Lately, “The first time we went to lunch together was on Valentine’s Day.”
Hawn gave us all some insight into what enables them to work so well together back in 2015 in an interview with Us Weekly, saying, “A lasting relationship isn’t about marriage. It’s about compatibility and communication. And you both need to want it to work.”
Looks like these two clearly did. Congrats, guys!
Are Goldie and Kurt your #RelationshipGoals? Tell us over @BritandCo.
(h/t ET, photos via Jamie McCarthy, Frederick M. Brown, + Jason Merritt/Getty)
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