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Forever Young! Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russell's Grandchildren Have 'Put Some Life' Back Into Their Longtime Love

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Apr. 15 2021, Updated 12:05 a.m. ET

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There's a good reason Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell just can't get enough of babysitting their grandchildren: Minding their big, rambunctious brood keeps them on their toes — and young at heart!

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Longtime loves Goldie, 75, and Kurt, 70, whose son, Wyatt, welcomed a baby boy, Buddy, in March, share six other grandkids (the Private Benjamin star's daughter, Kate Hudson, is mom to Rani Rose, 2, Bingham, 9, and Ryder, 17, and her actor son, Oliver Hudson, has Wilder, 13, Bodhi, 11, and Rio, 7), "and they sure know how to entertain them all," a pal tells OK!.

"Goldie does yoga with the crew, bakes healthy treats and is great at organizing everything, while Kurt shoots hoops in the yard, plays video games and is an incredible storyteller," the source adds. 

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After spending the day at the Hollywood legends' luxurious L.A. mansion, "the kiddos never leave disappointed or hungry," the friend adds. "In fact, they're often more worn out than their grandparents!"

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Goldie has been gushing over her grandkids for quite some time. In 2018, she and daughter Kate appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show when Kate was pregnant with her third child and shared stories about motherhood.

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Goldie revealed how she had a unique gift for Kate when she gave birth to her two older sons: a "huge" magnolia. "She wanted me to think of my vagina as a magnolia flower," Kate joked on the show. "And I was like, 'I never want to think of my vagina that big ever.'" 

A friend tells OK! that being grandparents has "put some life" back into Goldie and Kurt's relationship (the two have been in a relationship since 1983, though they've said that there are no plans for them to tie the knot). "They even pester their grown kids to know when they're going out next so they can entertain the troop!"

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