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Kate Hudson Shares a Cute Pic of Daughter Rani Rose Ahead of Her 5-Month Milestone

Get ready for your daily dose of cute, because Kate Hudson’s latest snapshot of daughter Rani Rose could be the most precious thing you see all day (or week, even). Taking to Instagram just five days before Rani turns 5 months old, Hudson shared a photo of the smiling baby next to a note card with calligraphy reading, “Four months.” The proud mama kept the caption short and sweet, writing, “Before she turns 5 months,” adding a rose emoji in a nod to her little girl’s middle name.

In the photo, Rani smiles for the camera (side note: We can’t handle the cute!) as she lies in what appears to be her crib or on a bed. True to her floral middle name, she’s dressed in a onesie with a cheerful red poppy print and contrasting aqua trim. Per People, Hudson’s friend Sara Foster recently described Rani as “so cute” and “the light of their family” and we totally agree. As far as how Hudson fares as a mom of three these days, Foster said, “Kate is the most hands-on mom and I don’t know how she does it all. She really does it all. Whoever says women can’t do it all, she does it all.”

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Before she turns 5 months… 🌹

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A true multi-hyphenate mom, Hudson juggles her acting career with her thriving Fabletics athleisure-wear company and more. In addition to sons Ryder Robinson, 15 (with ex-husband Chris Robinson), and Bingham Bellamy, 7 (with ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy), Hudson welcomed Rani into the family fold on Oct. 3, 2018, with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa.

But as busy as her household undoubtedly is, Hudson relishes the chaos. In fact, she wouldn’t mind a little more of it! During a January appearance on Today, Hudson admitted, “I always thought I’d have four to six kids.” Those feelings, she explained, have only gotten stronger since meeting Fujikawa. “That was, like, when I was really little, I thought that. When you come from a big family… you either don’t want kids or you want a lot of kids. So I always thought I’d have [more kids].”

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