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Where and/or how did Natasha Bedingfield and Matt Robinson meet?
They met through a mutual friend in 2007.
Why did Natasha Bedingfield and Matt Robinson break up?
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Classic Quotes by Natasha Bedingfield and Matt Robinson about their relationship:
My fiance Matt is hotter to me than David Beckham. He is honest, funny, charming and hot." Natasha Bedingfield
"Relationships have ups and downs. If someone is worth enough to you, then you both fight to stay true through the tough times. Advice to guys: Keep the romance alive. Simple things like giving flowers or remembering special dates may sound cheesy but they do work." Natasha Bedingfield
"In real life, it takes me a little to say 'I love you' to someone. It took me a while to actually fall. [Planning the wedding] is fun. I feel like a princess. It's exciting. It will be intimate. [I want] to be the fittest I've ever been!" Natasha Bedingfield 2/17/2009
"It felt like the most natural thing in the world. It was the best day ever. It was so much fun to celebrate our love with everyone we love." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"We woke up and packed for the honeymoon before driving over. Yeah, he saw me the morning of! We're not superstitious, and I felt like I wanted to be close to the person I was marrying, rather than have hours apart. But he didn't see me in my dress. I kept that a secret until I walked down the aisle! Then I spent quite a few hours getting ready with my bridesmaids and two flower girls, while Matt and his four groomsmen all played pool and poker. I wanted my hair to be a little more wild to counterbalance the simpleness of the dress. So it was very long, kind of fairy tale hair extensions, but slightly, you know, not perfectly curled - a little rock 'n' roll. And when I was all dressed and saw myself, I felt like I was 18 again. That's how I looked when I was 18. I thought it made me look amazing." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"We wanted to have a wedding that was at the golden hour, when the sun is starting to go down, so we could party in the evening with candles. We wanted a quiet, simple wedding that was really about the fact that we're getting married, rather than the decorations." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"It was wonderful. My dad walked me down the aisle as my friend Wayne Wilkins played 'What a Wonderful World' on an outdoor Hammond organ. Then I saw people crying, and I started to cry. It was very emotional. It was really an intimate wedding, mostly friends and family from L.A. Brandy came. I've always been such a huge fan of hers, and we met and really just connected. But somebody must have tipped off the paparazzi, because there were helicopters circling! It felt like an action movie. It added to the intrigue." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"I had my veil on, and because it was windy, I was trying to hold it down. I love the idea that you lift the veil once you're married and it signifies becoming vulnerable and someone else's - just really uncovering yourself for someone. Once we got to the altar, we actually leaned over and whispered to each other, because it felt like, 'Oh, this just feels so right.' We had our own vows that Don Williams, our minister, helped us write. They had a kind of spiritual element, a little Celtic, but mostly it was symbolic. And when we were supposed to do the first kiss, Matt was looking at the minister, who was like, 'All right, NOW you can do it!' The whole time I was like, 'Are we married yet? Are we married yet?'" Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"My dad got up and gave out prizes to the best-dressed couple and to the couple that traveled the farthest. There were people who came from France, New Zealand, and England! Our first dance was to a recording of Marc Broussard's 'The Beauty of Who You Are.' And then we had a band jam, and so all the musicians from my band and all the songwriters got up and started jamming, too. And my brother Daniel deejayed and sang! That was fun. It went until about two a.m." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"Well, no plans for kids yet! We're just enjoying where we're at right now. And I'm changing my legal name, but not my professional name. In the hotel today, they called me Mrs. Robinson for the first time. It was quite sweet! And we're going to start living together in L.A., having a lovely house. I'm really excited about that. Now, what's mine is his, and his is mine." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"[My dress] is complicated in the back, but simple in the front." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"I wanted that backyard feel." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"When I saw her coming down the aisle, I really lost my breath. She looked amazing. I had tears in my eyes." 3/23/2009
"It feels so wonderful to be married to someone I love so much. I feel a real peace, and I'm just excited about the future, really." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"Our wedding day was everything we'd hoped it would be. We are now very much looking forward to spending the rest of our lives together." Natasha Bedingfield 3/23/2009
"It's just nice because I'm in that honeymoon phase. It's kind of inspiring the music." Natasha Bedingfield