Kate Hudson still ‘cries’ with son Ryder in college: it’s ‘hard’

Kate Hudson admitted that a month after he left, she was still “crying” over her son Ryder entering college.

“It’s hard to even talk about it,” the actress, 43, told Access Hollywood on Wednesday about her 18-year-old’s milestone.

“I’ll have a moment where I just start crying because something will just get to me that he’s not there. But he’s having a great time.”

Kate Hudson spoke candidly about “crying” over her son Ryder entering college.

The “Nearly Famous” star continued: “He’s in town. He’s ready. That makes me so excited. I’m so excited for his future.”

Despite her emotions, Hudson gushed, “When you see your kids thriving and feeling good about themselves, that’s all I can ask for.”

Ryder graduated from high school in June and Hudson attended the ceremony with her ex-husband, Chris Robinson.

Kate Hudson and son Ryder
“It’s hard to even talk about it,” the actress admitted in a new interview.
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“Today was a big day for our family,” she wrote in a tribute on Instagram at the time. “[It was] a day you talk about [sic] when your kids are little and say things like, “Hey, one day it’ll be 2022 and you’ll be graduating from high school!” … And here we are!”

Hudson called her oldest child an “incredible young man,” and went on to write, “You bring so much into everyone’s life. You are kind, loving, generous, patient, hilarious and unique.”

The graduate was all smiles in a green cap and dress in the photos. He posed with younger siblings Bingham, 11, and Rani, 3, who Hudson shares with ex-fiancé Matt Bellamy and fiancé Danny Fujikawa, respectively.

Ryder’s high school career came to an end five months after Hudson celebrated his 18th birthday by joking that his “life and responsibility” were out of her hands.

The co-creator of Fabletics has yet to reveal where her son, who began dating Leslie Mann’s daughter Iris in 2021, will attend college.

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