BY Kate Hudson

For me, March has always been synonymous with family. I love the tradition of celebrating Passover at the end of the month because it’s such a nice way to commemorate my Jewish grandmother who passed away. We just love to continue the beautiful traditions she instilled in our family.

Then there’s always my dad’s birthday, which is on St Patrick’s Day. Because I grew up with all boys, March Madness was always really exciting for us – we’d treat it like the Super Bowl and go all out.

And then, of course, there’s Easter which has always been one of my favourite holidays because of all the time we get to spend together as a family. Every year, we traditionally dye a bunch of eggs different colours, and always have a special gold egg. Shocker that the gold egg is always a hot commodity – the kids are always on the hunt for it since we fill it with cash. It’s usually only $10-$20 bucks, but since they’re all getting older, I think it’s time that we get a little more creative with the prize. Still, they absolutely love it!

About Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson first captured the hearts of filmgoers with her Academy Award-nominated performance in Almost Famous and is known around the world for such films as How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Fool’s Gold, Nine and Bride Wars, which she also produced. She was seen most recently in The Reluctant Fundamentalist and guest-starring on Glee and stars in the upcoming feature films Good People and Wish I Was Here. As Co-Founder of Fabletics, Kate works closely with the design team to create lifestyle athletic wear for every woman and every body type.

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