Kate Hudson's engagement to Muse front-man Matthew Bellamy is officially over, as the couple have scrapped their four-year-old plans to get hitched, according to People magazine. "Kate and Matt have been separated for some time now," says Hudson's rep, who is clearly disappointed that we're just noticing now. "Despite this, they remain very close friends and committed co-parents." Their son, Bingham, was born in 2011, three months after Bellamy proposed to Hudson.
X17online originally reported the news, with a breathless source claiming, "Kate doesn't ever want to get divorced again, and she wasn't sure marriage with Matt was the right choice. There is still a lot of love there, and they plan to amicably co-parent their son. Who knows what the future holds for them, but right now it's not a wedding." Well, sure. Hudson was previously married to Black Crowes front-man Chris Robinson, with whom she has a 10-year-old son, Ryder.
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