Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin reunite for Thanksgiving with kids

27 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin reunite to spend Thanksgiving together with the kids.

Gwyn and Chris – who have said recently they’re trying “really hard” to make their relationship “better” for the sake of their children – seemed to put aside any differences on Thursday as they gathered with their two children, Apple and Moses, to celebrate the holiday.

With the approaching December 4 release of Coldplay’s seventh album ‘Head Full of Dreams’, the band has been releasing snippets of each track in their timelines to hype up their fans. In a snap, shared by the 43-year-old actress on her Instagram, the former couple can be seen with their 11-year-old daughter and nine-year-old son and extended family. Members have also been dropping fun facts about the songs for the past weeks, which include a feature on US President Barack Obama singing Amazing Grace.

The couple called time on their 12-year marriage last year but, although the romantic side of their relationship crumbled, they’re determined to keep a strong bond to ensure their children are unaffected. Speaking on On Air with Ryan Seacrest , Chris, 38, said: “Just because a romantic relationship ends doesn’t mean that the other facets of your relationship have to end or, indeed, doesn’t mean they can’t get better.” The Coldplay frontman said, although the split was heartbreaking, he was able to figure out where he’d “gone wrong” in the past after he separated from Gwyn.

Meanwhile, the actress – who is now dating the executive producer of Scream Queens, Brad Falchuk – previously admitted she felt like she had failed when she split from Chris . The fourth song in the album, entitled ‘Everglow’, was also premiered by Zane Lowe at his World Record Beats 1 radio show Thursday, where Chris Martin explained the song’s message. “I was in the ocean one day with this surfer guy… He was like, ‘Yo dude, I was doing this thing the other day, man, it gave me this total everglow!’ I was like, ‘What an amazing word!’ Then the song came completely out. To me, it’s about — whether it’s a loved one or a situation or a friend or a relationship that’s finished, or someone’s passed away — I was really thinking about, after you’ve been through the sadness of something, you also get this everglow and that’s what it’s about,” Martin explains. I really don’t come from a culture of divorce at all and I had very high hopes for what my life could be like. “I think that it was very difficult for me that I couldn’t do that and that I wasn’t able to be married to the father of my children for the rest of my life.

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