Looks like Kate Hudson and Matthew Bellamy have made it through the storm. Engaged for three years, the couple, who were having serious relationship problems as recently as late February, looked more in love than ever at an April 19 party celebrating her birthday and their anniversary, a source close to the Muse rocker tells Us Weekly.
Bellamy, 35, organized the bash himself at her family's house in Palm Springs, Calif., during the second weekend of Coachella, where he and his band performed two sets. Midway through their show on April 19, he stopped and asked the crowd to sing "Happy Birthday" to his longtime love, who was turning 35. (Coachella has special significance to the pair, as it's where they met back in 2010.)
"She was so moved," the source tells Us of the Wish I Was Here actress, mom to son Bing, 2, with Bellamy, and son Ryder, 10, with ex-husband Chris Robinson. "It was so sweet. He really went all out to make her feel special."
Indeed, the musician took great pains to ensure that this birthday and anniversary -- their fourth as a couple—would be a night to remember. "The party went until almost 5 a.m.," the source tells Us of the catered fete, which was attended by friends, family, and Bellamy's Muse bandmates. "People did not want to leave." Of the couple, the insider adds, "Matt and Kate are really happy and so in love."
Another source notes: "They really want to stay together. All signs of trouble are gone. She was supporting him at Coachella and watching him intensely...She was very proud of his performance."
Together since the spring of 2010, the actress and her fiance seemed on the verge of breaking up earlier this year. Ultimately, though, they decided to stick it out. "They went on dates, and they're talking every day to work through things," a Hudson source told Us Weekly in March. "They're committed to being great parents and want to stay together for Bing."