No Weddings And A Snub For Hugh Grant

by | 31 January 2007
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Hugh Grant will not be a guest at his former girlfriend Liz Hurley's wedding.

The actress, who had a long-running on-off affair with the floppy-haired star of Four Weddings and a Funeral, has decided not to extend an invitation to Grant to her marriage with Indian businessman Arun Nayar in March.

With plans for celebrations in both Gloucestershire and India, Grant says he is not on the list of guests.

Speaking to Hello! magazine, the actor revealed he and partner Jemima Khan had been snubbed for the lavish do, although he insisted it was not something which bothered him and he held no grudges.

"It's not surprising. I don't think many people invite their ex when they get married so I'm not bitter at all," he commented.

The 46-year-old split with Hurley in 2000, after first dating her in the 1980s.

Next month the English star will appear in  another  romantic comedy, Music and Lyrics, in which he leads opposite Hollywood veteran Drew Barrymore.

31/01/2007 12:29:12


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