Goldie Hawn Has Fans Fawning Over Her ‘Mini Goldie’ Granddaughter Who ‘Looks Like Her Nana’ In Her Younger Days

Goldie Hawn, the celebrated Hollywood actress renowned for her iconic roles in classics such "Overboard," "Bird on a Wire," "Private Benjamin," “Death Becomes Her” and “The First Wives Club," has always been a family-oriented woman. Despite her roaring success in the movie industry, it’s her family, including her long-time partner Kurt Russell, children, and now, her grandchildren, that truly light up her life. One grandchild, in particular, Rio Hudson, has been making waves on social media for her uncanny resemblance to a young Hawn.

The striking similarities between the two are evident in photos that Hawn has shared on her Instagram. Fans and followers can't help but comment on the resemblance between Hawn and her granddaughter. Many users have dubbed Rio as the "Mini Goldie" or a young Hawn reincarnated.
Hawn and Kurt, one of Hollywood's golden couples, have always emphasized the importance of family. Their relationship spanning nearly four decades is a testament to their devotion and love for one another and their blended family. As grandparents, they dote on their seven grandchildren, sharing heartwarming moments and memories with them.

If there's one thing that's apparent from the photos Hawn shares, it's the tight-knit bond she shares with all her grandchildren, especially with Rio. The young girl not only bears a physical resemblance to her grandma but also seems to have inherited Hawn's vivacious spirit and zest for life.

With Hollywood relationships often fleeting, Hawn and Kurt stand as beacons of lasting love and family values. Their story is an inspiration for many and serves as a reminder that amidst the glitz and glamour of the film world, family remains a steadfast anchor.

Read on to learn more about Hawn's life, her family and grandchildren, and especially her look-alike granddaughter Rio!
Goldie Jeanne Hawn was born on Nov. 21, 1945, in Washington, D.C. Her father, a band musician, was a Presbyterian of German and English descent, while her mother was the Jewish daughter of Hungarian immigrants, as well as a jewelry shop and dance school owner. After one of Hawn's brothers passed away during infancy, she was left with one sister. Due to her mother's involvement in dance school, Hawn began dancing at an early age. She learned ballet and tap dance at the tender age of 3. With these skills, Hawn's career on the stage started. Her stage debut was in 1964, in which she played Juliet in a Virginia Shakespeare Festival production of "Romeo and Juliet." Hawn went on to study drama at American University but dropped out. By the end of 1964, she was running her own ballet school and teaching there.

Hawn is one of the most well-known actresses in Hollywood, and her daughter Kate Hudson also falls into the same category. Kate is famous for starring in a slew of movie hits, such as “Almost Famous,” “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days,” “Bride Wars,” and “Glass Onion.” For her mother, the "Cactus Flower" actress, however, family comes above everything else. According to Hello! Magazine, Hawn is "incredibly close" to all her grandchildren and was present for all of their births.

Hawn told Australian Women's Weekly, "A good family is the answer to happiness," as per Hello! Magazine. She added:

"I look at our kids and grandchildren and there's nothing in the world that could make me as proud as I am of all of them. Being a grandmother is amazing, I love it. It brings incredible joy. Family is so important."
Hawn's partner of 40 years, Kurt, also plays a big part in their family's life. Kurt was born on March 17, 1951, in Springfield, Massachusetts. Kurt started his career as a child actor, starring in ABC series such as "The Fugitive" and "Our Man Higgins." In 1966, Kurt signed a decade-long contract with The Walt Disney Company, and Walt Disney himself even penned the name "Kurt Russell" on a piece of paper as his final words. Kurt and Hawn have been together since 1983 but are still not officially married. The couple share a son, Wyatt Russell, and have co-parented all their children in their blended family. Kurt has a son, Boston Russell, from a previous marriage to Season Hubley, while Hawn has her children, Kate and Oliver, with ex-husband Bill Hudson.

From Hawn's side, the couple has seven grandchildren. Oliver shares three children with his wife, Erinn Bartlett: Wilder, 16, and Bodhi, 13, and Rio, 10. Meanwhile, Hawn is also a grandmother to Kate’s three children: Ryder, 19, Bingham, 12, from her previous marriage to Matt Bellamy, and 4-year-old Rani with singer Danny Fujikawa.

It is also important for Hawn to celebrate big events with her grandchildren throughout the year, such as Rio's preschool graduation and charity functions for The Hawn Foundation. The foundation founded the program MindUP with the goal of providing education to underprivileged children. According to the charity's website, MindUP's mission is to "promote an equitable and inclusive world bringing us all together as one." Photos of such events on her social media show how close the family truly feels with one another.
In February 2020, Hawn and Kate graced the cover of People Magazine alongside Kate's daughter, Rani. Hawn expressed the significance of witnessing her daughter become a mother, stating, "When your daughter has a daughter, it’s a big deal. I mean, it really is." Kate added her excitement about little Rani Rose, emphasizing the third generation. This occasion not only provided the family with valuable time together but also offered them a platform to discuss the profound importance of family bonds.

During the cover shoot, the mother, daughter, and granddaughter engaged in a brief video interview. In this conversation, they explored the crucial role parents play in supporting their children and fostering their confidence. Reflecting on her own experience, Kate shared, "My mom gave me the floor to feel confident enough to go out and feel like my life could be my own. Mom was my greatest cheerleader. And it just made me think about Rani… going, ‘I hope I give her that kind of confidence,’ you know?”

Hawn's enduring relationship with Kurt has significantly influenced their family. In an industry where long and healthy partnerships are rare, their 40-year journey is noteworthy. At 77 years old, Hawn radiates vitality, and her affectionate relationship with the 72-year-old Kurt appears more akin to teenage sweethearts than a couple with four decades of shared history. The couple frequently shares heartwarming moments from their relationship.
Kate expressed admiration for her parents, stating, "To live up to that is really the goal. Just the fact that they’ve been able to maintain a unit for all of us, in times of turmoil, they really are the center of all of our lives." In an interview with People Magazine in April 2020, Kate acknowledged the differences between her parents, highlighting the balance it brings. She described her mother as kinetic and a butterfly, while her father values family and home. Yet, when they are together, the synergy is powerful. Hawn added, "When you have your children and you have a man who loves your children, that’s a very tough bond."

Kurt and Goldie have shared their lives since 1983, originally meeting in 1966 during filming and reconnecting on the set of "Swing Shift." Despite their differences, they have remained inseparable and continued to collaborate on-screen, notably in "The Christmas Chronicles" movies, portraying Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus. Released in 2018 and November 2020, respectively, these films showcase the enduring charm of Hollywood's golden couple.

A unique aspect of their relationship is the decision not to marry, a choice Hawn openly discussed in a 2007 interview with Woman's Day magazine. When asked about their decision, she explained, "Because we have done just perfectly without marrying. I already feel devoted, and isn't that what marriage is supposed to do? So as long as my emotional state is in a state of devotion, honesty, caring, and loving, then we're fine."
Hawn continued to highlight their success in raising their children into "beautiful people," emphasizing that they achieved this without the need for marriage. She expressed her satisfaction in waking up every day and choosing to be with Kurt, asserting, "There is really no reason to marry."

Their enduring relationship, one of Hollywood's longest, serves as a testament to the idea that love, respect, and mutual compassion render marriage unnecessary. Kurt also shared his perspective on the matter in a 2018 interview with Daily Mail, emphasizing the core value he and Goldie prioritized: putting their children first. He explained, "That big movie I turned down came at an age when they really needed one of us around."

This commitment to family forms the foundation that keeps people together, creating a nurturing environment where individuals can flourish with the support of their loved ones. Observing how Hawn and Kurt raised their children, including Oliver and Kate, it's evident that the next generation, such as Goldie Hawn's granddaughter Rio, will pass on this same kind of love.

As a grandmother, Hawn has a busy role. The couple welcomed another grandchild when their son, Wyatt, and his wife, actress Meredith Hagner, celebrated the arrival of their son, Buddy Prine Russell, in March 2021.

Hawn frequently shares pictures of her grandchildren on her Instagram page, and snapshots of her granddaughter Rio have sparked comments from fans noting the striking resemblance to her "GoGo" during her youth.

In one playful photograph, Rio is captured with her legs in the air, showcasing a goofiness reminiscent of her grandma, particularly when comparing it to early career photos of Hawn. Social media users swiftly pointed out the likeness, with comments such as "Looks like Mini Goldie GORGEOUS" and "She looks like Goldie!" Some even speculated that Rio might have inherited her quirkiness from her grandmother, with one user suggesting, "Something her grandma taught her??"

Another Instagram post by Hawn features her son Oliver and young Rio joyfully making pizza together. In the picture, Oliver holds a heart-shaped pizza base, and Rio smiles at the camera. Proudly expressing her love for her family, Hawn captioned the post, "Sometimes one picture says everything!! LOVE ❤️#happysunday 🍕" Commenters once again highlighted the family resemblance, with remarks like "Wow, your granddaughter looks just like you!" and "WoW Rio looks just like Grandma Goldie!!!!"

In a May 2021 post, Hawn combined her love for family and accessible education. The post showcased two close-up shots of Rio wearing a MindUP T-shirt, exhibiting a striking resemblance to her grandmother with blonde hair and big blue eyes. Users couldn't help but comment on the similarities, with one stating, “Rio looks like you, Goldie!!” and others referring to the adorable girl as Hawn's “twin” and “mini you.”

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