Goldie Hawn appeared as a guest host on The View yesterday, and praised the beauty and people of Vancouver. She said that moving to Vancouver was one of the best things that her family had ever done. Hawn recalled how she and longtime partner Kurt Russell moved from California to Canada so their son Wyatt could play hockey.
"Let me tell you something, life in Vancouver is different," said Hawn. "It's very different. It's beautiful, people live an alternative lifestyle. It was fabulous. Freeing."
Rosie O'Donnell also praised Vancouver's beauty.
Hawn and Russell moved back to California last year. Wyatt, 20, spent the 2006 hockey season in Ontario playing goalie for the Brampton Capitals.
The famous couple sold their 6,800-square-foot Tudor-style home on Cypress Street in the Shaughnessy neighbourhood of Vancouver earlier this year for a reported $5.4 million CDN (4.8 mil US). The mansion has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a games room, gym, sauna and theatre.
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