Kate Hudson’s Adorable Sons Ryder, 10, and Bing, 2, Model Alongside Mom in New Campaign: See the Pictures!

Kate Hudson poses with son Bingham for Ann Taylor
Kate Hudson's new ads for Ann Taylor, feature her sons Ryder, 10, and Bing, 2 Courtesy of Ann Taylor

Kate Hudson's boys are ready for their close-up! The Wish I Were Here actress, 34, is keeping her kids in the family business by incorporating them into her new ad campaign for Ann Taylor's spring 2014 collection — and Us Weekly has the adorable photos!


In a case of art imitating life, the campaign features the mom of two posing with sons Ryder, 10, and Bing, 2, on a Hollywood movie set. The boys are naturals, and they definitely have their mom's good looks.

In one image from the retailer, Hudson's blonde hair blows in the wind as she balances Bing — her son with fiance Matthew Bellamy — on her left hip. She looks effortlessly stylish in black pants and a white top with a lace back.


Another photo from the campaign shows her relaxing in a director's chair, chic as ever in a camel-colored shirtdress with black piping. Ryder, her son from her marriage to ex-husband Chris Robinson, sits nearby, smiling and holding a film clapperboard.

Kate Hudson and Ryder
Kate Hudson's new ads for Ann Taylor feature her sons Ryder, 10, and Bing, 2 courtesy of Ann Taylor

Speaking about her kids recently in an interview for Live With Kelly & Michael on Jan. 28, the star described her sons' very distinct personalities. "Ryder just turned 10, which is so crazy and he's such a dude," she gushed. "Bing is two-and-a-half, and it's just going [by fast]. He is a drummer…That's all he wants to do."

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