Hudson: Couples Have 'Power' for Monogamy

Kate Hudson (search) says monogamy isn't "realistic," but believes couples have the power to be faithful. In an interview Thursday on syndicated TV show "Access Hollywood," (search) the 26-year-old actress said, "I don't believe (monogamy) is realistic. But, I believe that we, as people, have the power to make it happen."

She added: "I will not disrespect my husband and stray."

Hudson, the daughter of actress Goldie Hawn (search), married Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson (search) on Dec. 31, 2000. The couple have an 18-month-old son, Ryder.

Asked if she believes Robinson has remained faithful, Hudson said, "If you focus your attention on that, then you are always wondering if your husband or men are out there cheating on you.

"If for some reason, that's what he has to go do, I just don't want to know. As long as things are good in our house, just please, don't get caught."

Hudson was nominated for an Oscar for her role in 2000's "Almost Famous." (search) Her screen credits also include "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days," (search) "Alex & Emma," (search) "Le Divorce" (search) and the upcoming "The Skeleton Key." (search)