Chris Martin is 'crazy' about ex Jennifer Lawrence

Chris Martin is still
Chris Martin is still "crazy" about ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence and hopes to win her back after their recent split.

CHRIS Martin is still "crazy" about Jennifer Lawrence and "doesn't really want their relationship to end."

The British rocker, 38, recently split from the 25-year-old Oscar winner for the third time because he wants to "be able to do what he wants when he wants to do it," but reportedly hopes to win her back again.

A source close to the Coldplay frontman, who has two children, Apple, 11, and Moses, nine, with ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow, said: "Chris doesn't really want the relationship to end, but he needs to be flexible so he can see his family as much as possible with his own work schedule. He's crazy about Jen but wants to keep his own schedule and be able to do what he wants when he wants to do it."

The 'Hunger Games' star is said to have dumped the 'Magic' hitmaker because she got "tired of Chris being so non-committal."

The insider told PEOPLE magazine: "Jennifer's been pretty good about sharing Chris with his family, in part because she has been too busy herself to have it become a real problem, but she still wants to see more of him."

But friends believe the pair, who first started dating last August, could rekindle their romance again in the future.

A source close to Jennifer added: "They still care about each other, so I can't say the romance is completely over."


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