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Will Kate Hudson and Matt Bellamy Marry Before Baby Arrives?

By Natalie |

Kate HudsonKate Hudson is one of my favorite celebrity moms, and I love to keep up with what’s going on in her life. Whether she’s talking about her unconventional family and why she loves it or why she’s not a fan of her pregnant body, she always does it with grace, humor, and style. But one thing I always wonder about is whether she and her boyfriend Matt Bellamy plan to marry?

Kate and Matt have been dating since Spring 2010. From all accounts, they seem happy and like a good match for each other. They’re obviously in love and plan to stay together…so are wedding bells going to ring before the arrival of their baby late summer of this year?

No. Kate told InStyle magazine “I wouldn’t count it out, but Matthew and I kind of skipped that part and went right to the good stuff!”

Kate was married once before to rocker Chris Robinson. They two married in 2000, separated in 2006, and divorced in 2007. They have a son, Ryder, who is 6 years-old.

Hudson said she doesn’t necessarily believe that people need to be married to be happy. “My mom Goldie Hawn was married twice, and then she met my dad (Kurt) who was married before.”

Goldie Hawn and Kirk Russell have been together since 1983 – 28 years! – and they aren’t married. Maybe Kate plans to follow in her mom’s footsteps?

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