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Gwyneth Paltrow ‘moving in with beau Brad Falchuk’

Published 14/05/2016

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow is allegedly ready to move on from ex-husband Chris Martin.

Gwyneth Paltrow is reportedly planning a conscious coupling with boyfriend Brad Falchuk.

The actress and wellness guru has reportedly dropped $4.9million on a four bedroom house in Santa Barbara, California – an hour away from her former husband Chris Martin, and plans to set down roots with her television producer boyfriend.

"The timing just feels right for Gwyneth. She’s been emotionally ready to move on from Chris for a long time," a source told Britain’s Heat magazine.

“With the divorce papers finally signed, a year after she filed them, that’s what made her feel like now was the time to put a bit of distance between her and Chris.”

The Coldplay singer has himself moved on with actress Annabelle Wallis of Peaky Blinders fame. The couple has been photographed looking happy together numerous times, in contrast to the privacy he and Gwyneth sought and guarded so fiercely when they were together.

So it comes as no surprise that Gwyneth is keen to make a statement that she is happy too.

However, the former couple are still the friendliest of exes, and because of their children, Apple, 11, and Moses, 10, will always have a close connection.

But the source says Gwyneth is thinking of “this house as a fresh start.”

“Even though she’s not buying it with Brad, he’s moving in and it’ll still be ‘their’ place,” explained the insider.

Meanwhile it looks like Chris is enjoying the bachelor life at his $14million Malibu mansion.

In pictures obtained by Heat the British singer’s luxury ‘mancave’ comes complete with massage bed, white leather sofas, a tennis court and a floating beer cooler.

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