Thursday, October 2, 2014

Goldie Hawn Looks Half Her Age In Vibrant Orange Tank Top And Matching Sandals As She Enjoys Lunch In Beverly Hills

At 68-years-old, Goldie Hawn continues to prove that age is just a number.

The legendary actress cut a youthful figure as she stepped out for lunch at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills on Tuesday.

The Oscar-winning star looked cheerful and radiant in a bright orange tank top, matching sandals and summery white trousers.

She also wore large sunglasses and carried a white leather handbag.

As always, the Private Benjamin star looked in great shape and stays that way with plenty of exercise.

The star aims for four workouts a week, plus Pilates, yoga and meditation sessions.

Goldie is also a cyclist and is regularly seen pedaling around the streets as she continues her keep fit mission.

Her daughter Kate Hudson shared with Good Morning Britain: 'My mom is all about a healthy lifestyle but my mom knows how to have a good time; everyone has their vices.'

As far as staying in a good mental place the legend has said, 'Live now and be happy. Or as happy as you intend to be.'

And Goldie is trying to help others live better lives as well, especially children.

In September, she appeared on the Queen Latifah show where she talked about MindUp, a worldwide program of the Hawn Foundation she created 10 years ago to promote resilience and hope in children.

The program teaches children and adults how to increase their focus, create optimism and happiness through tools such as breathing exercises, slowing down and gratitude.

Goldie explained what motivated her to create the program.

'Just looking at children who I always adored even before my own children, was basically my philanthropy,' she told Queen Latifah.

'These children were showing signs of distress. We see them in violence, an inability to focus. We see anxiety, depression, suicide. Too much was going on.

'It just brought me to tears every time I'd see another school shooting.'

Goldie also wrote a book called 10 Mindful Minutes, which presents simple and practical ways to develop mindfulness in children and parents.

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