Bodhi Hawn Hudson, Oliver Hudson‘s son with wife Erinn Bartlett, was born on 19th of March 2010. Bodhi’s father Oliver is an American actor and producer. Bodhi’s parents started dating back in early 2002 and tied the wedding knot in 2006.
Bodhi is not the only kid in the family, he has two siblings. One is his elder brother Wilder Hudson and the other is his younger sister Rio Hudson.
Bodhi Hawn Hudson Is Born In The Hudson Family
As mentioned earlier, Bodhi Hawn Hudson is the son of versatile Hollywood actor and producer, Oliver Hudson. Oliver is best known for his role as Adam Rhodes on the hit television series Rules of Engagement.
Bodhi’s famous Hudson family includes actors-his grandmother, Goldie Hawn, his step-grandfather, Kurt Russell and his aunt Kate Hudson.
Bodhi’s father started dating his mother Erinn Bartlett who is also an actress back in 2002. The couple got married four years later in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The romantic pair have three children including two sons Wilder Brooks Hudson and Bodhi Hawn Hudson, and a daughter, Rio Laura.
Bodhi Hawn Hudson Loves Spending Time With Family
The Hudson family often enjoys relaxing vacations on beaches. Bodhi along with his parents and siblings also seem to enjoy a family trip.
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Oliver Hudson’s son Bodhi seems a bright kid and is quite young to follow his father’s footsteps. As of 2019, Bodhi is a 9-year-old kid who might be enjoying his school life and pursuing his education. However, there is no information regarding his lifestyle and school. Looks like the Hudson couple wants’ to keep their kid away from the media.
The Name Bodhi Hawn Hudson Was Inspired By His Grandmother’s Passion For Buddhism
Goldie Hawn’s third grandson, Bodhi Hawn Hudson was entirely different from the names of the Hudson family. Oliver’s son, Wilder and Kate Hudson’s Ryder, both are a matched pair of energetic, macho names. While Bodhi is quite soft and spiritual.
Bodhi is a Sanskrit name which gives the meaning of enlightenment or awakening associated with Buddhism.