Tuesday, 5 July 2016

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Kate Hudson had a cheeky message in store for her fans in honour of Independence Day.

The 37-year-old shared an Instagram snap of herself riding a bike as she angled her derriere in the direction of the camera, wearing a red, white, and blue bikini from her own line of active wear, Fabletics.

'From my airbrushed a** to yours... Happy fourth!!!' Kate captioned the image, posted on Monday.

Taken beside a scenic view of a nearby mountain top, Kate looked incredible with her bright blonde locks styled into glossy waves.

Seductively angling her gym-honed physique, the actress gave the camera a flirty expression as she gripped the handlebars to the teal bike.

Kate must be making the most of her Fourth Of July holiday weekend, now that the actress has wrapped filming the drama Marshall.

The film follows a young Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman), the first African American to become a Supreme Court Justice.

Kate shared an Instagram snap of herself dressed in costume on Sunday, announcing an end to filming.

'That's a wrap on Marshall...What a great time we all had making this film! @joshgad @chadwickboseman @sterlingkb1 @thatdanstevens @reggiehudlin Thank you Buffalo for being gracious and lovely! Till next time #MarshallTheMovie,' she wrote in the caption.

Kate, whose mother is Goldie Hawn, also runs her own line of workout wear, Fabletic

The fitness enthusiast, who will next be seen in upcoming film Deepwater Horizon, told Self Magazine earlier this year that she likes to mix up her exercise regime and believes a balanced mindset is key to staying fit.

She rotates between pilates, outdoor exercise, spin class and yoga, and believes women should celebrate their bodies, she said.

'We’ve been programmed to feel like we’re under this great obligation as women to look and be a certain way,' she told Self. 'And that’s not our fault. That’s what culture and society have gifted us as women. Thank you but no thank you.' 

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