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Chris Martin's 'discreet new romance'

Published 26/10/2015

Chris Martin
Chris Martin

Chris Martin is thought to be enjoying his time with British actress Annabelle Wallis.

Chris Martin's rumoured new girlfriend Annabelle Wallis is said to be as discreet as he is when it comes to their alleged love affair.

Actress Annabelle, who wows in TV series Peaky Blinders, was thrust into the global spotlight after she was spotted getting cosy with Coldplay rocker Chris on a number of occasions. They were seen kissing in Paris earlier this October (15), and sources say they're on the same page when it comes to the romance.

"Annabelle seems as discreet as Chris. His kids are still number one," an insider told America's People magazine.

Chris has children Apple, 11, and Moses, nine, with ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow. The pair broke up in March 2014 after ten years of marriage, but remain good friends.

Soon after splitting from Gwyneth, 38-year-old Chris reportedly hooked up with Jennifer Lawrence, 25. The on-off romance lasted for nearly a year, but it's thought he quickly moved on with Annabelle when they eventually went their separate ways.

"They spend time together in different places whenever they can," the insider commented. "He's a nice guy just having fun. What woman wouldn't like that?"

While in Paris, Annabelle and Chris were seen dancing around, having fun while they shopped. They were joined by a group of friends, but apparently only had eyes for each other.

"They were very affectionate," an onlooker commented.

They may have only been seeing each other for a few months, but those close to them say the singer couldn't be happier.

"She puts a huge smile on Chris' face," a source told Us Weekly. "He's happier than he's been in a long time. (He) isn't seeing anyone else. He just wants to settle down again."

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