Kate Hudson Says She’s Never Without This Must-Have Accessory
The actress has a concealed carry that she relies on daily as part of the “no bra club.”
Kate Hudson is apparently joining the likes of Drew Barrymore, Miley Cyrus and Gwyneth Paltrow, as part of Hollywood’s anti-bra brigade. But the How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days actress isn’t risking a nip-slip or a poke-through on her watch; instead, she carries sticky silicone nipple covers with her everywhere she goes.
When British Vogue recently asked what’s inside her Fendi purse, Hudson shares of her nipple covers, “I have to bring [them] with me everywhere, because I don’t like bras. I like to put these on my boobies so that, you know, nothing ever gets too aggressive,” she jokes. “To make sure a picture doesn’t become, like, too much of a conversation piece.”
Of course, what the 43-year-old is referring to is the propensity for the media and the public to “blow” such a wardrobe malfunction out of proportion, with the risk that it can become gossip fodder for days.
While such silicone nipple covers are often reusable for up to thirty wears, Hudson doesn’t specify whether or not she swaps them out for new ones after she wears them.
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Her printed tote purse also houses other essentials such as her glasses, a portable speaker, hand sanitizer, some breath freshening tabs, a sentimental necklace, and her skincare products.
The always candid actress shimmered on the red carpet for the 2023 Critics Choice Awards Sunday in a floor-length silver halter-style gown that showed off a bit of side boob (presumably, she was wearing her coveted nipple covers). The Glass Onion: Knives Out star took home a trophy as part of “Best Acting Ensemble.”
Hudson also recently addressed the “nepo-baby” controversy, saying she makes no bones about being the daughter of several legendary stars.
Meanwhile, if you want to grab your own set of Kate Hudson’s best-kept-secret, these silicone nippies in different skin-tone shades from Threads will do the trick.