The former husband and wife who have become the model for a friendly divorce, reunited to give their children a happy Thanksgiving with their friends and family. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin spent the American holiday together with Apple, 11, and Moses, nine.
As the Coldplay singer explained in a recent interview with US presenter Ryan Seacrest: "Just because a romantic relationship ends doesn’t mean that the other facets of your relationship have to end, or indeed, it doesn’t mean they can’t get better."
Also clearly on good terms for the sake of their children are Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon who spent Thanksgiving with their twins Monroe and Moroccan, and his mother Beth. The diva, who is happily dating Australian tycoon James Packer, recently explained that she thought it was important for the four-year-old Roc and Roe "to see their parents together occasionally".
Gwyneth with Apple and Moses
Meanwhile, the entire Kardashian clan were also together, with exes Caitlyn and Kris at the same dinner – as well as her daughter Kourtney Kardashian and her estranged partner Scott Disick.
Kris showed what it was all about by cradling her newest grandson Reign, who is Kourtney and Scott's son in her arms in one of the first pictures of him. The little boy will be one in a matter of weeks and his parents recently had a friendly lunch together, presumably to discuss arrangements for the holidays.
However, the exes who really showed the way in terms of showing how to achieve a modern family are Gwyneth and Chris.
They are so close that both the Iron Man actress and his new girlfriend Annabelle Wallis to lend their vocals to some tracks on Coldplay's new album.
The British singer explained that he asked them both to feature because the group wanted people who are important to them to play a part in their new album, A Head Full of Dreams.
"Everyone who got asked to sing on our album has an important part in our lives," Chris told The Wall Street Journal. "This is the Wall Street Journal, so I don't want to get too hippie, but what I'm trying to learn in my life is the value of every human."