Kate Hudson under fire for comments on C-Sections

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And this from another Hudson fan: 'C-section laziest thing SHE'S ever done.

The comment quickly drew criticism from many angry readers who took to social media to slam the movie star. "The heal time? The 9 months of work prior?" Hey, she even starred in one of our favourite ever Instagram video series when Cara Delevingne spent Thanksgiving with her family and they did a song and dance routine to Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk, and shared an awesome meme of ex-Trump employee Anthony Scaramucci after he quit the White House in 10 days.

"I thought of you as a brilliant trailblazer and now I'm just without words that you used your platform to announce your c-section was 'lazy, '" wrote another user on Instagram.

One netizen who came to her defense who claims to have had three C-sections in the last four years said that she found the comment amusing. How very inappropriate and insensitive, ' wrote one follower.

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However, many fans have defended Kate and pointed out that she was only referring to herself rather than all women who have a C-section. For her cover story in Cosmopolitan's October issue, the actress filled out a quiz that included prompts like "My post-sweat-session hacks", and "What I do to de-stress". I think that's the furthest thing from lazy! "My baby is breech and most likely will still be at 34 weeks due to her being so early, I will have to get a c section".

Kate had Ryder by C-section whilst Bingham was a VBAC birth. She in no way said all C-Sections are lazy or that women who have them are lazy. "I had all plans to go natural and was 10cm dilated and pushing for hours until I had my baby come out via emergency c section". 'I was in labour. Kate said she was having contractions 2-5 minutes apart, but nothing was happening.

'The doctor said I could go home, but it was such a pain in the butt to get to hospital because we were being stalked by photographers. I just don't want to do this again.

The rate of C-sections in the United States was 33 percent in 2013 - well above the "medically necessary" target of 10 percent to 15 percent that the World Health Organization says is ideal, the Post said. And so I got drugged up'.

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