Although Kate Hudson has said she’s too busy to plan a wedding, the engaged actress, 34, tests out the bridal hue on Monday.
She chooses a white Jenny Packham sweater dress for the pre-party of her film, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, held at Gold Bar in NYC, and then heads across town to BMCC/TPAC for the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of the film.
While the mom of two may not be celebrating her nuptials just yet, she is marking a milestone in the release of the thriller about a young Pakistani man who finds success on Wall Street, but feels conflicted between his American dream, a hostage crisis and returning to his home country.
As co-star Kiefer Sutherland and director Mira Nair move through, joyful Kate slides down the red carpet with actor Riz Ahmed, who takes the lead, by her side.
“I’ve always been a huge fan of Mira,” Kate begins. “Mainly because where I connect with Mira as a filmmaker is she makes stories about a human connection. It’s a passionate, seductive and beautifully aesthetic film.”
She continues, “Even before working with her, I was a such a big fan. She’s so particular. This is a very brave film for her to take on, and I think she did an extremely remarkable job. I’m very proud to have worked with her.”
Perhaps the next time we’ll see Kate wear white she’ll be saying “I do” to Muse rocker Matthew Bellamy. Or maybe not!
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