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Thursday 18 September 2014

Kate Hudson ‘too busy for wedding’

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson and her fiancé Matt Bellamy are too busy to even consider their wedding at the moment.

The actress is engaged to Muse rocker Matt Bellamy, who she has young son Bingham with. She also has son, Ryder, with her ex-husband Chris Robinson.

At the moment the 33-year-old’s focus is on her sons, so she and Matt are yet to even think about their big day.

“Now it’s just nice if we manage any time together because we have a 19 month old and a nine year old! We will get married, but we just don’t know, where or what. We just have no time,” she laughed to the British edition of Closer magazine.

Although she has such a busy home life, Kate does make some time for herself. She feels best when she is exercising regularly and explained how she toned up after having Bingham.

“I’m dancing, I do spinning sometimes, ride my bike,” she explained. “I run after my kids!”

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