Jennifer Lawrence visits Chris Martin following split

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

JENNIFER Lawrence spent two hours at Chris Martin's house on Thursday night (30.10.14).

The 'Hunger Games' star, who recently split from the Coldplay frontman after four months of dating, reportedly visited his mansion in Malibu, California to collect the last her belongings.

It is not known if Chris was home at the time, but the 'Magic' hitmaker attended Kate Hudson's Halloween party shortly after the Oscar winner was photographed leaving his house in her black Cadillac.

A source told E! News that the 37-year-old British rocker spent the evening chatting with two women, including former '90210' star Sara Foster, who was wearing a figure-hugging leotard.

Other guests at the party included Goldie Hawn, Lily Allen, Katy Perry and Jessica Alba.

A source recently revealed that the 24-year-old actress broke up with Chris because she thought he was "a little too close" to his estranged wife, Gwyneth Paltrow, whom he split from in March after 10 years of marriage.

The insider said: "She broke it off with Chris. She was tired of the spotlight on their relationship and she also thought that Chris and Gwyneth were a little too close for comfort. It was an odd situation for her.

"It was kind of serious but also not really in a sense. It was really just [Jennifer] having fun and living in the moment, enjoying time with someone she likes, but [Chris and Gwyneth's] close relationship got to her in the end and she felt like it wasn't worth it."

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