Kate Hudson and I share one thing in common, and that is a passionate love for the warm summer months. The actor is celebrating the start of summer 2023 with a series of topless bikini pics on Instagram (which is where our resemblance ends).
Hudson uploaded a carousel of snapshots to her IG on May 30, some of which show her in a thong bikini bottom and no top, taken outside a home pool.
In one, she’s hiding her breasts behind a book, and another shows Hudson from behind. The Almost Famous actor added a cheeky caption to her cheeky post, writing, “Suns out, buns (and huns) out,” along with a smiley face and sun emoji and the hashtag #summerready.
Now, while I fully support everyone getting as naked as Instagram’s censors will allow on the platform, it looks like Hudson’s brother, at least, was taken off guard. In the comments, Oliver Hudson wrote, “Jesus no Kate!” In response to this, Kate wrote, “Summers just begun Oliver… it’s gonna get wild. You should unfollow,” with a crying laughing emoji.
You’d think Oliver would be used to his sister being publicly hot by now, but it looks like the commentary may all be part of the same running gag. The sibs had a very similar interaction in July of 2022. Responding to a topless IG photo Kate posted, Oliver commented, “Nope.” Not to mention the fact that Oliver actually tagged his sister in a nude pic of his own on IG back in February, per Us Weekly.
As a matter of fact, in interviews, both Oliver and Kate Hudson have talked about growing up in a family that was always very comfortable with nakedness. “It comes from growing up in a very open family, honestly. Nudity has never been taboo. We were all born naked, and it’s the way it is,” Oliver said in a 2021 interview with People.
“Even now with my kids, we’re just naked people. That’s just the way it is. I’m definitely comfortable with it.” And Kate Hudson has made similar comments. In 2016, she told Conan O’Brien, per E! News, “My family’s always been a [very] comfortably naked family. I’d much prefer being naked than clothed. I just find clothes restricting. When I get home, I just want to be naked.”
This story was originally published by GLAMOUR (US).