Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 22 October 2014

Kate Hudson 'planning London wedding'

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson is reportedly planning to marry in London next year.

The actress and her fiancé Matt Bellamy have been engaged for over a year and also have one-year-old son Bingham together. Although they have kept quiet about the wedding plans, it's rumoured they will tie the knot in Matt's native UK in 2013.

"He's going to wear a top hat and tails and she's going to have a really extravagant dress," a source told National Enquirer.

"She wants it to be the event of the year."

The pair apparently want the affair to be traditional so it's thought Kate will don a white dress.

She is divorced from The Black Crowes star Chris Robinson and apparently wants her second wedding to be different to her first, which took place at a ski lodge in Aspen.

Kate and Chris have eight-year-old son Ryder together and the 33-year-old recently said her happy home life keeps her looking young.

"I think finding a sense of happiness in yourself, and contentment, and doing the things you love to do and focusing your life on being, you know - happy - is probably the most important thing for feeling beautiful inside and out," she said.

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