Drew Barrymore & Kate Hudson Get Candid About Co-Parenting & How They Feel About Their Exes

Drew Barrymore and Kate Hudson are having a deep discussion about parenting.

The two stars, who both co-parents, spoke out about their experiences with co-parenting in a conversation on The Drew Barrymore Show.

Drew co-parents her two daughters, Olive, 10 and Frankie, 8, with ex Will Kopelman, and Kate co-parents Ryder, 18, with ex-husband Chris Robinson, Bingham, 11, with ex Matt Bellamy, and Rani Rose, 4, with fiancé Danny Fujikawa.

Together, they talked about how they should “champion our exes.”

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“I think love changes form. You don’t just stop loving someone. Even in the worst possible scenario. Even in relationships that can go really south, I believe there’s always a way back to finding a place where you can have compassion and still feel that love, just differently,” Kate said.

“Also, I’ve made mistakes in my past,” Drew said.

“You know what man, you screwed up, I screwed up. Sometimes, you literally break up with nothing to point to which is really hard and confusing.”

“We should champion our exes. Like, we should be able to, you don’t have to be best friends, especially if they have a new person in their life,” Drew continued.

“I am co-parenting with someone, and although we might not be married anymore, and he’s even married with his beautiful new wife, Allie, our wonderful stepmother, we’re in a daily engagement and our relationship has never been better. It’s a different dream.”

Kate Hudson recently commented on the “nepo babies” debate as well.

Watch the discussion…

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