Kate Hudson’s 15-year old son hasn’t afraid to call out his mom online when she posted a photo of him and apparently didn’t ask for permission.
Last weekend, the actress shared a video of herself, her three kids, and her partner Danny Fujikawa. Kate shares her eldest son, 15-year old Ryder, with her ex-husband Chris Robinson, whom she was married to from 2000 to 2006. She also has 8-year son old Bing with her ex-fiancée Matt Bellamy. Kate’s youngest child is daughter Rani Rose, 11 months, whom she shares with her boyfriend Danny.
The adorable video showed the family wishing Kate’s brother Oliver Hudson a Happy 43rd birthday. The kids all gather around the video so they can sing the traditional birthday song for ‘Uncle Ollie.’ Kate added an equally touching caption to the video, which she shared with her followers on Instagram.
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To a man who deserves a huge hip hip hooray for the day he was born! @theoliverhudson you are a special human and we are so grateful for your commitment to being the best human you could possibly be and that we get the benefits of your awesomeness, love and laughter. Love you bro! #HappyBirthday 🎂
“To a man who deserves a huge hip hip hooray for the day he was born! @theoliverhudson you are a special human and we are so grateful for your commitment to being the best human you could possibly be and that we get the benefits of your awesomeness, love and laughter. Love you bro!” the 40-year old wrote.
Many of Kate’s followers left their well wishes in the comments… but the same couldn’t be said for her son Ryder. He commented that his mom forgot to ask his permission before posting a video of him. “Mom you didn’t ask me if you could post this,” he wrote while adding a laughing emoji, making it clear it was all in good fun. Kate ended up replying with an emoji of her own.
This incident is of course reminiscent of the time actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter called her out for posting an image without her consent. The difference, though, is Apple seriously seemed to be offended by her mom’s actions. The picture in question fetured the mom-and-daughter dudo during a skiing trip.
“Mom we have discussed this. You may not post anything without my consent,” Apple wrote in the comments. “You can’t even see your face!” Gwyneth replied to her daughter. The incident sparked an online debate about whether parents should ask for their kids’ consent before posting anything online that involves them.
What do you think, Baby Gaga readers? Should these celebrity moms have asked their kids before posting about them? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!