GOLDIE Hawn looked incredible as she attended her daughter-in-law Meredith Weasel's baby shower.
The actress, 74, and her daughter Kate Hudson, 41, donned matching flower crowns as they celebrated Meredith's special day.
Goldie wore a polka dot maxidress as she posed with Meredith – who is married to the Hollywood star's son, Wyatt Russell.
The group posed in front of a giant "Baby" balloon in front of a pool at the shower in LA at the weekend.
Meredith reassured fans that everyone at the shower had been tested for coronavirus beforehand.
She wrote: "Cat (baby) is out of the bag! But still very much in the bag (placenta). What a wild gift to carry this sweet life. My soulmate/ husband and I are overjoyed."
She added: "Thanks to my California nearest and dearest for this magical, heavily Covid tested day."
Kate also documented the day, posting a sweet photo of herself kissing Meredith's baby bump.
The Fool's Gold actress wrote: "Celebrating our next family member today. First for my bro Wy and @merediththeweasel.
"We are over the moon and can’t wait!!!!"
Meredith and Wyatt's baby will be Goldie and her long-term partner Kurt Russell's seventh grandchild.
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days star Kate is mother to three kids – Ryder, Bingham and Rani.
Her brother, Oliver, meanwhile, is father to Wilder, Bhodi and Rio.
Goldie and actor Kurt, 69, have been together for 37 years, after meeting on a film set in 1966 and eventually starting dating in 1983.
The actress revealed the secret to their happy relationship – sex on the first date.
Speaking to The Mirror, the Snatched star revealed all about their first night of passion, she said: “It was so much fun. It was a great night. A night to remember."
The Private Benjamin star added: "A very beautiful night. That was the beginning.”
They starred opposite each other in the 1987 comedy, Overboard and are joining forces once again this year.
The Hollywood heavyweights will share the screen in the upcoming Netflix holiday film, “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two”.
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