However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying:
[Image via Johnny Louis/Brian To/WENN.]
Kate Hudson must get pretty tired of being asked about her relationship with Nick Jonas….
But that doesn't stop the questions from coming!
In the April issue of Red magazine, she addressed the rumors once more, adding:
"The media scrutinizes all single women in the public eye. You cannot have a conversation with a man without being attached to them. One: can women not be friends with men? Two: are they implying that a single woman is constantly looking to be in a relationship or is in need of a man? You don't get that with men."
Not exactly sharing anything new, are you, Kate??
"If it doesn't work, you can't force it. The bigger you love, the more vulnerable you are, the scarier it is if it's lost. So people tend to get more and more protective of their heart. Well, I've spent a lifetime not wanting that ever to happen. But, in the last couple of years, I've found that attachment is the root of a lot of uncomfortable moments in your life. When you start to let go of them, you feel really liberated. I do believe that it is better to have two people as parents that are truly happy in themselves for [the sake of] their children. If they can't sustain that at home and if it's affecting their family, then they have to look at their relationship. But I think it can be catch 22: I've seen some people not do the work inside the relationship. Of course, the goal is always to stay together. Matt and I really worked on it together and we came to the point where we realized that we are really better as friends and that is a healthier approach for our kids. And we can see the results."
It sounds like the momma of two really thought that out! It's sweet to hear that she and Matt truly have their kids' best interests at heart!
The single starlet also added on her approach to parenting:
"When my kids get emotional, I like to allow them to experience it first, but then create an environment in which they are able to communicate what they are really feeling."
Read on for even more HIGHlights from her insightful interview…
On body image: "If you want to look a certain way, here's the thing: it's not easy. You cannot just 'like' a picture on Instagram and all of a sudden see changes in yourself – or then hate on that person because you don't have the same discipline. We need to stop judging each other. Just focus on our own set goals. Perfection is for amateurs! The perfect, the ideal is not the goal. Instead the goal is feeling good in your body."
On getting flack for her cropped Golden Globes look: "You know, I'm 36, not 50. The other day I saw this woman hiking in the mountains, she must have been 70 and she had a crop top on, and I thought: 'Why not? Do what you want! Who cares?'"
We couldn't agree more!!
Now, go and ch-ch-check out Kate's sunny spread in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Greg Kadel/Trunk/Red Magazine.]