Kate Hudson Says She Doesn’t Mind Being An “OK” Mom.

Kate Hudson claims she’s doing just fine with her parental flaws, adding in her statements that “she’s doing her best as a mother”.

The ‘Almost Famous’ star is blessed with two sons from two broken relationships: Ryder, 12, her son with ex-husband Chris Robinson; and 5-year-old Bingham, who she shares with former fiancé Matt Bellamy.

Kate Hudson on the cover of Marie Claire

Kate admits she could be an OK mom sometimes. Importantly, the proud mom-of-two said she has never expected herself to be perfect.

“I don’t try to sugarcoat things,” she told the October issue of Marie Claire.

“I’ll say, ‘I’m doing the best I can.’ I like cooking, I like presenting. I like it to be an experience and [my kids] help me with it, but if they want something after that, I’ll be like, ‘Look, I’m placing a meal out for you like a king. I can’t do everything. I’m going to have to be the OK mom.'”

The 37-year-old mom previously claimed she is “surprisingly strict” when it comes to raising her children.

She said: “I’m surprisingly strict sometimes but pretty easygoing when it comes to TV stuff, video games … I’m really more about how they’re treating people, politeness and manners. I’m a good pointer. I point – you go there, you do this – I have to go do that. I’m doing an okay job, my kids are happy.”

Image shows the Fabletics founder Kate Hudson with sons–Ryder and Bingham.

However, she has a wild side as a mom, too.

She added: “I was really young, like, 23, when I had Ryder. So, our relationship has always been [a little unusual]. I mean, we’re close, and I am his mom. I’m big on manners. I’m big on politeness. I’m big on gratitude. But I’m a bit of a wild mom …

“Some days I feel like I should win best mom of the day award, and some days I find myself doing strange things that don’t have any real purpose, in faraway corners in my house, and I realize I am literally and deliberately hiding from my children … [But] I wouldn’t be the best mom I could be if I didn’t follow my creative endeavors  I would feel an emptiness that would be felt in our home. So a stay-at-home mom will never be my life and that will never be my kids’ experience of me.”