It's been a year since Kate Hudson announced she and Muse frontman Matthew Bellamy were engaged, but the actress -- who turned 33 Thursday -- is in no rush to walk down the aisle.
"There's no prepping for a wedding," Hudson's actress mom Goldie Hawn, 66, told Us Weekly at Turnaround for Children's 3rd Annual Impact Awards dinner in NYC Wednesday. "She's very happy. She's a great mom, the baby's beautiful, and they'll get married when they're ready."
Hawn added that the couple's son Bingham, 9 months, "is just beautiful" and that being a grandmother is "love with a capital L!"
The Overboard actress and author of 10 Mindful Minutes also shared some lessons she plans to pass on to Bingham and Ryder (Hudson's 8-year-old son with ex-husband and Black Crowes musician Chris Robinson, 45).
"[I hope to teach them] to become as resilient as they can. We all get knocked down, but the measure of the man is how fast you get up. And I think that's what I'd really like to instill in the kids," Hawn, who's been in a longterm partnership with Kurt Russell since 1983, told Us. "We're all going to fail, we're all going to mess up, but it's not as much about that as it is learning from your mistakes and getting up real fast."
Though Hawn hasn't been in a film since 2002's The Banger Sisters, the bubbly blonde said she may be making a comeback -- as long as it doesn't interfere with her role as a grandmother.
"I'm looking at a few things now. But these last 10 years, I've been so deeply focused on children and what we're doing to make this mission happen," said Hawn, who launched The Hawn Foundation in 2005. "It's a wonderful journey in my life. But I am looking at a few things now, so hopefully!"