Kurt Russell: Marrying Goldie would be 'a business deal'

Kurt Russell has revealed there is
Kurt Russell has revealed there is "no good news" regarding a wedding between him and his life-long partner Goldie Hawn.

KURT Russell and Goldie Hawn are not going to get married - because they're happy as they are.

The 64-year-old actor has been in a relationship with Goldie, 70, for 32 years and although rumours regularly circulate that the couple are going to finally take the plunge and tie the knot, Kurt insists there are no wedding plans on the horizon.

Quizzed on the possibility of wedding bells in their future during an interview on 'Extra', he said: "I was just talking to Goldie last night, I said, 'I should really have fun things to say. I have none.' They trot that one (the marriage story) out every four or five years, now that we're four hundred years old ... No unfortunately, for those that need to hear yes, I do not have good news."

Goldie - who raised three children, Oliver Hudson, Kate Hudson and Wyatt Russell, with 'The Hateful Eight' star - recently shared with the world what she thinks the key is to her and Kurt's long-lasting romance.

She said: "A lasting relationship isn't about marriage. It's about compatibility and communication. Intention is the key. It's also about not losing yourself in each other. Being together, two pillars holding up the house and the roof, and being different, not having to agree on everything, learning how to deal with not agreeing."

Goldie also admitted the pair never felt the need to wed because ultimately a marriage becomes a "business deal".

She shared: "We've both been married before, it didn't work, so why do it again? A marriage ends up being a business deal, no matter how long or short it is somebody owes somebody money."

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