When Colbert asked if they were more "evolved" than the normal divorced couple, she replied, "Certainly not … No, but the divorce is terrible. It was really painful. It was really difficult, and I think we really wanted our children to be as unscathed as possible. And we thought, if we could really maintain the family even though we were not a couple, it was a goal. That's what we tried to do. "
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That explains his infamous choice of words -" conscious decoupling "- when they announced their separation into March 2014 after a marriage of 10. Their divorce was final in July 2016. They have two children together, Apple and Moses.
"We have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much, we will remain separated," they said, "We are, however, and will always be a family, and in many ways we are closer than we have ever been," they announced at the time, reports People
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The former duo remained friendly and worked to keep their family intact, even taking holidays together, reports People This may not be the norm, but it is clear that the couple are doing their best to take care of their family. His words may be interesting (like his brother, really?) But the meaning behind them seems very sincere.
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Oh, and Gwyneth is doing well now. She is engaged to Brad Falchuk, which she confirmed in Goop Magazine after People . Wishing these two love birds all the conscious coupling in the world.