Gwyneth Paltrow flying solo?


Gwyneth Paltrow is single again, according to reports.

The Oscar-winning actress has reportedly been dating Glee producer Brad Falchuk following her "conscious uncoupling" from husband Chris Martin earlier this year. But their rumoured relationship has now reportedly come to an end, as both parties continue to deal with the fallout from their previous romances. "Gwyneth seems to be still trying to figure out her own split from Chris, and Brad is going through a divorce," a source explained to British magazine Grazia. "It seems it was his belief that the time just wasn't right for them." Gwyneth first met Brad after guest starring on the hit Fox series in 2010. But Brad (43) was noticeably absent from the Shakespeare in Love star's 42nd birthday celebrations last month.

‘Gwyneth seems to be still trying to figure out her own split from Chris, and Brad is going through a divorce’

The blonde beauty threw a party at her home in Los Angeles, which was attended by Nicole Richie, Tobey Maguire and Kate Hudson. Coldplay frontman Chris also put in an appearance and it is believed the former couple's close relationship also played a part in the problems between Gwyneth and Brad.

"Brad found it difficult to find his place," the source continued. "He's wary of getting involved in a complicated situation and is worried that Gwyneth isn't over Chris. She'd often turn to Chris instead of Brad, and he found that hard to take."

Meanwhile, the 37-year-old British singer has reportedly moved on with Hunger Games actress and two-time Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence.

"Chris is really happy with the way things are going with Jen - so much so he's planning to fly her over to England to meet his parents in the next few weeks," the source added.

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