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Kate moving to London; Orlando lets her have limelight at premiere
Two articles in the news today were related to the on-going relationship between Lord of the Rings star Orlando Bloom and Kate Bosworth.
[from Contact Music]
American actress Kate Bosworth has begun looking for a place to live in London, fuelling rumours she is engaged to boyfriend Orlando Bloom.
Bosworth, who is working on her first UK film, Awake, is looking for a permanent base in the British capital, even though she is terrified of the country's press.
The 21-year-old says, "I want to find somewhere to live in London, as it's a great city, although the paparazzi scare the life out of me.
"All my stuff is in Los Angeles and I'll be here (in London) for a while anyway, working on my first British film."
However, fans hoping to see Bosworth team up with her lover onscreen will have to wait.
She adds, "I'm a firm believer in not mixing work and pleasure."
[from Teen Hollywood]
Orlando Bloom turned up late for the premiere of girlfriend Kate Bosworth's latest movie - because he didn't want to upstage her.
The Lord of the Rings star says, although he wanted to be there for his stunning girlfriend at the London premiere of Beyond the Sea, he decided he wouldn't walk down the red carpet with her.
He said at London's Leicester Square: "I'm so proud of Kate. I'm here to hold her hand. I just didn't want to do it in front of the cameras because this night belongs to her."
Even without Orlando, 21-year-old Kate still managed to wow onlookers as she walked down the red carpet with co-star Kevin Spacey, who plays singer Bobby Darin in the movie.
Kate, who plays Hollywood icon Sandra Dee, recently hinted she wants to marry Orlando.
The sexy actress, who has been dating the heartthrob for two years, says, although the couple are not engaged at the moment, it is something she would like to happen.
She revealed: "My parents have been together for 26 years. And the older I get, the more I appreciate them, and the more I hope I'm like them."
Published November 28, 2004