She welcomed her third child, daughter Rani, just a month ago.
But Kate Hudson got back to work on Tuesday, as she joined designer Michael Kors for an event to promote his charity campaign.
With her blonde hair in a chic, tousled bob, and wearing a long-sleeved patterned dress, the actress sat on stage at the event in Los Angeles.
Day job: Kate Hudson gets back to work after the birth of month-old baby Rani as new mom hosts charity campaign in Los Angeles on Tuesday
© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited
The two talked about Kors Cares, the designer’s fundraiser for the World Food Program.
Joining them on stage were Tina Leung and Rohan Asad.
As for Kate, she was looking radiant after the birth of her daughter.
The 39-year-old actress welcomed Rani Rose with boyfriend Danny Fujikawka last month, and sources have said she’s been over the moon with her new arrival.
An insider said: ‘[Kate] can’t stop smiling. She’s always wanted a daughter so this is really a dream come true.’
The Almost Famous actress already has sons Ryder, 14, and Bingham, seven, from previous relationships, and the two boys are ‘so excited’ to be big brothers to their sister.
Speaking to People magazine, the source added: ‘And her big brothers are so excited – they’ll be so protective and sweet to her always.’
Kate announced she had given birth to her baby daughter on her Instagram page.
She wrote: ‘We have decided to name our daughter Rani (pronounced Ronnie) after her grandfather, Ron Fujikawa. Ron was the most special man who we all miss dearly. To name her after him is an honor. Everyone is doing well and happy as can be. Our family thanks you for all the love and blessings that have been sent our way and we send ours right back.’
But while Kate is enjoying the baby snuggles right now, she has plenty of projects in the pipeline.
She will star in the forthcoming Sia biopic Sisters, out next year.
And she is set to star with Craig Robinson in Blood Moon, the upcoming third feature film from writer director Ana Lily Amirphour, with Zac Efron also in talks to join the cast.
The news comes from Deadline, who report that the new fantasy adventure from the A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night filmmaker will be produced by John Lesher.
The upcoming project focuses on a girl who possesses strange and dangerous abilities, and escapes from a mental asylum in Now Orleans.
Kate’s last big screen role came as Eleanor Strubing in 2017’s Harshall, while the previous year saw her appear in Kung Fu Panda 3, Mother’s Day and Deepwater Horizon.