On the red carpet of the annual Goldie's Love In For Kids benefit in Beverly Hills, California, on Friday night, the mother-daughter duo told reporters they plan on spending the day in bed being served brunch and mimosas by the men of the family.
"We’re going to Kate's," Hawn said. "Everybody's kids will make things, and all the guys will be there, and then we'll all get in bed and eat."
Hudson, 37, dressed in a lacy one-shoulder black dress, said she often gets asked about the best piece of advice she's gotten from mom Hawn. "It can never be one thing," Hudson said. "She's my great confidante."
"What makes mom the best is that she never put any expectations too high on the kids," Hudson told PEOPLE in April. "She just wanted us to be doing the things that made us happy, as long as we were working hard, but we never had to live up to something."
Meanwhile, Hawn, 70, gushed about seeing her kids as parents.
"I think they are amazing parents," the First Wives Club star said, dressed in a hot-pink, bell-bottomed suit with a silky purple top. "You can’t tell your kids what to do, but you can show them. And by example your kids learn ultimately [it's] not what you say, it’s what you do. So, they’ve watched us for better or worse.”
Hudson is the mother of two sons – Ryder, 12, and Bingham, 4. Her latest movie Mother's Day is currently in theaters.
In addition to Hudson, Hawn has three children – Oliver Hudson, Wyatt Russell, and Boston Russell.
Profits from Goldie's Love In For Kids benefit go to her Mind Up program, which helps kids reduce stress and increase concentration through the Buddhist technique of Mindfulness Training.
Reporting by REAGAN ALEXANDER