Kate Hudson is baring it all in London…well, almost!
In a photo posted to her Instagram on Saturday, the Bride Wars actress can be seen topless while sitting on the floor in front of a bay window as she sipped her morning brew.
"🌞's out ☕️☕️☕️," she wrote in the caption.
The image shows Hudson, 43, wearing black underwear while only her long blonde tresses cover part of her chest.
Hudson looked cozy hanging out in the sun-drenched room as she held her phone in one hand and sipped a warm drink with the other.
Followers and famous friends, including her brother Oliver Hudson, flocked to the comments section to express their opinions on the image.
Gaining thousands of "likes" with his sense of humor, Oliver, 45, simply wrote, "Nope.."
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The siblings share a close bond and often display their interactions on social media platforms.
Last November, Oliver opened up to PEOPLE about sharing photos and videos of himself in the nude on Instagram, crediting the family environment he was raised in for why he's so comfortable in his own skin today.
"It comes from growing up in a very open family, honestly," he said at the time. "Nudity has never been taboo. We were all born naked and it's the way it is."
"Even now with my kids, we're just naked people. That's just the way it is," he added. "I'm definitely comfortable with it."
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In September, Hudson posted a funny video of himself running away in the snow while in the nude. The video, he said, was initially taken down by Instagram, but that didn't deter the actor and Sibling Revelry podcast host from posting it again.
"I had my son filming it. The behind-the-scenes of that Instagram post is amazing because I'm upset with him because he's not getting it right," he shared. "It's really funny. Instagram took it down and I'm like, 'What is going on?' And I decided to just look up what Instagram is, and what it does and the amount of photos that are on Instagram that are far more salacious than what I put out, are up. But then I re-posted it. I re-posted it because I was, 'Come on you guys, what, really?' And so we'll see what happens."