Like Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's long relationship (they've been together since 1982) has never been made official through marriage.
In a 2005 interview with Beliefnet, Hawn, the actress who began her career on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" in the 1960s and went on to films including "Private Benjamin" and "The First Wives Club," described her feelings when she met Russell on the set of the movie "Swing Shift:"
"What hit me was his comfort with himself. His ability to be so honest--and he wasn't womanizing at all. He was like a buddy, and I thought, 'God this guy is so cute and he's got no stuff….' I started building this connection to him. Watching him with my children. Watching how he worked. Watching how he approached his job. Watching how he approached his own son out of his broken marriage. Seeing this incredible parent, this love, this inner stability--and then he was so damn handsome and so cute and so everything that it all rolled up into one moment."
The couple has a son together (Wyatt, born in 1986), and they have been deeply involved in raising their respective children from previous relationships (Hawn was married twice, Russell once).
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