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Kate Hudson and Toddler Daughter Rani Rose Take On New York City in Furry Coats

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Kate Hudson and her daughter are fitting in with the fashion set in New York City.

The Something Borrowed actress recently shared a few pictures of her and three-year-old Rani Rose Hudson Fujikawa walking hand in hand down the sidewalk. In the photos, Hudson kept warm in a faux-fur belted wrap coat from Proenza Schouler. She paired the burnt-orange outerwear with a black-and-orange patterned skirt, a black turtleneck, black leggings, black boots with contrast-white stitching, and a pair of wide-frame sunglasses.

Meanwhile, Rani Rose looked adorable while showing off her own blossoming style. The toddler wore a fuzzy padded cream coat that hit at her knees, gray leggings, and black boots. Her accessories included a baby-pink beanie and a pair of pink heart-shaped sunglasses.

"We miss our boys but mommy and lady having fun in the big city," Hudson captioned the photos. "In other news: Rani Rose will not take these glasses off! #itsawholething 💓💓"

Hudson welcomed the birth of Rani Rose in 2018 with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, marking their first child together. Hudson also has two other kids: 18-year-old son Ryder Robinson, with ex-husband Chris Robinson, and 10-year-old son Bingham Hawn Bellamy with ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy of Muse.

“Seeing the boys with her … I feel like I tear up every day,” she said on a 2019 appearance of Good Morning America, referring to Rani Rose hanging out with her big brothers, per People. “To see [Ryder] with his sister and to be a real helper and for me to be able to walk away and go, ‘Hey, honey, can you just take the baby?’ And I turn around and I’m like, ‘Oh, my gosh.’”

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