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Kate Hudson admits her kids get on her nerves sometimes – but she still loves them fiercely.

Appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Kate reveals that her sons, Ryder, 12 and Bingham, four, sometimes get on her nerves but she still loves them dearly.

‘Let’s start with the fact that I, literally five seconds ago, was on FaceTime with his teacher, going like, ‘He did what? He did … ?’ He’s a great kid, I love him so much.

‘They’re your kids and you love them and then you can’t stand them sometimes – it’s just the truth.’

She recalled a particularly bizarre incident when a play-fight between the two kids ended up with them both throwing up.

‘Then it turns into kicking, and then they’re hitting each other, and I’m like, ‘Guys, you gotta stop,’ and then for some reason Ryder did something to Bing and, next thing you know, Bing started to cry. Ryder’s like, ‘He’s the one who’s crying, he’s the one who hit me,’ and then next thing you know – Bing is not sick, he’s not ill – he just throws up.

‘He threw up everywhere and he thought it was hilarious! Then they both started. He threw up because it was so gross! These are the moments that test you as a parent. I was like, ‘G-g-get out of my room.”

Watch for yourself.

HILARIOUS! Kids are the bomb.

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  • it’s nice to see even celebrities have the same issues as all people,such a funny story love kate hudson

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  • Haha, motherhood. I love Kate and have ever since How to Lose A Guy In Ten Days.

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  • great interview. She appears so normal which is good to see.

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  • Aw gross ! Get out of my room…best comment ! hope they listened, lol

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  • Kate is so gorgeous and down to earth..love her. :)

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  • Even the rich and famous have parenting trouble (well realise parenting isn’t easy and takes a lot of worl and patience)

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  • I know kids fight but I don’t think I would like my 12 year old hitting my 4 year old even if they were playing.

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  • oh lol! the joys of children! i have to admit that i can handle anything but i can’t deal with the vomit! i will if i have to lol.

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  • We are all just human after all. There are good days and there are bad days and there are some days you just sit and think “why?…why did I do this to myself?’ and then later that night when you look in on then asleep you get your answer :)

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  • Oh dear… it is always lovely to see even the celebs deal with these type of situations.

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  • Throwing up – oh my goodness!

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  • Throwing up for the fun of it isn’t funny. Boys are so gross! Hopefully they grow out of that soon!

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  • I wouldn’t be so flippant if my kids were fighting to the point that they were throwing up, or if I was on FaceTime with my child’s teacher.

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  • I don’t find that funny … But I do know what she means!

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  • Haha what a calm cool collected response… ‘get out of my room’ so matter of fact.


    • Yuck, the last thing you need is kids throwing up on carpet and that’s probably what happened. At least most flooring surfaces can be washed with disinfectant. I wonder how they induced the vomitting. Mind you if the fighting meant contact with their stomachs that may have been the trigger for the first one. Kids can be little horrors at the most inconvenient times.

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