Kate Hudson Wants More Kids With Boyfriend Danny Fujikawa: ‘A Girl Would Be Fun’

The mother of two sons recently told ‘The Times’ that she’s “not done yet” when it comes to expanding her family.

Kate Hudson is ready for more kids!

The 38-year-old actress recently opened up to The Times about her relationship with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, including whether or not the couple has plans to start a family.

"I'd like to! I'm not done yet. A girl would be fun," said Hudson, who is already mother to two sons: 14-year-old Ryder, with ex-husband Chris Robinson, and 6-year-old Bingham, with ex-fiance Matt Bellamy.

"We'll see,” she added. “We'll see how many Danny wants."

Hudson and Fujikawa have been dating for over a year, but they’ve known each other for more than a decade, thanks to Hudson's friendship with her beau’s stepsisters, Sara and Erin Foster. In fact, Hudson revealed in her “first date anniversary” Instagram post with Fujikawa in December that she was pregnant with Ryder when she first met the musician.

“On our 15th year of knowing each other we were able to open our hearts to each other to feel so much pure love and it’s been truly incredible!” she gushed.

Hudson certainly has star power running through her family, thanks to mom Goldie Hawn and her longtime companion, Kurt Russell, and she admitted that she thinks her kids will follow in her footsteps as well.

"I definitely believe it's in the DNA," she said, noting that Ryder is a “great mimic” who might have a future in comedy and Bingham is “abnormally musical” and has been playing drums “since he was a year and a half.”

"It's just what you know,” she added. “It's in your gut and you just pursue it."

Despite the challenges that come with being a working mom, whose Hollywood career and Fabletics athleisure wear line take her all around the world, Hudson said technology helps keep her connected -- even when time zones make things more complicated. "It's funny with FaceTime now—you're always still with your kids all day, even when you're traveling," she remarked. "Last night I kept getting calls about homework. I was, like, ‘Honey, I'm trying to get to sleep!'"

Still, she’s ready to do it all again if she and Fujikawa have children of their own.

"I never had an adult life without kids," Hudson remarked. "My friends had their whole twenties — they're all just getting pregnant now. But everything I've experienced has been great, albeit not conventional, including my childhood."

See more on Hudson and Fujikawa’s relationship in the video below.