Hollywood actress Kate Hudson has been living the english lifestyle, since moving to London with her husband, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy. Kate has been talking about life in the UK, including her favourite television shows and the fact that Matt cannot make a good cup of tea.
Hudson told Us Weekly, "In our house it's a lot of BBC. I've got boys, so Top Gear is a big [show]. I love them but I can't watch them again and again." Kate also admitted that the family love to settle down and watch the BBC specials from physicist Brian Cox.
She added, "He's incredible. I find him really so inspiring, the way he sees the planet, how he teaches you about how things work and function. The World is amazing after you watch his shows." As for Matt Bellamy and his tea making skills, well it seems that he is letting the English side down.
Kate continued, "You know what? I could make it before I met Matt, I was very proud of that. He's not the first English person I've met, so I could make a really decent cup before. He doesn't know how to make a decent cup of tea. I'm going to be honest, he doesn't know to do it."
Kate Hudson will next appear on the big screen, starring alongside Kiefer Sutherland, in the movie The Reluctant Fundamentalist, which is released on April 26 on limited release in the US and then on May 10 in the UK.