Goldie Hawn, 71, spilled her secrets to PEOPLE on Friday about how she looks so great
So when she walked the red carpet at her annual Goldie’s Love In For Kids event in Beverly Hills, California on Friday, reporters couldn’t help but ask what was her secret to looking so great.
“I don’t have one. I really don’t,” Hawn, who wore a whimsical black gown with a sheer bodices and oversized tulle skirt, told reporters. “It’s not a secret. I try to drink my juices. I try to work out every day a little bit. I find moments in the day. I have short meditation spurts during the day, if I don’t have a long one in the morning, which sometimes the phone rings and you’re off and running, but I do find time to get quiet. I hike. I bike. I try to have as much fun as possible.”
Though Hawn admitted the last three months have been “kind of tough” because she’s been working, her longtime partner Kurt Russell was quick to point out that “she’s a dancer.”
“I’m a dancer, so I can’t stop moving,” Hawn agreed. “I guess maybe that’s what I’m talking about.”
Hudson, 38, looked elegant in a shimmering full-length grey and blue dress. Ryder kept things casual in a pink button-down shirt and black pants, while Wyatt wore a grey checkered suit with blue shirt and tie.
The happy family all posed together on the red carpet of the event, thrown to raise money for The Hawn Foundation, which helps children find solutions for their stress and anxiety. Friday’s event was extra special, as The Hawn Foundation’s MindUP program was going global.
Hawn kicked things off by getting up on stage and performing a choreographed dance to Grease favorite “You’re the One that I Want” alongside a troupe of dancers, much to the delight of the audience. After the dinner and program portion of the evening, the family hit the dance floor, led by Hudson.
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In 2016, Hawn opened up to PEOPLE about her diet and workout plan, saying that she makes sure to exercise daily. “I try to stay positive and be very, very active. I walk every day and I run and do all kinds of that,” Hawn said.
She added that she prefers quick workouts to spending hours in the gym. “If I don’t have an hour, I’ll do 15 minute intervals,” Hawn said. “Actually, it’s a very good thing to do. If you’re taxing yourself too much in an hour, you’re taxing a lot of things.”
And she’s just as vigilante about sticking to a healthy eating plan.
“I don’t eat a lot. I think we overeat,” Hawn said. “[And] I drink my green juice every day! I do a lot of juicing, I don’t put a lot of food in my stomach and I don’t mix my foods too much. So if I want to have like protein I’ll just eat a bowl of lentils, I won’t mix it with a bunch of stuff.”