Coldplay singer Chris Martin is reportedly keen to work on his marriage with Gwyneth Platrow after they announced their split earlier this week and he is hoping they can ''rediscover what they had years ago''.
The Coldplay singer - whose split from the actress was announced on Tuesday (25.03.14) - is said to be keen to work on their relationship in an attempt to save their 10-year marriage.
A source told the Sunday Mirror newspaper: ''Chris still loves Gwyneth and would still like the marriage to survive.
''He hopes they might be able to rediscover what they had years ago and would love to rebuild their relationship back to what it once was.''
It has also emerged that the two former lovers plan to live in their Miami home, but in separate wings.
Meanwhile, the pair were spotted having dinner with friends just days after announcing their split.
Speaking to The Sun on Sunday newspaper, an insider said: ''You would never have guessed they had just split up. They looked like they were getting on OK, but perhaps it was a little strained.
''Chris seemed in good form and was telling lots of jokes. Gwyneth pulled a few faces but it was all in good spirits.''
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