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    Cool Kate Hudson finds parenthood exhausting but would send nanny to ends of earth for kid

    Kate Hudson claims going to work is like taking a holiday from motherhood, as raising a child can be exhausting.

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    Kate Hudson says work is like a holiday from motherhood.

    The 'You, Me and Dupree' actress - who has a four-year-old son Ryder with ex-husband Chris Robinson - realised how exhausting raising a child can be while shooting her latest movie 'Fool's Gold' in Australia.

    She said: "That was really hard as it was the first time I'd ever been away from Ryder. But it ended up being one of those things where I realised that you really do need time away from your children to remember you're a person, too! You know how it is - you try to sleep in, but even while you're sleep, you've always got one eye open and one ear open, too. So I end up exhausted. When it's only me, I can just go to work and come home."

    Despite enjoying a brief break from Ryder, Kate insists her son will always be her number one priority.

    She said: "When Chris and I realised we were unhappy in our marriage, we said, 'Are we going to let our egos get in the way here? Or are we going to do the right thing for our child?' I would literally go to the end of the Earth for Ryder, and so would Chris. As far as we're concerned, he's the priority."


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    She sounds like any other mother. At least she' being honest.

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    yeah, except she most likely has a house full of staff to cater to her every whim. barf.
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    Between work and running around with every guy who looks sideways at her, when does she have time to be a mother?

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    I give her credit for saying that its extremely hard, but like Grimmlok said, she has so many resources at her disposal...why would it be so hard for her then?

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    Eh, who knows how many staff she has onboard but at the end of the day she's only saying what millions of other mothers say all the time. It's hard work and you need a break sometimes. Work for me was my social time really.
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    Maybe even with all the help she still feels responsible for looking after him. You know, even though a nanny is there to wipe his ass a night, she still feels like she has to keep an open ear.

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    I think all parents are aware that parenting isn't exactly a walk in the park. No big revelation. Kate does always seem to be with Ryder, but it's not like she doesn't have people to take care of him when she wants to be a 'person'.

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    Having help with your kids doesn't make you any less of a parent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    Between work and running around with every guy who looks sideways at her, when does she have time to be a mother?
    Exactamundo. Just give little Ryder to his Grandma Goldie.

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    Well she has it a lot easier than a single mum with 5 kids, but I imagine it's hard for all mothers, regardless of who they are

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffy Burnett View Post
    Exactamundo. Just give little Ryder to his Grandma Goldie.
    She's got plenty of time on her hands!

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    Personally I wouldn't be able to stand being away from my kids like that. Especially when they're that little.

    An overnight break every now and then is nice though.

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