Kate Hudson is making sure she raises her kids to be as grounded as possible.
The 41-year-old actress said it's important her children learn the difference between what they're "entitled" to and what are "privileges".
"Everything else is a privilege," she added. "And I'll take it away in a heartbeat if you're not respecting our home's moral compass."
Although she confesses that she's lenient when it comes to "matters of the heart," as long as her kids are "doing their part."
The How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days actress shares daughter Rani Rose, two, with boyfriend Danny Fujikawa. plus sons Bingham "Bing" Hawn, nine, with Muse front man Matthew Bellamy and Ryder Russell, 16 with ex-husband Chris Robinson.
Hudson appeared in the interview with her brother Oliver, who said although him and his sister do have similar parenting styles, she tends to be a bit stricter.
"I'm very liberal in letting my kids watch whatever movies, and I curse in front of my kids," the father to seven-year-old daughter Rio Laura, Bodhi Hawn, 10, and Wilder Brooks, 13.
"If I curse in front of her kids, it's, 'Oliver!'" he joked.
The siblings, who co-host the podcast Sibling Revelry together, said they're lucky that their parents Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell never told them how to live their lives, saying they allowed them to 'go own their own path' and 'allowed them to make mistakes'.
"They clearly did something right," Kate said. "because there's no one I'd rather spend time with than them."