Kate Garry Hudson was born on April 19, 1979 in Los Angeles, California to Academy Award–winning actress Goldie Hawn and actor, musician and comedian Bill Hudson. She graduated from Crossroads in 1997 and applied to New York University, for which she was accepted but chose to pursue an acting career instead.
Her breakthrough came in 2000 as Penny Lane in Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous, for which she earned an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She has since appeared in such prominent features as How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Raising Helen, and The Skeleton Key, among others.
Has Kate Hudson had Plastic Surgery?
The actress was involved in a plastic surgery controversy when it was reported in 2010 that she had undergone a breast augmentation. An insider reportedly told US Weekly that a plastic surgeon had performed breast implants procedure on the actress.
People know Hudson for her flat bosom but the plastic surgery rumors made sense when the Almost Famous actress began showing up in red carpet events with fuller breasts, exposing a much attractive cleavage. Another source shared that one of Hudson’s biggest insecurities has always been her chest.
If the actress is working on eliminating her insecurities, then, it looks like her nose is also one of them, as she reportedly had a nose job, too. According to reports, Hudson’s nose has gone narrower and thinner, clear signs of a rhinoplasty.