On a movie set in 1968, 15-year-old Kurt Russell and 20-year-old Goldie Hawn crossed paths. Breaking Hollywood conventions, their extraordinary love tale started. Despite their early differences, their paths eventually crossed and they developed a close bond.
Already a rising star, Goldie had to overcome obstacles in a field dominated by men. Kurt moved from Disney parts to more gritty roles. Their romantic adventure began when their lives crossed in the 1984 movie “Swing Shift.” Wyatt, their son, was born in 1986.
Kurt and Goldie are an unusual couple in a world where marriages in Hollywood are short lived. Their idea that their love is greater than formalities and their prior experiences led them to decide against getting married.
They have forged a strong bond by placing a high value on vulnerability and authenticity in their relationship.
With four children and six grandchildren, their blended family is a testament to their unwavering love.
They prioritize being together and find comfort in shared houses despite obstacles.
Together with being icons of Hollywood, Kurt and Goldie represent a kind of love that endures without the need for formalities or awards ceremonies as they travel forward.