Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s reconciliation have been buzzing around the news lately. Two have not been fighting as much since their split earlier this year according to a report cited by Hollywood Take. Could it be possible that Gwyneth Paltrow is now having second thoughts about her breakup from Chris Martin?
“Seeing Chris adjust so well to single life must have been a big wake up call to Gwyneth,” an insider told LOOK magazine. “They have been spending much time together recently and it sounds like the pair have stopped fighting. Having that space apart will have given them both a chance to reflect on how each other behaved in the relationship.”
According to Express, Paltrow’s change of heart comes Martin was spotted enjoying the company of close friend’s Rihanna and Alexa Chung.
“Seeing him being chased by beautiful younger women can’t help but remind her that he’s a gorgeous man who she used to be crazy about,” the insider added.
Hollywood Take noted that Chung and Martin apparently got together in Tokyo earlier this month. But it appears that the Coldplay frontman is just trying to help her launch her music career. Shortly after these dating rumors went viral, a rep for Martin insisted that these reports were “completely untrue.”
Reportedly, Martin moved back to the Brentwood home he shared with Paltrow and their two kids, Apple, 10, and Moses, 8, and stays there when he’s not touring with Coldplay.
According to Huffington Post, since the breakup, Martin is thought to have felt less stressed about his and Gwyneth’s relationship, and therefore seen his marriage in a new light.
“Gwyneth and Chris always vowed to stay friends for their children when they split, but they have been getting on better than ever in the last few weeks. After they announced they were splitting up, all the pressure was off and Chris has really enjoyed spending time with Gwyneth,” an insider revealed to British magazine Grazia.
People reported that even the couple have not made any official decision to get back together, friends say the two will always have something in common: their dedication to their kids.