09:30 14 August 2006
Kate Hudson says the perfect marriage doesn't exist.
The 'You, Me and Dupree' actress - who tied the knot with Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson in 2000 - insists love is not enough to ensure a marriage survives.
She told Elle magazine: "I don't like this idea of the perfect marriage. People can be in love madly and deeply and go through so much and still end up together. That's what you hope for."
The actress - who has two year son Ryder Russell with Chris - also warned prospective newlyweds that married life is not easy.
"No one should get married if they think it's going to be a fairytale."
Meanwhile, the 27-year-old has slammed the British newspaper that published the photos of supermodel Kate Moss taking drugs because she thinks it will encourage fans to do the same.
She fumed: "It was like an ad for cocaine. 'If you do cocaine, you will look like this!'
"She is so gorgeous it doesn't matter what she's doing."
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