Oliver Hudson Clarifies Remarks About Mom Goldie Hawn, Insists He Never Said She's 'Bad Parent'

In a new episode of his podcast, Kate Hudson's brother claims his comment about feeling 'unprotected' by his busy mother was 'taken completely out of context.'

AceShowbiz - Oliver Hudson, son of Bill Hudson and Goldie Hawn, has addressed his previous comments that his mother left him with "trauma." In an interview on his podcast, "Sibling Revelry," with his sister, Kate Hudson, Oliver attempted to clarify his remarks.

"My comments were taken completely out of context," said Oliver, 47. "I never meant to imply that my mother was a bad parent." He added that his words were taken from a larger discussion about his childhood feelings and the challenges of being a child of famous parents.

Oliver emphasized the deep love and respect he has for his mother, Goldie Hawn. "I don't know who I would be without her," he admitted. "She is the most loving and supportive mother I could ever ask for."

Oliver's comments came in response to a previous interview in which he claimed to have felt "unprotected" by his mother during his childhood. He explained that his perception of her absence at times was due to her busy work schedule and her new relationships.

"My mother was an amazing parent," said Oliver. "But she was also working hard to provide for our family. I understand now that she had her own life to live, and I'm grateful for the experiences she gave me."

Oliver also revealed that he has since patched up his relationship with his father, Bill Hudson. He credits the Hoffman Process course, a weeklong retreat that helps individuals identify negative behaviors and thought patterns, with helping him come to a better understanding of his parents' journey.

"I realized that my parents were only repeating the patterns they had experienced with their own parents," said Oliver. "They were doing the best they could, and I'm grateful for the love they gave me."

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