Kate Hudson sends a fake mule with cocktail ingredients to her friends’ doorstep

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Kate Hudson surprised several of her friends, including Courteney Cox and Nina Dobrev, by sending a special gift to each of their doorsteps on Monday, May 31.

The 42-year-old actress sent a few performers dressed as a mule to deliver each of her friends a Moscow mule ingredient pack and a table on which to make the drinks.

Other recipients of the lighthearted gift included Cindy Crawford, Reese Witherspoon and Molly Sims.

Wishing them the best: Kate Hudson surprised several of her friends, including Courteney Cox, by sending a mule with a tray of cocktail ingredients to their door on Monday

Cox looked very casual when she received the gift, as she was wearing a blue and beige button-up flannel shirt.

The Friends star, 56, tucked her top into form-fitting jeans that added an element of light color to her clothing ensemble.

Her striking dark brown hair contrasted perfectly with the beautiful shadow of her eyes as she posed for the photo.

Dobrev seemed a little more animated as she spent time with the mule and smiled broadly as she picked up one of the cans of tonic.

Close Friends: The Almost Famous actress sent the gift to other artists such as Courteney Cox, Nina Dobrev and Molly Sims, among others

Close Friends: The Almost Famous actress sent the gift to other artists such as Courteney Cox, Nina Dobrev and Molly Sims, among others

Take it easy: The Vampire Diaries star kept it casual and wore a graphic printed button-up shirt as she received her gift

Take it easy: The Vampire Diaries star kept it casual and wore a graphic printed button-up shirt as she received her gift

The 32-year-old actress was dressed in a striking button-up shirt with several images taken from the pages of a comic book.

The Vampire Diaries star also wore a pair of high-cut white denim shorts.

The artist’s gorgeous brown hair fell like a waterfall down her bum as she marveled at Hudson’s surprise gift.

Sims seemed very grateful for the unexpected gift and was pictured preparing to take a sip from a large bottle of vodka.

Comfy Clothes: Sims were wearing a brown button-up vest and sweatpants when she stepped out of her house to see what Hudson had sent

Comfy Clothes: Sims were wearing a brown button-up vest and sweatpants when she stepped out of her house to see what Hudson had sent

Eager actress: The performer appeared to be taking a sip from the bottle of vodka the Fool's Gold actress had sent with the rest of the cocktail ingredients

Eager actress: The performer appeared to be taking a sip from the bottle of vodka the Fool’s Gold actress had sent with the rest of the cocktail ingredients

The actress, 48, wore a brown cardigan sweater and adorned it with several sets of earrings.

The former Las Vegas cast member contrasted the earthy tone of her top with light blue athletic sweatpants with a pair of pink bands down her left leg.

Her luscious blonde hair fell to her shoulders, beautifully offsetting the neutral tone of her sweater.

The drink kits include a canned case of sparkling tonic water and a bottle of Hudson’s very own King St. Vodka.

Doing her thing: Hudson launched King St. Vodka in 2019, adding a bottle of her own spirits to every gift

Doing her thing: Hudson launched King St. Vodka in 2019, adding a bottle of her own spirits to every gift

The Almost Famous actress launched the brand in 2019 in an effort to create space for more female involvement in spirits making.

Shortly after the brand’s launch, she spoke with People and indicated that although women make up the majority of vodka drinkers, relatively few are involved in making the spirit.

Hudson said the situation was “very interesting to me because there is such a huge white space for women in craft vodka — and vodka in particular is 56 percent consumed and bought by women.”

She went on to say that she wanted to set an example for others who wanted to learn how to make vodka and other types of alcoholic beverages.

Set an example: The artist started the brand with the intention of creating a space for other women interested in making spirits

Set an example: The artist started the brand with the intention of creating a space for other women interested in making spirits

“There’s a very small, amazing group of women in ghosts — but it’s small. So that was really intriguing to me. As a woman, you are a disruptor in this space,” she said.

The star of How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days also noted that while she has several other entrepreneurial ventures, King St. has become a personal favorite of hers.

“I still have a lot to learn, but it’s one of the most on-brand activities I’ve done to date. This is a celebration of this one gem we created, and now we can enjoy it and hope other people enjoy it,” the artist said.

Hudson concluded by saying that she was happy to run the company and to be able to distribute drinks at all of her professional events.

She said, “All the things I do usually involve booze…it’s the perfect complement to my other projects. We love to throw a party and now I can throw vodka for free!

Serious interest: Hudson spoke about her vodka business in an interview with People, saying King St. was

Serious interest: Hudson spoke about her vodka business in an interview with People, saying King St. was “one of the most on-brand businesses I’ve done to date”

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