It appears that Kate Hudson and her famous boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa are so happy together that they are planning on getting engaged. At least this is what the latest rumors seem to be indicating. If the rumors will end up being true, it surely seems that things have evolved very fast between Kate and Danny.
Actually, the two officially revealed their relationship back in May. Since then, the two have been spending a lot of time together and it surely seems that they get along perfectly well. E! News reported that Kate wants to get engaged because she “loves being in a committed relationship,” but this does not mean that she wants to get married soon.
If the engagement will be confirmed, it will actually be the third time when Kate gets engaged. “They are moving quickly as Kate always does,” a source said according to the celebrity site. “They aren’t engaged, but it could definitely happen. I don’t know if she would get married again, but she would get engaged. She loves being in a committed relationship and having a partner. They are a very good match,” the same insider explained.
The source also said that things are going so great and have evolved so fast because the two stars are very much in love. “She’s crazy about Danny and moving very quickly. They are basically living together at her house,” the source explained. “They have spent the whole summer together traveling and having fun. He is a very nice guy and super laid-back.”
The source also explained that not only that Danny gets well with Kate, but actually her whole family likes him. According to the insider, there is nothing more important to Kate than having Danny integrated into the family and this is exactly what has happened. The children that Kate has from her previous relationships also like Danny, the source claimed. “The all feel like they have known him forever and her boys adore him.”
Kate’s mother previously talked about Danny, saying that she really like him. Goldie Hawn said that he’s a nice guy and that her daughter always “brings good guys.”