Kate Hudson doesn't need a piece of paper or a wedding to feel married to fiance Matt Bellamy.
The "Wish I Was Here" actress stopped by "The View" on Monday to talk about her unconventional family and why it works.
"I'm happy, we're married," she said basically of her relationship of more than four years. "We've got kids and a family. ... We are in it. I think if we do get married it will be for the kids really."
She continued, "We're happy and ... we'll get there when we get there."
Hudson also talked about raising her two children -- Ryder, born with her ex Chris Robinson, and Bingham, who she had with Bellamy.
"I've got two different children from two different fathers, that's definitely unconventional," she said. "I'm actually a strict parent, I'm very strict when it comes to manners. I think kids get too much too fast, so Ryder of course wants a cell phone like every 10-year-old kid now. ... He can get a pager, he can get a pager when he's 12."
As for her smoking body at 35 years old after two kids, Hudson said "I work out, you got to eat right. I dance, I just jump around, jumping around makes me happy."