Apparently Kate Hudson thinks that women who have c-sections are taking the easy way out out of labor and childbirth.
The 38-year-old, who appears on the October cover of Cosmopolitan, filled out a survey as part of her feature story. Most of her answers were cute and relatable. Hudson revealed the last photo she took on her phone was a bee sting on the back of her son’s neck and that if she had to live with a former costar, she’d pick Liv Tyler. So how did Hudson land in hot water? When asked to share the laziest thing she has ever done, Hudson wrote: “Have a c-section!”
Hudson is mom of Ryder, 13, (with ex husband Chris Robinson) and 6-year-old Bingham (with former fiance Matt Bellamy). Ryder was born via Cesarean section and Bingham was vaginal.
According to the CDC, the operation accounts for 32 percent of all births. So it should come as no surprise that the Fabletics co-founders Instagram has been flooded with angry comments.
“I’ve had 3 C-sections. And it’s by far not the ‘laziest thing I’ve ever done.’ Come on @katehudson you must’ve known you were gonna get hate on for that answer. It’s nice to know what you think of the majority of women who gave birth that way. Thanks *sarcasm.*” Added another: “Maybe if us c section moms were made to feel like s—t and less than moms for not giving birth vaginally, we could all just laugh this off as a bad joke.”
The Cost Of Britney Spears’ Massages
Britney Spears loves getting pampered. Just look at her bill for massages.
According to documents filed regarding her conservatorship, the 35-year-old singer spent $10,956,873.91 out of the $16 million she earned in 2016.
According to the docs, her biggest expenses include $122,613 for massages, grooming and nails … $69,668 on wardrobe and $24,392 for hair and makeup. As much as she’s been toning her bod … the massages make sense.
Her pooches are still very well cared for — $29,852 for the year, which is slightly down from the previous year.
As for shopping sprees … she rarely spent more than a few hundred dollars at a time in Pottery Barn, Albertsons, Ralphs, Vons (lots o’ groceries), Target and yes … she had enough time to hit up Bed Bath & Beyond too.