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Kate Hudson Shows Off Her Toned Legs In Strappy Gold Heels

Kate Hudson just showed off her fabulous legs in some gorgeous golden heels in a new Instagram post.

Kate Hudson just showed off her fabulous legs in some gorgeous golden heels in a new Instagram post.

The actress shared on the platform a video and some pics on Instagram of herself wearing stunning, strappy, Stuart Weitzman heels that highlighted her sculpted legs.

The video starts out with a shot of the strappy gold heels and then slooowly panning up Kate’s legs to show her lounging on a white couch while wearing sexy black mini dress. The vid is followed by another closeup of Kate’s gorg heels, and then a larger shot of the actress reclining on the couch.

The pics and the video literally drove Kate’s fans crazy. “Vavavoom🔥❤️,” one wrote. “🔥Wow🔥,” said another.

As you can imagine, Kate works hard to stay fit. She signed up to be a brand ambassador for WW (formerly Weight Watchers) after having her third child, daughter Rani Rose. “I love cocktails, French fries, and ice cream,” she said at the time. “Now it’s all about balance: Figuring out how to create the fun and still live a healthy lifestyle.”

She previously shared with Women’s Health that she’s a fan of intermittent fasting, which she said keeps her energy up.

“I’m definitely challenging myself in new ways, which I need,” she said once. “I like to be able to set new goals to see what I can accomplish, and I love how flexible and strong I feel after a good workout, especially doing Pilates, which never gets easier.”

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Kate said that she needs “to be moving to feel good,” adding, “even just making time for a little movement every day—going for a walk, doing a few minutes on the treadmill, some Pilates, or if I have more time for it, I love hot yoga.”

She also decided to increase the intensity of her workouts to get more results—and has shared some impressive Instagrams since then.

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