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Kate Hudson wants to enrol Bingham in English school

Kate Hudson hopes to enrol her youngest son Bingham into an English school when he is older.
The Almost Famous actress splits her time between Los Angeles and London even though her relationship with Bingham’s British father Matt Bellamy, from rock band Muse, ended in 2014.
Kate has always been vocal about her love for London, even before she began dating Matt in 2010, and admits she wants to live in the English capital more and eventually put Bingham in a British school.
“We’ll spend anywhere from four to six months in the U.K.,” she tells Britain’s The Independent newspaper. “I’ve always loved London and I’m so happy there. I feel at home there so it’s nice to have a son who’s half U.S. citizen, half British!
“I’m a fan of Notting Hill and I love central London, especially Marylebone. I’d live there a little bit more but Ryder is in school in LA. When Bing is older, I’d love to have him in an English school.”
Kate and Matt broke up in December 2014 after a three-year engagement but they have remained amicable and share parenting duties of Bingham, four.
She recently said their split was for the best, telling Britain’s Red magazine, “Of course, the goal is always to stay together… Matt and I really worked on it together and we came to the point where we realised that we are really better as friends and that is a healthier approach for our kids. And we can see the results.”
Kate, who is also mother to 12-year-old Ryder from her previous marriage to The Black Crowes musician Chris Robinson, is still hoping to extend her family. She tells the Independent, “I do want more kids, for sure.”
About her approach to parenting, she adds, “I do my best. We’ll see what happens as I get older. I think I’m an easy-going mum but I’m pretty strict too when it comes to manners and things like that.”

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