Kate Hudson celebrated her 41st birthday with a drive-by toast in LA

Kate Hudson celebrates 41st Birthday with a glass

I’m sure someone is compiling a list of Things Which Can Stay when we’re done with this quarantine lockdown. I’ve seen people say that to-go cocktails can stay. “Not shaking hands” can stay too. But surely we can also keep “drive-through birthdays” as well, right? The drive-by birthday celebrations have been all over social media – in lieu of hosting a party or going to a bar to celebrate, someone will just stand in their driveway and friends will drive-by, wishing them happy birthday, honking their horns, etc. We can keep that, right? Because that seems kind of stupid-fun?

So it was with Kate Hudson’s birthday, which was yesterday, April 19th. She turned 41 years old. She didn’t get out of her sweatpants, but she did get a glass of champagne from home, then she stood in her driveway in LA with her baby Rani as friends drove by and wished her happy birthday. Tons of her friends also wished her happy-birthday on social media, and she compiled them on her IG Stories (go here to see).

Anyway, her baby is adorable and happy birthday to Kate. Her Fabletics company sent her a cake too. She seems pretty chilled out with her kids in lockdown – no craziness on social media or anything. She’s probably enjoying herself.

Kate Hudson celebrates her 41st Birthday with a drive thru Happy Birthday

Kate Hudson celebrates her 41st Birthday with a drive thru Happy Birthday

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. nicegirl says:


  2. Jillian says:

    I’ve always liked her and I’ve been kind of envious of her because her attitude towards life.

    I watched the skeleton key the other day and it’s underrated

    • Paige says:

      Always liked her attitude-but honestly -she’s been handed everything-granted she has made the most of it. Unlike other privileged offspring that fall into drugs and such-

  3. Angel says:

    I’m glad that she didn’t go out and complied with staying at home, and yes, it could seem fun to have a drive-by birthday.

    But what about the parents who have special needs children at home who can’t deal with all of the honking and noise?

    What about people whose dogs go crazy with lots of honking and noise?

    What about the impact to the environment? Driving for no reason other than to honk at a friend seems irresponsible when you could just as easily call them or write them something on social media.

    I might be in the minority, but I hope that drive-by birthdays don’t stay.

  4. Stacy Dresden says:

    I like her! She seems real and fun.