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    Kate Hudson and Matt Bellamy are still going strong, despite reports claiming that the engaged duo has split.

    A rep for the bubbly actress told the New York Daily News that the rumors swirling the famous couple are "not true."

    Hudson opened up about her engagement in late January during a guest appearance on Live! With Kelly and Michael.

    When asked if she's getting ready to walk down the aisle, she explained, "I'm planning nothing right now. I'm so busy, we've been so busy, and it's been great.

    "I come from an unconventional family—they're not married, my parents aren't married."

    She added that she wants to spend a considerable amount of time planning the upcoming nuptials—which, unfortunately, she doesn't have at the moment.

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    "There's a part of me that goes, if I'm going to do it, I'm going to do it right. I'm going to take the time to really plan it right, and it's a lot! Planning a wedding is a lot!"

    The actress even referenced her 2009 movie Bride Wars, by saying, "I mean, I did a movie about planning a wedding and that was a lot, let alone actually planning a wedding! So, no. Not anytime soon, no."

    Hudson has been sticking to the same story for a while now. In fact, last year she told E! News that she wanted to wait a bit longer to tie the knot.

    "The idea of having a ceremony would be really only for the families to be brought together in that sort of union," Hudson said. "It will happen eventually."

    Hudson and Bellamy announced their engagement in April 2011.

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