Hollywood actor Hugh Grant has dismissed any immediate wedding plans, saying he was not marrying long-time girlfriend Jemima Khan.
"People shouldn't believe what they hear, I am not marrying her. I've read and heard we are going to, but there is no truth in that," the star said after his "Music and Lyrics" premiere in London.
The couple's three-year relationship has had many ups and down, with Grant reportedly calling Khan a "dictator" in the past. Earlier this month he was seen ranting on the streets of Beverly Hills, while she looked on glumly, reports www.Hollywood.tv.
On the premiere night, the couple made no real attempt to cover up the bumps in their relationship, with onlookers saying Khan looked "uncomfortable on the red carpet, like she didn't want to be there".
Grant was celebrating his role as a washed up, commitment-phobic 80s pop star in the comedy. Co-star Drew Barrymore, who joined Grant on the red carpet in a John Galliano dress, said: "It was lovely to work with Hugh. He is a complete gentleman."
Khan also chose to sit and chat with a group of friends separate from Grant at a party later at Floridita in Soho, London.