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How Kurt and Goldie Make It Work

Not married but hopelessly in love, couple has staying power — and side-by-side Hollywood Walk of Fame stars

Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have been together for more than 30 years, and now their longtime relationship has been set in stone with side-by-side stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The pair were honored on Thursday when their neighboring stars were unveiled during a ceremony celebrating their acting accomplishments.

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The 66-year-old Russell said there’s no one he’d rather be next to than Hawn. Russell and the 71-year-old Hawn have been linked since 1983.

Hawn said at the ceremony that she and Russell have never been celebrated in that way and jokingly asked Russell, “Did we just get married?”

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The actress said in a 2016 interview with ITV that she and Russell “like the choice” they’ve made to remain unmarried.

“We’re always asked why we are not married. Why? What is marriage going to do for us? At the beginning, you want to see each other all the time,” she said. “Then you get jealous when they’re gone too long, and that’s exciting. But for a healthy long-term relationship, then 68 percent of the time is good.”

Hawn and Russell were snapped kissing for the cameras on Thursday.

The couple were joined by Hawn’s daughter, Kate Hudson, at the Walk of Fame ceremony.

Reese Witherspoon was on hand to help honor Hawn. Quentin Tarantino introduced Russell.

This article originally appeared in Fox News and is used with permission.

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