File - A message posed on the actress’ blog Tuesday says that “while we love each other very much, we will remain separate.”
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Like any world unto itself, Hollywood has its own lexicon.Thomas said that the assumption that people would have only one lifetime partner – and that anything else is a failure – came from a time long ago when lifespans were much shorter.Others, though, were touched by the message – while noting how expertly it was managed from a public relations standpoint, with the news released late Tuesday, after the celebrity weeklies had all closed their issues.The fact that the couple made the statement on Paltrow's website gave them message control.Paltrow and Martin, the Coldplay frontman, have two children – Apple, 9, and Moses, 7 – so they have a strong reason to control the message.Longtime Hollywood public relations expert Howard Bragman agreed, applauding the couple for their honesty and civility.Singer found the message especially meaningful because she went through a divorce last year, and sought her own version of "conscious uncoupling".Singer added that she and her husband looked for a marriage counselor that would help them, well, uncouple.Min says she doesn't think that image will change one way or the other – for either fans or detractors.
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