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Kate Hudson is Pregnant with Muse Singer's Child

Couple expecting baby after nine months of dating

January 12, 2011 10:00 AM ET
Kate Hudson and musician Matt Bellamy attend ELLE's 17th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute at The Four Seasons Hotel on October 18, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California.
Kate Hudson and musician Matt Bellamy attend ELLE's 17th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute at The Four Seasons Hotel on October 18, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Owen Wilson is expecting a little one — and now his ex is, too.

A source confirms exclusively in the new Us Weekly, out Wednesday, that Kate Hudson, 31, is 14 weeks pregnant with boyfriend Matthew Bellamy's baby.

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"It was not planned, but they are excited and embracing it," the source reveals to Us.

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The insider adds that the actress, who has been dating the Muse frontman, 32, for nine months, is stoked for her 7-year-old son Ryder (with ex-husband Chris Robinson, 44) to have a little playmate.

"She is happy for Ryder to finally have a brother or sister," says the source.

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