Paltrow 'will tour with Coldplay'

Last updated 05:00 01/04/2014
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UNCOUPLED: Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Gwyneth Paltrow will reportedly tour with Coldplay later this year.

The actress announced her separation from frontman Chris Martin last Tuesday, revealing they had "consciously uncoupled" after more than ten years of marriage.

According to UK newspaper The Sun, Gwyneth wants to make sure their two children, nine-year-old Apple and seven-year-old Moses, still get time with their dad. And as a result, she's apparently decided to join the rocker on the road.

"Gwyneth has pledged to travel with the band," a source said. "She's determined to keep things amicable and joked that she'll be their roadie."

Coldplay have yet to announce any dates, although the British band is soon expected to tour in support of their upcoming album Ghost. The record is slated for release this May.

Paltrow announced the former couple's separation on her lifestyle website GOOP, insisting the split was amicable.

In a new post on Friday, she added a P.S. at the end of a recipe for chicken soup, and thanked those who have wished her family well.

"CM and I in deep gratitude for the support of so many," she wrote, including a heart emoticon.

Martin's father also spoke out, revealing Paltrow would always be part of their family.

"If you are married you know you have good days and bad days," Anthony Martin told UK newspaper The Mirror. "We all have our ups and downs. It is sad because there are our two grandchildren. But it is all very amicable between them."

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