Goldie Hawn hints that Muse's Matt Bellamy and Kate Hudson are married

Has actress let slip that her daughter has secretly wed the frontman?

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Goldie Hawn has hinted that Muse's Matt Bellamy and her daughter, actress Kate Hudson, are now married.

Speaking to the Evening Standard, Hawn – who has starred in Hollywood films such as The First Wives Club and Death Becomes Her - seemingly let slip that Bellamy and Hudson have tied the knot in secret.

Bellamy and Hudson were thought to be engaged and in July last year welcomed the birth of their baby boy Bingham. Speaking about her children, however, Hawn said: "My kids are fantastic with their children, they have an amazing parental ethic and I'm very proud of them for that."

She then added:

When my daughter Kate married an English rock star it didn't worry me; all that matters [is] that the relationship is a good one. What people do is not necessarily who they are.


Representatives for Bellamy and Hudson are yet to comment on Hawn's interview. Muse are currently working on a new studio album. The LP, which is scheduled for release in October 2012, will be the Devonshire trio's sixth album and the follow-up to their 2009 effort 'The Resistance'. Last month (February 26), they posted photos from their LA studio online which showed them recording the brass and string sections for the record.

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