Concious recoupling! Are Gwyneth and Chris reconciling?


The couple separated in March of this year and the Coldplay singer then had a short-lived relationship with Jennifer Lawrence, which is said to have ended last week.

'Talk of officially ending their marriage is not even on the agenda'

Now there are whispers that they are looking to get their marriage of 11 years back on track.

“The chances of there being a happy reconciliation are very high,” a source told The Mirror’s Sunday People newspaper. “Talk of officially ending their marriage is not even on the agenda. Lawyers haven’t been introduced yet.”

Apparently, the pair still have a lot of affection for one another. Their friends believe they are more likely to get back together than to go through with a divorce.

“Despite being very different beasts, Chris and Gwyneth adore one another,” said the insider. “I suppose it’s a case of they can’t live without one another.”

Gwyneth, 42, and Chris, 37, announced their separation by calling it a “conscious uncoupling”. Now it seems the move may have improved their relationship.

“The split released a lot of pressure from the intense ¬relationship but they are still very close,” the source went on.

Together they have 10-year-old daughter Apple and nine-year-old son Moses. As they figure out what’s best for their marriage, their children are factoring in.

“Their priority is to make sure their children remain happy and secure so they have been spending an enormous amount of time together,” the source explained. They add the family often still “has breakfast together” and that Chris “hates” that he can no longer live in the same house as his kids.

This comes after Chris’ relationship with Hunger Games star J-Law apparently came to an end last week. The 24-year-old was seen picking up her belongings from his Malibu home on Thursday.

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