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Owen Shops for A Ring

Chris filed divorce papers in LA making his split from Kate more official. That leaves the door way open for Owen to step in and seal the deal with Kate. Just how serious has it gotten? Well, Owen was spotted at Harry Winston looking at diamonds over the weekend but we're not jumping to any conclusions yet. Page Six reports:

The so-called "Butterscotch Stallion" was spotted Friday with his mother at the Harry Winston store at the Highland Park Mall in Dallas. "They were looking at a huge, pear-shaped, flawless diamond engagement ring," said our witness. Owen and Hudson fell in love filming "You, Me and Dupree" last year, and Hudson soon left rocker hubby Chris Robinson. Though the bauble was an engagement band, a rep for Wilson said, "Owen's mother was looking for jewelry for herself."

While we'd love to see Kate and Owen in a fairytale ending like the many romantic comedies they star in, we think it will take more time for this couple to get married. Stay tuned...


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stone_soup stone_soup 9 years
They would be great together! ____________________________________ Don't tick me off. Or you'll get it.
Luna13 Luna13 9 years
i love them together! i prefer her with oxen rather than chris!
maplesyrup maplesyrup 9 years
I don't like them together. It doesn't seem real to me, it's almost like a fling instead of a real relationship that's headed for marriage. Whatever, it's her life.
pink_magnetism pink_magnetism 9 years
I don't know if I believe this story.
siouxsie siouxsie 9 years
i think dora would say..."Karma viene para esa puta..." :-)
princis11 princis11 9 years
she and Chris had an open marriage... I think she was made references to it in several interviews. Their personalities never seemed to quite mesh. While I think leaving the person you share a child with is awful, I think staying in a marriage that is not working can be equally as damaging for all parties involved.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 9 years
i agree person can only take the same question being asked over and over for so long before it starts to wear on you! I saw THS Goldie & Kate..and she seems like such a good person!
Imabeliever Imabeliever 9 years
And isn't the Butterscotch Stallion reference to some sex act he performed in length to a waitress or extra who then tattled on him or something? Some kind of butt fetish?
Imabeliever Imabeliever 9 years
A girl is allowed to be a cranky bitch one article out of 100! LOL! They should be happy they don't have someone like me on thier hands..I am sweet unless anywhere near my period, or if hungry, or tired, or even slightly irked then I might just rip your head off! Even if I was making a couple mil to stomach some jackass asking me questions when I would rather take my extra 30 minutes and play with my son before the next press junket.
SaRaH-22 SaRaH-22 9 years
She is far my fav actress...and the 2 of them are starting to grow on me..i guess a little part of me is holding out for Matthew and her!
nycgirl nycgirl 9 years
Nice article.
slippery slippery 9 years
Crossing the Hudson She's the daughter of Hollywood royalty and has now moved from rom-com success to weightier drama. But, writes Helen Pidd, it's hard work telling when the acting stops and the real Kate Hudson starts Thursday July 28, 2005 The Guardian Kate Hudson is quite an actor. If I hadn't seen her expression when she traipsed into the room - not so much a face like a wet weekend but a gloomy, sodden fortnight in the world's worst resort - I would have believed the sunny, giggle-strewn chatter that emerged like a post-storm rainbow as soon as the microphone was switched on. But the image of Hudson that sticks is the one with the reluctant, limp handshake and grumpy, yawning pout, muttering to her PA, "What is this for? What are we doing?" To be fair, the woman is knackered. She's been on a whistlestop promotional tour of four countries in five days in support of the horror flick Skeleton Key and, quite understandably, would rather be back in the US, playing with her 18-month-old son Ryder than going through the motions with me. But she remains professional: now 26, and after eight years in the film industry - not to mention an upbringing steeped in the movies (Goldie Hawn is her mother and Kurt Russell her stepfather) - she can sure switch on the charm. That's not to say that she can't bite. When she doesn't want to answer a question she tuts, "That is so not important," following it up with a dazzling smile. It's like being one of the dweebs in Mean Girls. She has a knack of making you feel a bit dense, or that you are asking a stupid question, and it's only afterwards that you realise your inquiry was reasonable. In order to shape up (or indeed down) for Skeleton Key, Hudson lost 60lb in the three months after giving birth to her first child. So it seems reasonable to ask whether she feels there is too much pressure on women in Hollywood to adhere to near unattainable ideals of beauty and fitness. A straight answer is not forthcoming. "What do you think?" she asks, cocking her head to one side slightly as she takes a long drag of her cigarette. I say that I imagine there is, but I want to know what she thinks. A sharp retort: "The pressure would come from people like you, wouldn't it?" More smiling. After a little sparring she admits that the "only" time she has felt any pressure in her whole career was when she had to lose the weight so quickly for Skeleton Key. Had to? Said who? "That," she says, "is unimportant to the moral of the story." Was it the producers, the director? "Unimportant to the moral of the story." The moral, incidentally, is that she "realised how shallow and unimaginative people can be". She is keen to stress that when she was heavier, "I had the realisation that I could look at myself and say, 'Yeah, I may be 20lb over what I was, but I feel great, I feel more womanly than I've ever felt, I feel curvaceous and sexy." In that case, I offer, why didn't you rebel and stay curvy, if you were so happy like that? A quick dodge. "I am by nature an active person, a dancer ... a thin person with a high metabolism, so fortunately I don't have to work at it," she says, insinuating that she would naturally have gone back to her teeny-weeny self eventually if she hadn't been in such a rush. Hudson is currently very thin, almost scrawny in the flesh. Though she is looking stunning in a red draped dress and delicate brown sandals, her bones protrude awkwardly at the shoulders and her head seems slightly too big for her body. If she had been a stone or two heavier in Skeleton Key, she would have been just as good as the sceptical home help who encounters more than she'd bargained for in her new job. She is, by the way, excellent, and flourishes alongside some of the finest actors in the business - John Hurt as her patient, a mute stroke victim marooned in a spooky house with his wife, the excellent Gena Rowlands, while rising star Peter Sarsgaard is the lawyer you can't quite get your head around. The film is quite a departure from the slew of romantic comedies that Hudson was churning out pre-pregnancy (Raising Helen, How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days), and a sea change she says she's glad of. "I read the script in about an hour, and as soon as I'd finished it, I thought, 'Now this is the kind of film I'd like to see.'" Does that mean she's made films in the past that she wouldn't have chosen to watch herself? "I'm not a big fan of romantic comedies, believe it or not," she says, before correcting herself quickly and softening the line to "Well, I don't run out to see them." She is noticeably riled when asked whether the rom-com actor tag grates, momentarily dropping the chirpy act to give me a ticking off. "Ab-so-lute-ly not," she spells out firmly. "Do you know what a blessing it is to make movies that make people happy?" Hudson claims that her basic aim in life is to bring others joy and has that slightly nauseating American habit of repeatedly declaring herself "blessed". She is big on self-analysis, too, though not in any self-critical sense. Her side of the conversation is littered with sentences beginning "I'm the kind of person who ...", all of which end up evidencing what a lovely, well-rounded person she is. She's the kinda gal who "just wants to make people happy/ wants to experience everything and learn everything I possibly can/ has always been interested in so many things". One of her many interests appears to be astrology. Of course she's impatient - "I'm an Aries!" And her response to the question of whether she ever wishes she'd gone to university (instead of taking her breakthrough role in Almost Famous aged 19) involves her saying that while she would have "loved to have had the experience of professors that would inspire me, I feel like along the way, I've met so many angels who have taught me about so many things". And these angels aren't the ghosts she has claimed in recent interviews to have encountered, either, but mortal souls - such as Bob Dylan. You know Bob Dylan? I ask. "I've experienced him, yeah," is her slightly enigmatic answer, which, given that her childhood was spent playing tig with Princes William and Harry and the offspring of Hollywood's elite, we can safely assume doesn't just mean she's merely familiar with Dylan's back catalogue. "He's my favourite professor, just to be able to sit and experience somebody like that and delve into their life and learn where they came from and listen to their lyrics is incredible." There follows a discussion about music - Hudson is married to the Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson and is currently madly obsessing over The Faces - and we seem to be getting on quite well. Then the PR lady who has been hovering in the doorway signals that time is up and we're back to the start. The friendly act is dropped. I gather my things and, as her back is turned to me as I leave, touch her on the shoulder and say goodbye. She says nothing. · Skeleton Key is released Friday July 29 Guardian Unlimited © Guardian Newspapers Limited 2005
t0xxic t0xxic 9 years
whoohoo whoohoo 9 years
FYI, there isn't a Highland Park Mall in Dallas. There is a Highland Park Village and the Wilson Family lives very close to there. So I would not be unusual for them to be there on the weekend.
MrsJigglesworth MrsJigglesworth 9 years
ha ha twinkle- pucker and penis nose LOL
ethiopian_princess ethiopian_princess 9 years
Owen if fug and Kate acts cute but isn't. They should marry. Maybe she'll compete with JHo over most weddings by the age of 35.
Fancy04 Fancy04 9 years
Aww, I think he is cute. Chris looks like a dope head.
playsindirt playsindirt 9 years
He's as fugly as Chris Robinson. What is wrong with her?
mar mar 9 years
Kate has said in interviews that monogamy is unatural, and if her hubby cheats, she does not want to know about it. I think that comment leaves the door open for a lot of leeway! However, I just think they grew apart. Possibly him being gone a lot, and her not wanting to take her son along on tour was hard on them. I really love Chris and her as a couple, I find Owen REPULSIVE!
paigesweetkisses paigesweetkisses 9 years
I heard he broke his nose in high school playing football & chooses not to get it fixed? Interesting, but whatever makes him happy :) he'd be very attractive if he decided to fix it
Icyhot Icyhot 9 years
They make a beautiful couple,they seem to be so happy together. These two should do what Kate's mom did with Kurt, just live together and forget the piece of paper. It has worked for them, they have been forever together and still seem to look in love. Plus they both are actors so they understand each other's profession. Owen should get a nose job, he would look much better.
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 9 years
I can't get past his pucker and that penis nose :sick:
Daisy6264 Daisy6264 9 years
I agree with KimmiAnn. Chris was no good for her, and they look so happy now. SHE still has her son with her.
L7amiguita L7amiguita 9 years
Yup you're right! She didn't leave her child. She took him to meet the man she left DADDY for! Way to go Kate! What class...
sashak sashak 9 years
I love them together, but I have my doubts about this story. After all, they haven't even confirmed that they are dating...
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