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Goldie Hawn Is 71 Today. Here Are 6 Moments When She Totally Slayed Us

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Goldie Hawn just turned 71 today–and let’s just say, the Jewish actress celebrated in style this past weekend. On Saturday, Goldie kicked off the celebrations by stepping out at LA’s Catch restaurant with longtime partner Kurt Russell.

Inside, she was greeted by friends and her kids, Kate Hudson, Oliver Hudson, and Wyatt Russell. Of course, it wouldn’t be a party without a few photos ending up on Instagram, thanks to Kate. Earlier in the day, Kate posted a snap of her and Goldie doing yoga, writing, “Starting Mama Goldie’s bday weekend with a little @gurujagat meditation 📿🙏🎂🙏📿 @officialgoldiehawn #Kundalini #Healing #LoveMyMama ❤️️.”

Here are a few more photos:

Mama and her girls ❤️️💃❤️️ #AllHandsOnDeck #HappyBirthdayWeekend #MamaGoldie @officialgoldiehawn

A photo posted by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

Mama and her boys ❤️️🎂❤️️

A photo posted by Kate Hudson (@katehudson) on

Goldie Hawn has had a long, illustrious career that bears celebration on its own. Here are some of my favorite moments:

1. The “First Wives Club.” It needs no intro.

2. She stole our hearts in “Private Benjamin.”

3. Of course, let’s not forget how she haunted us in “Death Becomes Her.”

4. Speaking of… when she slaps Meryl Streep in “Death Becomes Her.”

5. We love how close she is with her daughter, actress Kate Hudson.

6. That time she was in “Overboard” and wore this amazing outfit.

Happy birthday, Goldie!


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Joanna Valente

Joanna Valente is the Editorial Assistant at Kveller. She is the author of Sirs & Madams The Gods Are Dead, and Marys of the Sea (forthcoming), and received her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College. You can follow her @joannasaid on Twitter, @joannacvalente on Instagram, or email her at joanna@kveller.com.

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