Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Martin have very public date in NYC
<p>Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin reunited over the weekend at New York’s Central Park for what many called a “romantic date.” Well, that depends. The Times’ Christy Khoshaba has the details.<strong> </strong></p>
Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin appear to be very much back on.
The Oscar-winning actress and the Coldplay musician were spotted together over the weekend doing romantic things — you know, like having a very conspicuous lunch, walking hand in hand in Central Park and boarding a flight together, according to several reports.
“The Hunger Games” star met with the English rocker for lunch at Central Park’s Tavern On the Green on Saturday, after which they left the New York restaurant holding hands and made their way to Strawberry Fields, the park’s memorial to John Lennon, according to Page Six and Us Weekly.
On Sunday, they boarded a private plane heading to Boston out of Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, E! News said.
The “X-Men” star, 24, and the recording artist, 38, have been romantically linked since August but split briefly in October. However, they are believed to “communicate daily” despite their busy schedules and “see each other when they can,” E! said. The couple were last seen together at One Direction star Harry Styles’ 21st birthday in January, according to People.
Lawrence has also been erroneously linked to frequent costar Bradley Cooper, with whom she’s filming their latest David O’Russell flick, “Joy,” in Bean Town. By Monday, the actress was back at work filming a sailboat scene for the drama, the Daily Mail reported.
Meanwhile, Martin’s ex Gwyneth Paltrow, from whom he consciously uncoupled in March 2014, spent Easter in L.A. with their kids, Apple and Moses.
The “Glee” guest star has been rumored to be dating “Glee” showrunner Brad Falchuk since last summer — and the two were spotted together at her “Iron Man” costar Robert Downey Jr.'s 50th-birthday bash in Santa Monica over the weekend.
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