Goldie Hawn wows in a beautiful dress as she enjoys a romantic stroll with Kurt Russell.
Both Goldie Hawn, 76, and Kurt Russell, 71, showed their good times weren’t over when they headed to Palazzo Avino in Ravello, Italy, on Saturday. The Hollywood couple looked as happy as ever as they strolled down the beautiful streets, with Goldie wearing a stunning patterned dress.
The actress showed off her toned legs in the flowy number, which she paired with a pearl necklace, showing off her very young frame.
Her blonde hair was pulled back from her face in a ponytail, and she accentuated her sparkling blue eyes with black eyeliner.
Goldie completed her summer style with a set of gold earrings and a pair of sturdy brown shoes for their stroll. Kurt, on the other hand, is dressed in a khaki shirt, blue jeans and a gray baseball cap.
Goldie put her arm around the man’s shoulder as they walked and the pair were happy to be escorted by the hotel porter. They seemed to be having a good time and even stopped to take pictures with employees and a passerby.
Goldie and Kurt had a son, Wyatt, 35, and Kurt helped raise Goldie’s children from a previous marriage, Kate, 42, and Oliver, 45.
They starred as Santa and Mrs. Claus in the 2018 Netflix film series The Christmas Chronicles and will reprise their roles in the 2020 sequel The Christmas Chronicles 2.
Goldie said in a recent interview that the key to their romance is separate bathrooms. She added that the best part of the parenting guidance Kate offered was learning from my mistakes.
The show comes after Goldie opened up about Hollywood politics in an interview.
While interviewing the Goldie star, Megyn Kelly shared her thoughts on how she feels Middle America interprets Hollywood’s messages.
She believes that’s why it drives people crazy when Hollywood acts holier-than-thou and starts lecturing middle America on morality and so on, she explained.
These individuals in Iowa who have never done anything, who have never tried to put anybody on the couch… They say, ‘You should reserve your lectures for somebody else.’
That’s exactly right, Goldie agreed with the former host. And the notion that she has a sense of how to say it?
Doesn’t Hollywood have too many missions? And someone wants to put their name on something you believe in, but it doesn’t matter. And that’s true.
Goldie added that she stayed in her lane. The fact is that if they do something, they want to do it for everyone, not just for a certain group or whatever.
Creating teams on both sides of the aisle adds to the polarization. And she doesn’t believe they do that. She believes they entertain, and she believes they raise people’s awareness of their potential to laugh, to feel joy, to experience it, and to grieve.
They are emotional beings who evoke feelings in others. And in this situation, she believes they are useful.