Actress Kate Hudson has admitted that she feels ‘mum guilt’ on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, when asked what sort of mother she is.
The mum of two, 35, was on the show to promote her new film Wish I Was Here and clearly shares the feeling a sense of guilt all mums feel at some point when it comes to parenting.
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‘I think you always have a little bit of guilt that you could be doing more. It doesn't matter if you a stay-at-home mum or working mum,’ she said.
‘I think the daily process of raising your children; you always feel like “Could I have done that differently? Could I have made a different choice? Was that the right time to discipline?”’
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The daughter of actress Goldie Hawn, Kate is mum to Ryder, 10, her child with ex-husband Chris Robinson, and Bingham, three, her child with current partner and Muse frontman Matt Bellamy.