Kate Bosworth's 'country wedding'

Kate Bosworth will reportedly tie the knot in a "country-style wedding" this month.

The 30-year-old actress and fiancé Michael Polish announced their engagement last summer.

The pair - who have been dating since 2011 - are allegedly gearing up to celebrate their nuptials imminently, with the New York Post writing that they are "finally going to tie the knot this month".

Kate and American film director Michael, 42, are said to be having a "country-style wedding" at the end of August, with the photos from the ceremony "featuring in Martha Stewart Weddings".

The blonde beauty revealed earlier this year that both she and Michael were taking a relaxed approach to the wedding planning.

"I haven't really thought that much about that detail [bridal gown] yet. There are lots of things I need to figure out,” she told E! Online in February.

Kate also revealed her husband-to-be doesn’t mind her nonchalant attitude.

"He's a filmmaker so he said, 'Don't worry. A wedding is just a production. I do it all the time,'" she explained.

She did reveal one small element last month though, teasing in the UK edition of InStyle magazine: “I can give you one detail: it's not the norm and whisky will be involved."

Kate has previously enjoyed high profile relationships with Orlando Bloom and True Blood star Alexander Skarsgård.

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