Gwyneth Paltrow On Her Divorce From Chris Martin; ‘It’s Been Hard Co-Parenting Children’

By Sohini Biswas | 2 years ago
Gwyneth Paltrow On Her Divorce From Chris Martin; ‘It’s Been Hard Co-Parenting Children’

The divorce between Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin showed us a matured and high rate of understanding between them, but all of a sudden it doesn’t seem so cool any more as both are now much more involved with their new partners.

After 10 years of marriage, last March, Paltrow and Martin declared their separation, which was finalized in April 2015. The divorce seemed pretty extraordinary, starting from announcing the split to the beaming smiles; everything looked like a picture perfect break.

While the couple has been on good terms all these years, spending quality time with their children Moses and Apple, things aren’t that promising anymore.

Well speaking at the BlogHer conference in New York, Paltrow confesses that she finds it really difficult co-parenting their children and she also said Martin as a ‘great and a great dad.’

‘It’s been hard, and you know, like, we’ve gone through really difficult times with it but we’ve always said these children are our priority,’ quoted her saying.

There have been dating rumors of Jennifer Lawrence, 24, and Chris Martin, 38, since last summer. While Gwyneth, 42, seems in love with Brad Falchuk, 44, a TV writer and director.

It was around this time of the divorce that the happy divorce reportedly began to unravel between Chris and Gwyneth.

Apparently around April, Gwyneth was furious seeing Chris and Jen’s picture and also at Chris as he was responding to quite late to the demands of Gwyneth, and spending more time with Jen. It was also around this time that Gwyneth and Chris stopped having joint therapy, and it is said that they are able to meet only once a week to address their divorce goals.

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Photo Source: Facebook/Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow

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Sohini is a writer by profession and painter by birth. She is also a bookworm and is involved in various gender empowerment activities. When she’s not playing with words, she is most likely busy painting or sculpting her imagery.