Kate Hudson revealed that she has been writing music since she was 19 and the only regret she has is not sharing that music with the world. However, the 43-year-old actress announced that she will be releasing her debut album next year.

"I've been making a record for, like, a year," she said during her appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday. "You know, I had this thing at COVID – every time you're doing interviews, people are like, 'Do you have any regrets?' I go, 'I'm early 40s. Like, not yet.'"

The actress said that she focused on writing music during the COVID lockdown and added that if she doesn't share her music now, then it might become one of her biggest regrets. Hudson noted that she has "no expectations" from the debut album, adding, "I just want to put a record out, and so I'm doing it."

She further shared that the music album will be released next year, and Fallon immediately invited her to sing a song from her debut album on his show. "If you feel comfortable, come on our show and sing a song," Fallon said, to which the actress replied, "I will."

On the acting front, Hudson began her career with the TV series "Party of Five" in 1996. She went on to work in movies like "Almost Famous" released in 2000, and "The Divorce" in 2003.

She will be next seen in a comedy crime drama, "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery," alongside Daniel Craig, Dave Bautista, Edward Norton and Kathryn Hahn. The movie is penned and directed by Rian Johnson. It is slated to release on Netflix on Dec. 23.

The actress will also feature in a comedy flick titled "A Little White Lie," which is helmed by director Michael Maren and is expected to come out in February next year.

On the personal front, Hudson got engaged to Danny Fujikawa last year. The couple welcomed their first child named, Rani Rose, together in 2018.

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Pictures of Kate Hudson breastfeeding her daughter while working out have surfaced online. In Picture: New WW ambassador Kate Hudson kicks off 2019 by talking wellness, family and finding balance on January 10, 2019 in New York City. Getty Images/Ilya S. Savenok