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JLaw 'moves in with Chris Martin'

Published 27/05/2015

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence has allegedly moved into Chris Martin's beach home for three months.

The two stars have been linked since last year, and seemingly confirmed their romance when they attended Harry Styles' 21st birthday together in February.

And now it seems things have stepped up a gear, with Jennifer allegedly getting comfy in Chris' Malibu beach home.

"Jen moved into Chris' pad last month while she's having building work done to her house. It was very much Chris who pushed for the move as Jen was hesitant that it might be too soon," an insider told British magazine Closer.

"He sees the building work as the perfect excuse to prove to her he's moved on from his marriage. She's expected to be there for around three months and it's a huge step for the pair."

Chris' high profile union with Gwyneth Paltrow ended in March 2014 after ten years, when they announced they were "consciously uncoupling".

Their divorce was finalised earlier this year, and Gwyneth is thought to be dating Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk. The actress is said to be so loved up that she's now ready for Jennifer to meet her and Chris' two children, Apple and Moses.

"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," the insider said.

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