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Gwyneth's pals 'fed up of Chris conversations'

Published 11/04/2015

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow is reportedly relying on a psychic to help her through her split from Chris Martin.

It's been over a year since the 42-year-old actress and her estranged husband announced their split through a post on her blog titled 'conscious uncoupling'.

They've remained on good terms since then and venture out with their kids Apple and Moses on a regular basis. But Gwyneth is apparently struggling to move on fully from her spouse of over ten years.

"Gwyneth has exhausted all her friends with Chris chat, so turned to a top psychic for guidance," an insider told British magazine Closer. "She was told to admit to Chris she still had feelings for him and see if he felt the same. Another psychic said she'd find love with Chris again."

The blonde star has spoken about the decision to end things, previously admitting she had doubts at first.

However Chris has seemingly moved on, striking up a relationship with Jennifer Lawrence. The 38-year-old Coldplay frontman and Hunger Games actress are even thought to have spent Easter together, leaving Gwyneth feeling confused.

"Seeing Chris with other women has been hard for Gwyneth. And although Chris openly tells her how much he still loves spending time together as a family and how important she is to him, she's still not sure if he actually wants to try again," the insider added.

The Hollywood beauty is thought to be planning an "open and honest discussion" with Chris about their future, but she's apparently "terrified" of what her estranged spouse will say during their talk.

Glee creator Brad Falchuk is also in the mix, as he and Gwyneth have been romantically linked.

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