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Bosworth: Polish sees wedding as work

Published 15/02/2013

Kate Bosworth
Kate Bosworth

Kate Bosworth is feeling less stressed about her upcoming wedding to director Michael Polish because he says planning the nuptials is just like orchestrating any other production.

The actress and Big Sur director Michael Polish announced their engagement last August after dating for more than a year.

While she’s started to do a little bit of wedding planning, Kate admits the details are becoming overwhelming.

She hasn’t even begun looking at bridal gowns.

"I haven't really thought that much about that detail yet. There are lots of things I need to figure out,” she told E! Online.

Kate said her husband-to-be doesn’t mind her nonchalant attitude.

To her delight, he’s approaching the wedding like work.

"He's a filmmaker so he said, 'Don't worry. A wedding is just a production. I do it all the time,' " she explained.

As the network reports, Kate spent much of Valentine’s Day at an event for the new Topshop/Topman store in Los Angeles.

But she insists she’s the “biggest romantic” despite not getting in much alone time with her beau on the holiday.

The amorous couple definitely does their best to show their affection on occasions big and small.

Kate gushed about receiving a special birthday surprise from Michael to celebrate her 30th birthday on January 2.

The actress woke up to a beautiful bouquet of roses and lilies from the director.

She immediately tweeted a photograph of the flowers to her followers, calling the gesture a “beautiful way to start my birthday”.

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