One thing’s for sure, little kids sure know how to make a mum feel special on their birthday, and Kate Hudson’s adorable two-year-old daughter, Rani Rose is no exception!

The Almost Famous actress celebrated her 42nd birthday on Monday, and took to Instagram to thank everyone for their well wishes, sharing a sweet video she was sent while at work showing little Rani Rose singing Happy and blowing out imaginary candles.

WATCH: Rani Rose’s birthday serenade below. Continues after …

In the heartwarming clip, Kate’s boyfriend Danny Fujikawa counts down “1, 2, 3” as their daughter then says “Go!” before singing the song and if that’s not enough cute for you, she follows the sweet rendition by laughing and blowing on the camera.

Feeling all warm and fuzzy, the How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days star captioned the post: “A super early set call means I miss the morning birthday snuggle but this…THIS! A text from my big guy @mr.ryderrobinson, a face time from my Bingo and a song from my girl. Birthday love felt and heard.

“Thank you all for the love today. Already feel it and it ain’t even noon 🙏❤️.”

Kate is also a mum to sons, Ryder, 17 with Black Crowes frontman, Chris Robinson  and Bingham, 9 with Muse singer, Matt Bellamy who she thanked for their thoughtfulness.

Stars like Paris Hilton, Kelly Rowland, Naomi Campbell and Courtney Cox have been quick to comment on the adorable post.

Actor Juliette Lewis summed it all up with: “Ummmmm. This absolute cuteness overload!!!😍😍😮🏆❤️🙌”


Kate, who was raised by her actor mum, the beautiful Gold Hawn spoke with PEOPLE last year for their 2020 Beautiful Issue last year about what she hoped to pass down to her daughter Rani from her own experience.

“My mum gave me the floor to be able to feel confident enough to go out and feel like my life could be my own,” she said at the time. “Mum was my greatest cheerleader. And it just made me think about Rani … going, ‘I hope I give her that kind of confidence,’ you know?”

The Bride Wars star added, “Mum always said to me, ‘Don’t you ever let a man dim your light.’ So I’ve never defined myself through the way a man sees me, but I can define myself in the unit that we can create together. That is what Mum gave to me.”