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Thursday 18 September 2014

Paltrow to tour with Coldplay?

Gwyneth Paltrow will apparently tour with Coldplay

Gwyneth Paltrow is apparently going on tour with Coldplay despite splitting from Chris Martin, joking that she will be their "roadie".

The Hollywood actress and the band's frontman announced the end of their 10-year marriage last week in a post on Gwyneth's lifestyle website Goop titled Conscious Uncoupling, but insisted they still loved each other and would always be a family.

And now The Sun has reported that Gwyneth and Chris are staying true to their word by hitting the road together when Coldplay tour with their upcoming record later this year.

It seems Gwyneth is keen to accompany Chris so that the couple's children - nine-year-old daughter Apple and son Moses, seven - get plenty of time with their dad.

A source said: "Gwyneth has pledged to travel with the band.

"She's determined to keep things amicable and joked that she'll be their roadie."

Gwyneth, 41, and Chris, 37, have already showed that they are remaining close by enjoying a family holiday together.

The former couple and their kids apparently spent time on the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas together, despite the break up.

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