Kate Hudson Reportedly Splits From Fiancé Matt Bellamy — Inside Their Breakup

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Dec. 8 2014, Published 5:34 p.m. ET

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Kate Hudson will be ringing in the holiday season without her engagement ring. has learned that Goldie Hawn’s daughter has reportedly ended her engagement to Muse frontman Matthew Bellamy, after more than three years together.

Hudson and Bellamy got engaged in April 2011, and welcomed son Bingham three months later. Hudson already had a son, Ryder, 10, with ex-husband Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes.

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But despite their history together, Hudson, 35, seemed to cool on the idea of marriage in recent months, as the couple spent more and more time apart.

In February, she said, “My parents aren’t married,” during an appearance on Live! With Kelly and Michael. “And planning a wedding is a lot. ... So no. Not getting married anytime soon, no.”

And in July, she insisted, "We've got kids and a family and we've got to find our time together alone. We are in it. I think if we do get married it will be for the kids, really. For us, we're just happy."

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"I know that's not really necessarily a golden ticket but there is something beautiful about the security of marriage," she continued. "And we'll get there when we get there."

But now, it seems they won’t get there after all.

According to, who broke the news of the split, Bellamy, 36, was a no-show at Hudson’s family Thanksgiving festivities. And last night, he was partying at the Koko club in London while Hudson was hanging at The Nice Guy nightclub in L.A.

The last time they were seen together in public was at a charity event for Hawn in L.A. On November 21.

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