Ryder hitches a ride with mum Kate Hudson during a walkabout in New York. The cute two-year-old's blond ponytail is remarkably similar to that of another famous toddler - Romeo Beckham
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13 JULY 2006
Kate Hudson seems to be taking styling tips from another celebrity mum, Victoria Beckham, after her son Ryder showed off his ponytail this week. The blond-haired toddler now bears a striking resemblance to three-year-old Romeo Beckham whose parents have so far avoided cutting his flaxen locks.
Little Ryder, two, hitched a lift in Kate's sling as mum and son took a walk in New York. Looking remarkably fresh-faced the morning after the Hollywood premiere of her latest flick, You, Me And Dupree, the gorgeous actress was clearly keen to spend some mother-and-son time together.
In a recent interview, Goldie Hawn's 27-year-old daughter revealed that motherhood is "the reason to live". "He's talking up a storm these days," she said proudly. "He's also obsessed with Peter Pan right now... I'm watching him discover every part of himself. His mind is just fantastic." She married Ryder's dad, long-haired Black Crowes rocker Chris Robinson, in 2000, and the family travels together when he's on tour or she's shooting a movie. "You kind of do the best you can as long as priorities are set straight, and for me that's just Ryder," she said.
Her strong relationship with Chris is greatly influenced by her own upbringing with mum Goldie and step-dad Kurt Russell. "My mom and my dad are a really good template on how to keep a relationship going through anything. They just have a blast together. No matter what, Kurt and Goldie play really hard and have a great time." Her new comedy about a recently-married couple, co-starring funnyman Owen Wilson, hits UK cinemas on August 25 and opens in the US on July 14.
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