(femalefirst.co.uk) - Liv Tyler wishes she had French-kissed Kate Hudson when she had the chance. The two actresses were too shy to "totally make out" with each other when they played lesbian lovers in 2000 film 'Dr. T and the Women'.
Liv told Allure magazine: "Kate plays a woman who is about to get married and she's completely in love with me. We were always so shy about the kissing but in retrospect we were like, 'We so should have just totally made out and tongued each other'. But we never did, we were just too scared to do it."
Liv, 29, married British rocker Royston Langdon in 2003. The couple had a son, Milo, in December 2004.
Kate, 28, is said to have split from on/off lover actor Owen Wilson.
She has a three-year-old son, Ryder, with ex-husband The Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson.