Kate Hudson details wedding plans 1 year into Danny Fujikawa engagement

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Kate Hudson got engaged to Danny Fujikawa more than a year ago, but she’s nowhere close to walking down the aisle.

“Right now, planning a wedding feels insane, but I’m excited to plan a wedding, and I go back and forth between a small wedding and a large wedding,” she shared on Tuesday’s episode of the “Table for Two” podcast.

Hudson, who was previously married to Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson, remembered her first wedding being “so small.”

“So there’s a part of me that wants the big bash, you know?” she said. “There’s, like, two sides to me: the big bash or the small, intimate [wedding]. I think somewhere in there I’m going to come up with both.”

The “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” actress, 43, is also considering having a traditional Japanese wedding to “honor” the heritage of her fiancé and their 4-year-old daughter, Rani Rose.

“We do sometimes go back and forth with the traditional Japanese wedding ceremony, which would be really beautiful and quite emotional for Danny, seeing as his dad is gone,” she said.

The one thing Hudson, 43, is sure of is that her friends and family will have to travel if they want to witness her and Fujikawa, 36, tie the knot.

“It’ll totally be a destination wedding,” she said. “It’ll be such an adventure that people will really want to have to come to show up. To me, those are always the most fun weddings. Like, if you really want to be there, you’ll be there.”

She joked, “If someone’s like, ‘I can’t really be there,’ then I don’t want you there. That’s all I got right now. That’s all I got for the wedding.”

“It doesn’t make any sense. It goes against every religious grain in the book. And yet, I’m happy, and my kids are happy,” she said on the podcast, adding, “It feels liberated. I don’t feel the failure.”

The “Glass Onion” star chalks up her solid co-parenting situation to practicing “compassionate detachment.”

“Whatever is causing the headbutting and this inability to move forward, I’m going to stay compassionate towards the partner,” she said of Robinson and Bellamy.

Hudson added that her kids are her “priority” while juggling “multiple fathers.”

“For me, it’s all about my unit, and those are my babies, and I’m the center,” she said.

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