Kate Hudson's 17-Year-Old Son Ryder Loves to Make Fun of Her Wellness Videos: 'It's Fairly Accurate'

The actress and Fabletics co-founder frequently shared her workouts and recipes on Instagram, and said Ryder "just constantly makes fun of me" for it

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Kate Hudson and her son Ryder. Photo: Kate Hudson Instagram

Between her Fabletics athletic gear line, her frequent workout videos and her WW ambassadorship, Kate Hudson is something of a wellness guru on Instagram — and her 17-year-old son Ryder can't help but mock his mom for it.

During an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the 42-year-old actress said that her eldest son loves to imitate her fitness-focused Instagram videos.

"He's giving you a hard time about sort of, your embracing of the wellness culture," host Seth Meyers said to Hudson on Tuesday.

"Oh yeah, and just the fact that I Instagram all of my products, so he makes fun of that," she agreed, before they watch a clip of Ryder pretending to be Hudson sharing a smoothie recipe for her followers.

"Hi guys, Kate Hudson here," Ryder said in the video, as Hudson watches behind him. "I know you know me because you follow me, I'm so funny. Today we're going to be making a goji berry in bloom protein shake. It's delicious. I give it to my kids. They love it. My whole family loves it."

Hudson, laughing with Meyers, agreed that "it's fairly accurate."

"I mean, he's also deeply funny. Ryder — I mean, he clearly is gonna probably follow in the footsteps of the family," she said, referring to her famous lineage that includes mom Goldie Hawn and her longtime partner Kurt Russell.

"And I would say he's probably the funniest in our family," Hudson continued. "So, this is like every day for me. Nobody makes me laugh like Ryder, and he just constantly makes fun of me."

Recently, in one of her apparently mockable fitness videos, Hudson talked about needing to step up her workouts after having three kids — along with Ryder, she's also a mom to 10-year-old Bingham and 2½-year-old daughter Rani Rose.

"Carried 3 babies who did a number on these hips and shoulders! Ladies! We carry our beautiful children ALL DAY LONG (literally AND figuratively) and forget to balance it out," she wrote. "Time to balance that S--- OUT!"

Hudson had found that after Rani's arrival in Oct. 2018, her body "hasn't been responding" as well to her usual exercise routine.

"My body always snapped back pretty fast after babies," she said on Instagram. "Food is 80% of the process always BUT I realized she wasn't powering the way I like! I was quite athletic when I was younger and she hasn't been responding to my usual."

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"I said…F--- IT and I called on a master to wake her ass up! And that's exactly what he's doing," she said, referring to her new trainer Brian Nguyen. "And it's HARD. And it's every day. I'm basically 'in season' and I love it. Don't know why I waited so long to push her this hard! Let's see what she (my body) can do at 42."

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