The Fabletics creator, 40, who shares Ryder, 15, and Bingham, 7, with the Black Crowes singer, 52, and Muse frontman, also 40, respectively, “sees Matt a lot with Bing, who also has separate time with his dad,” the insider says. “Chris lives in northern California but comes down to visit because Kate supports Ryder having a positive relationship with his dad.”
Hudson became a three-time mom in October 2018 when she and her boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, welcomed their daughter, Rani.
“Having a newborn and going through the baby stage has definitely been a shock after such a long break,” the source tells Us. “But Kate’s been loving this experience and getting to share it with Danny. He’s extremely hands-on, so it’s been a dream.”
And thanks to her brother, Oliver Hudson, living in close proximity, “She doesn’t have all three kids at once because the boys spend a lot of time” at his house.
“She has mom guilt sometimes, just like anyone else,” the insider tells Us. “But [her sons are] happy and surrounded by love and a big family. That’s what’s most important to her.”
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