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Chris Martin's kids 'give Jen thumbs up'

Published 24/06/2015

Chris Martin
Chris Martin

Chris Martin is reportedly thrilled his kids back his relationship with Jennifer Lawrence.

The Coldplay frontman has been linked to The Hunger Games actress on-and-off since August last year, but they have tried to keep things under the radar. They haven't attended any high-profile events together, although it's thought the finalisation of Chris' divorce from Gwyneth Paltrow in April means they're ready to move things on.

To help with this it's claimed Jennifer will move in with her rocker beau, something his children with Gwyneth - Apple, 11, and nine-year-old Moses - are said to wholeheartedly back.

"Chris got their seal of approval for Jen to move in," an insider told the American edition of OK! magazine. "He’s excited about this new chapter. For his kids to give Jennifer the thumbs-up was huge."

Gwyneth is also said to be happy about the arrangement, although at the moment it's unknown when the pair will set up home together.

Chris, 38, is notoriously private about his personal life, but it's claimed he and Jennifer both view this is the start of a new phase in their romance. They are thought to have briefly split late last year, with suggestions Jennifer struggled with his still-close relationship with his ex-wife.

However, last month the 24-year-old star was said to have agreed to move in with Chris for a three-month trial period. This was to see how they got on when spending more time together and also tied in with her having renovations on her home. It seems things went well now they are making things more permanent, which is helped by the fact that Gwyneth is so happy with her new boyfriend Brad Falchuk.

"Gwyneth has given Jen the seal of approval and suggested to Chris they all meet up and Jen finally meets the children. It's been a tough adjustment for Gwyneth but she's enjoying her romance with Brad and is happy both she and Chris are moving on with their lives," an insider told British magazine Closer.

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