Tuesday 17 October 2017

Gwyneth Paltrow continues to enjoy uncoupled life - as she posts selfie full of famous faces

The selfie the actress posted last night
The selfie the actress posted last night
Brian O'Reilly

Brian O'Reilly

SHE'S been firmly in the limelight since announcing her 'conscious uncoupling' from Chris Martin - and Gwyneth Paltrow has been seen out enjoying dinner with some famous faces.

It shocked Hollywood last month when the actress and Coldplay front man Chris Martin announced their split after ten years of marriage.

The star has been adjusting to single life - and has surrounded herself with friends.

The latest snap features fashion designer Stella McCartney, reality star Nicole Richie, film director Sam Taylor Wood, singer Gwen Stefani, actress Naomi Watts and talk show presenter Chelsea Handler.

Paltrow has remained close to her ex since the split - leading to reports she believes they're on a 'break'.

"It seems Gwyneth's had a change of heart. There's talk that she thinks this might be a six-month break while they explore other options and people. There are hints that the relationship isn't irretrievably broken," a source divulged to British magazine Grazia.

Gwyneth and Chris tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in December 2003, and were often regarded as one of the strongest couples in showbiz.

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In the wake of the split announcement, the family enjoyed a holiday in the Bahamas together, and were seen looking close at Robert Downey Jr.'s 49th birthday party last weekend.

But they've continued to put on a united front, and have remained close thanks to their children Apple, nine, and eight-year-old Moses.

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