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Gwyneth Paltrow: It’s Not Easy Co-Parenting With Ex-Husband Chris Martin!

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Gwyneth Paltrow Opens Up On Co-Parenting With Chris Martin

Gwyneth and Chris broke up in 2016, but they still share two kids that they take care of. The two share a good relationship as they jointly look after their kids. However, Gwyneth revealed that co-parenting after splitting up is its ups and downs. She said:

β€œIt’s like you’re ending a marriage but you’re still in a family. That’s how it will be forever. Some days it’s not as good as it looks. We also have good days and bad days, but I think it’s driving towards the same purpose of unity and love and what’s best for [our kids].”

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Gwyneth Paltrow Still Has Love And Respect For Her Chris Martin

Gwyneth and Chris’ relationship is an example of how people can still respect their partner, even after splitting. She feels people are wrong to think that the ex-couples have nothing but hate for each other. She feels their relationship has improved since their divorce. She said:

β€œWe have this idea that just because we break up we can’t love the things about the person anymore that we loved and that’s not true. My divorce and my relationship with Chris now is better than our marriage was, so I think that it can be done.”

Kids Are Ahead Of Everything For Chris And Gwyneth

For Chris and Gwyneth, their kids are their biggest priority, and they keep away their difference to raise their children. She said:

β€œChris and I committed to putting them first and that’s harder than it looks because some days you really don’t want to be with the person that you are getting divorced from. But if you’re committed to having family dinner, then you do it.”

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Chris And Gwyneth Did Not Want To Hurt Their Kids

No parents would want to break the news of divorce to their children, and Gwyneth was no different. She revealed:

β€œWe desperately didn’t want to hurt our children. We didn’t want to lose our family. The questions, both philosophical and tactical, seemed unfathomable: Who sleeps where, how does bath time work, what do we say to the kids?”

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