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Chris Martin ‘moved on quickly from JLaw’

Published 27/08/2015

Chris Martin
Chris Martin

Chris Martin and Peaky Blinders actress Annabelle Wallis have been dating “for about a month”, according to reports.

The 38-year-old Coldplay frontman is said to have split from 25-year-old actress girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence earlier this summer after 10 months of dating.

However, Chris is said to have not let the break up get him down, and soon found love with 30-year-old blonde beauty Annabelle.

“He has moved on quickly and has been seeing Annabelle Wallis for about a month,” a source told Us Weekly magazine. “He visited her while she was filming in Vancouver and really likes her.”

Chris and Annabelle have been seen out together on various occasions, including a recent dinner date at Lucali restaurant in Brooklyn, New York.

And it was at that cosy evening that onlookers were left in no doubt as to the pair’s romantic status.

“They were very clearly a couple”, another source told the outlet.

Fellow restaurant goers said Chris and Annabelle were seen cuddling up and talking “intimately”, with father-of-two Chris even slinging his arm around his new love at one point in the evening.

News of the romance comes after it was revealed it was Jennifer and Chris’ busy schedules that caused them to call time on their relationship.

“Jen has been working nonstop and they never saw each other,” a source told Us.

But while Chris has apparently moved on, Jennifer is enjoying being single. And she is said to be in no rush to find another man.

“She says it’s so refreshing traveling with friends and reconnecting with her girlfriends and she’s loved being free and unattached and spending what free time she has with girlfriends,” the source added.

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