Kate Hudson Explains Ryder’s Bandaged Arm

Kate Hudson Explains Ryder's Bandaged Arm

Kate Hudson has solved the mystery of her son Ryder‘s wrist “injury.”

When we spotted the 6-year-old last week he was sporting a bandage on his arm, but he seemed to make a remarkably fast recovery because by yesterday the splint was gone.

“The bandage is an interesting subject because it’s more of like a cool thing,” Kate explains to Entertainment Tonight. “He’s not hurt. It’s more like a prop for storytelling. He likes to make up really elaborate stories about how he hurt himself, which he didn’t do. And then he looks at me and he’s like, ‘See mom? They’re asking me about my splint.’”

Sounds like she’s got a very creative kid!

Ryder’s dad is Black Crowes rocker Chris Robinson.

Filed under: Kate Hudson,Ryder Robinson

Photo credit: Pacific Coast News

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  1. Anonymous123456

    So, basically, she’s allowing her son to lie in order to get attention? And she is okay with this?
    WTF!

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  2. Anonymous

    sounds like this kid is like his mom, attention seeking and looking for love. seriously what a stupid thing to do! and its surprising that hudson would go along with her sons strange imagination. clearly this is not normal and clearly showing signs of a toubled mind. one good thing about hudson being dumped by arod is that shes been forced to spend more time with her son. ryder isnt yah typical young kid hes clearly showing negative signs of his moms bad parental skills.

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  3. Anonymous

    Jeez he’s just a kid. I don’t know about you guys but I loved putting on band -aids and pretend to have a broken arm or leg but i guess my parent’s didn’t let me leave the house with it. It’s just a game, not a lie. If you see this as a lie everything kids do would almost be a lie playing dressup, playing with dolls, playing teacher,…

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  4. Anonymous

    Jeez he’s just a kid. I don’t know about you guys but I loved putting on band -aids and pretend to have a broken arm or leg but i guess my parent’s didn’t let me leave the house with it. It’s just a game, not a lie. If you see this as a lie everything kids do would almost be a lie playing dressup, playing with dolls, playing teacher,…

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  5. Francesca

    That sounds like a children’s form of Munchausen…scary!

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  6. Sophia

    Wow, way to make a big deal out of a tiny, tiny thing. So Ryder wants to wear a bandage do enhance an imaginary game he likes to play. Exactly why is that so bad? My little sister used to do the exact same thing when she was about eight, and she’s now a lovely, healthy, normal, honest fifteen-year-old. I really don’t see what the big idea is.

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