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Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence cosy up at vineyard

21st August, 2014 by Lauren Eads

Chris Martin famously “consciously uncoupled” from his wife Gwyneth Paltrow earlier this year, but it appears the Coldplay singer is now moving on having been spotted wooing Hollywood beauty Jennifer Lawrence at a New York vineyard.

Credit: Wolfer Estate

Credit: Wolfer Estate

The pair, who have reportedly been seeing each other since late June, enjoyed a romantic afternoon at the Wolffer Estate Vineyard in New York recently, according to reports by EOnline. 

The Wolffer Estate, in Sagaponack, New York, was founded by Christian Wölffer in 1987 and was originally a potato farm but is now home to 55-acres of Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and small lots of Trebbiano, Pinot Noir and Vignole.

Overseen by winemaker Roman Roth, it sits on part of a 175-acre estate which boasts 30 paddocks, an indoor jumping ring, and a Grand Prix field.

Speaking on its recent A-list arrivals, a source told EOnline: “They were there on a date. They were very low-key, nobody realized who they were. The setting was super-romantic. They watched the sun go down together, then quietly left.”

The actress, known for her roles in The Hunger Games, X-Men and Silver Linings Playbook, turned 24 days after the pair’s visit.

Earlier this year Lawrence split from her X-Men co-star Nicholas Hoult, while 37-year-old Martin separated from his wife Paltrow, with whom he has two children, Apple and Moses, after 10 years together.

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Coldplay’s Chris Martin

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Actress Jennifer Lawrence

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