Getty Images; @katehudson/Instagram
Stacey Leasca
January 03, 2018

Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell are without question the definition of couple goals, and their annual family trip to Aspen is further proof of their perfection.

The pair, who have been together since 1983, are often spotted in the Colorado winter wonderland over the holiday season and this year was no different. First, People spotted the pair just before Christmas as they strolled through town while doing a bit of Christmas shopping for their extended brood. The pair also looked like the coolest version of Mr. and Mrs. Claus, with each rocking their best shearling and fur-lined coats.

While Russell looked as rugged as ever with a full beard and faded jeans, Hawn looked simply timeless in her all black everything, long blonde locks flowing out of her hood.

Hawn recently claimed that she doesn’t have a regular beauty secret to keep her looking ageless, however. Instead, she said, “I try to drink my juices. I try to work out every day a little bit. I find moments in the day. I have short meditation spurts during the day, if I don't have a long one in the morning, which sometimes the phone rings and you're off and running, but I do find time to get quiet. I hike. I bike. I try to have as much fun as possible.”

And she certainly had plenty of fun in Aspen, if her daughter Kate Hudson’s Instagram photos are any indication.

Pendleton love birds ❤️

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In a post, Hudson showed her parents cuddling up in their best ski sweaters with the caption, “Pendleton love birds.”

In her own post, Hawn showed off her silly side again as she hiked through the Colorado snow, telling everyone to have “the best year ever.”

Cheers to a joyous new year! ✌🏼

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And really, it’s no surprise the entire family loves spending time in Aspen. It is in their home state after all. As People noted, Hawn and Russell raised their children in nearby Snowmass, Colorado, so really, this annual tradition is just like going home again. Now if only they’d invite us to a family dinner.

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