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Goldie Hawn, 75, discusses the key to happiness in her 38-year romance with Kurt Russell, 69 – Daily Mail

Goldie Hawn has revealed the secret to a successful relationship, after being with her partner Kurt Russell for over 38 years. 

The American actress, 75, recently discussed how she and her partner, 69, keep the spark alive and whether they will ever get married.  

The couple first crossed paths on the set of The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, in 1966 but began dating when they worked together on the film, Swing Shift in 1984. 

True love never dies: Goldie Hawn revealed the secret to a successful relationship, after being with her partner Kurt Russell for over 38 years (pictured together in 1984)

True love never dies: Goldie Hawn revealed the secret to a successful relationship, after being with her partner Kurt Russell for over 38 years (pictured together in 1984)

True love never dies: Goldie Hawn revealed the secret to a successful relationship, after being with her partner Kurt Russell for over 38 years (pictured together in 1984)

During an interview for the Christmas issue of Radio Times, Goldie spoke on the key to a long-lasting and happy relationship: ‘I think the one thing you have to remember is, “do I want to be here?” 

‘If two people really want to be together, then there’s something to cherish, so keep it fresh by surprising each other. 

‘Make sure you go out, when you can. Laugh a lot. Get away from the kids. Go and do something fun. Take a hike. Go to a hotel room. Make something happen that’s unusual. To me, that will be the way to ignite new flames.’

Despite keeping the fire burning for nearly four decades, the duo confirmed they have no desire to exchange wedding vows.

Candid: The American actress, 75, recently discussed how she and her partner, 69, keep the spark alive and whether they will ever get married

Candid: The American actress, 75, recently discussed how she and her partner, 69, keep the spark alive and whether they will ever get married

Candid: The American actress, 75, recently discussed how she and her partner, 69, keep the spark alive and whether they will ever get married

Kurt said: ‘We have no plans,’ while Goldie confirmed, ‘I like the idea of being Kurt’s girlfriend, and vice versa. We’re happy!’

Prior to her relationship with Kurt, the actress welcomed her son Oliver, 44, and her daughter Kate, 41, with her former husband, Bill Hudson, 71.

Meanwhile her partner has a son named Boston, 40, from his previous marriage to Season Hubley, 69. and shares another son, Wyatt, 34, with Goldie. 

According to the couple, their favourite moments together are spent with their children and grandchildren, especially over Christmas. 

Festive spirit: According to the loved-up couple, their favourite moments together are spent with their children and grandchildren, especially during Christmas

Festive spirit: According to the loved-up couple, their favourite moments together are spent with their children and grandchildren, especially during Christmas

Festive spirit: According to the loved-up couple, their favourite moments together are spent with their children and grandchildren, especially during Christmas

Read the full interview in the new issue of Radio Times, on sale now.

Read the full interview in the new issue of Radio Times, on sale now.

 Read the full interview in the new issue of Radio Times, on sale now.

Kurt said: ‘[We] love spending time with them, it’s my favourite thing to do. I’m really fortunate in that way. Every once in a while, Goldie and I look at each other and say, “Well, we did pretty good here.” 

‘We’re very proud of our kids because they’re really nice people. They’ve always been fun to be around and it’s fun to be a part of what’s going on in their lives now, too.’

According to Goldie, they have established several traditions during the festive period which are adopted by her children and grandchildren too.    

She added: ‘We both really love Christmas at home. It’s our biggest holiday and we put a lot into it.’ 

Read the full interview in the new issue of Radio Times, on sale now.  

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