Kate Hudson, 43, poses topless on Instagram while sipping her morning coffee: 'Sun's out'

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Kate Hudson shared a topless photo of herself sipping coffee to Instagram. (Photo: Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)
Kate Hudson shared a topless photo of herself sipping coffee to Instagram. (Photo: Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)

Kate Hudson is basking in a sunny morning, no shirt required.

The Truth Be Told star, 43, took to Instagram on Saturday to share a photo of herself sporting black underwear — and nothing else — while she sipped her morning coffee. Her long blond hair covered her chest. She captioned the photo, “[Sun’s] out.”

The mom of three received a heart-eyed emoji from Paris Hilton and a heart from Michelle Pfeiffer in her comments section, as well as plenty of other approving messages from her followers. One fan wrote, “If I looked like this, I would literally go anywhere and everywhere wearing this and only this.”

One person who didn’t love the look was Hudson’s brother Oliver, who is her co-host on the podcast Sibling Revelry. He joked in the comments section, “Nope.”

The Fabletics founder often uses social media to share behind-the-scenes moments of her life, which include her workouts, family time and vacations. In a November 2021 interview with Yahoo Life, Hudson opened up about what self care means to her — and often, it means just taking a few quiet moments for herself.

“For women, we need to tune in for ourselves,” she shared. “Self-care may be sitting at a wall for three minutes by ourselves. For women, especially — and I can only speak to women because I am a woman — we manage so much. We manage not only the practical side of things, but the emotional side of things, as well. It doesn’t mean there aren’t men who do the same things, but for women, it’s ingrained in us. We have to manage the emotional needs, often while also having careers and being the breadwinner. We have to be everything to everyone.”

The Almost Famous star noted that often, she has to "tune in" to what she needs because it's "different every time."

"I try to listen to myself, because I think every woman understands when they’ve had it and are at the end of their rope," she continued. "When that moment happens, it’s usually because we’re not doing things for ourselves. That happened to me last night, and I went to dinner with my friends. I had a crying toddler who was like, “Mommy don’t go,” and it was terrible and hard, but I had to do that. And you know what? It filled my soul. You just have to tune in what you need in the moment.”

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