PEOPLE: Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin were in an open marriage.

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This week we’ve got a full week of Gwyneth Paltrow/Chris Martin divorce stories. Last week we learned of their “Conscious Uncoupling” and this week we’re starting to learn a little more about what went wrong.

According to People, Gwyneth and Chris had been separated for quite some time, and at times were in an open relationship. There you have it – the root of all evil! Let’s get one thing clear….. open relationships don’t work. NOT if you intend to stay in a committed relationship. Call me old fashioned, I’ve been called worse. :)

Long before they announced their split and introduced the world to the term “conscious uncoupling”, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin were struggling to stay a couple. In this week’s cover story, several friends tell PEOPLE that the pair, who were married for 10 years, at times had an “open” relationship.

“They were physically separated and emotionally,” says a Paltrow insider. Adds a close friend of the 41-year-old actress: “They have been on and off for many years. The marriage was falling apart.”

Personality conflicts and distance proved challenging for the couple, who are parents to daughter Apple, 9½, and son Moses, who turns 8 next week.

The Coldplay rocker, 37, “is the kind of person who is always in a T-shirt,” says another friend. “She’s much more glam.”

With two busy careers to sustain, “they seemed to have a pretty mature handle on that crazy rotation of being superstars and parents,” says a source who knows them both. “But that balance, given the time they had to spend apart, clearly couldn’t sustain itself.”

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Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 at 9:09am
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