The actress gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at her family life in her latest Instagram post
Kate Hudson is celebrating generations of love!
"Lately… love is buzzing 💓," Hudson captioned the heartfelt post.
The post opened with a shot of The First Wives Club star, 78, snuggling up with 5-year-old Rani while out to lunch. In the photo, Hawn held her granddaughter's head as the pair smiled for the camera.
Hudson shares Rani with Fujikawa, 37, and is also mom to two other children: 20-year-old Ryder Russell Robinson (whom she shares with ex-husband Chris Robinson) and Bingham "Bing" Hawn Bellamy (whom she shares with ex Matt Bellamy).
Other photos in Hudson's Instagram upload include shots of Rani hanging with her dad, taking a nap with him on a sofa, and hilariously holding onto a glass while out at a fancy dinner.
Hudson also shared a selfie with her little girl, where they both can be seen making kissy faces for the camera, as well as a beautiful family shot in which she tagged her fiancé's brother, Michael Fujikawa.
Hudson isn't just enjoying fun dinners with her kids — she's also instilling valuable lessons in them. Last month, the actress spoke to PEOPLE about her new partnership with health and fitness tracker MyFitnessPal, and broke down the ways she teaches her kids about fitness.
As Hudson explained, a healthy lifestyle is "not taught, it's caught." She said Rani "comes to my workouts all the time, and it's so amazing."
"I don't force it on my kids. They want to be a part of it," she added. "They see me and my trainer [Brian Nguyen] working hard and cussing each other out and sweating."
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Despite being "really busy" these days, Hudson said her days wrap at 5 p.m., when she's "in that kitchen making something" for her crew at home.
"My kids' relationship to food is healthy because I get them in the kitchen," she noted. "I get them chopping with me, we talk about what herbs are. I think it's important to really get your kids involved in the things that you're doing."
The mother of three added: "There's no chef in my house."
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