Kate Hudson is getting back to work just a month after giving birth to her third child, daughter Rani. On Wednesday, the actress participated in a panel with Michael Kors, NBC News's Natalie Morales, and The World Food Programme at the University of Los Angeles. Clad in a floral-print dress and heels, Kate looked radiant as she celebrated her new appointment as ambassador to the United Nation's food-assistance organisation and marked her first public appearance since becoming a mum of three.
"As a mother, I understand the vital importance proper food and nutrition play in the life of a child," Kate said in a previous statement. "The work of the World Food Programme is so much more than just feeding people, it's about strengthening families, rebuilding communities, and ensuring everyone, everywhere has access to the food they need to not only survive, but thrive. After seeing their work first-hand, I'm sure that if we can get more people involved in this movement we really can move closer to a world with Zero Hunger."
Baby Rani is Kate's first child with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, whom she has been dating since 2017. She is also mum to 14-year-old son Ryder Robinson and 7-year-old son Bingham Bellamy from previous relationships.