Kate Hudson’s new bundle of joy is already four months old, and that means the mom’s breast milk is in high demand.
Hudson, who welcomed her baby girl in October with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, told Entertainment Tonight that pumping is nearly a non-stop effort.
During a benefit gala for The Women’s Cancer Research Fund, Hudson explained to the outlet:
“I just pump. That’s all I do. I pump, I come to nights like this every once in a while, and then I pump again.”
Hudson attended the event with her boyfriend. The two joked that going out to a bar after the gala would probably be too exhausting since they have a newborn.
The mom of three said:
“I was the one that was like, ‘We might go out after this,’ and he’s like, ‘I’m already tired, babe.'”
If they did go to a bar, Hudson wouldn’t get a break from pumping. Fujikawa joked:
“She’s gonna pump on the way to this bar, apparently.”
As Dearly previously reported, Hudson said she’s been trying to find a balance between work and caring for Rani Rose.
She said it’s not always easy to breastfeed when you’re not a “milk machine”:
“I’m trying to figure out how to balance the breastfeeding and the work. Even moms that have multiple kids, it’s just hard. I mean it’s just hard — and the pumping.
Look I have one friend who’s like a milk machine. I wish I was a milk machine, I’m not. I need to pump.”
It’s no surprise the mom is always busy.
On top of her acting career and owning her own fitness wear line, Hudson was named as the newest ambassador for WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers.
Hudson said she wanted to join WW to make sure she is in the best health she can be for her children.
The mom also has two sons from prior relationships, Ryder, 15, and Bingham, 7.