Coldplay vocalist Chris Martin's estranged wife actress Gwyneth Paltrow has recently been reported to "offer assistance" to Brad Pitt in the latter's recent divorce.
As exclusively disclosed by Radar Online, Paltrow reportedly "reached out" to Pitt and even offered to be an "unofficial mediator" for Pitt and Jolie.
"She's egotistical enough to think he'll want her advice about consciously uncoupling from Angelina," revealed the Radar Online insider.
"That's the last thing Brad's thinking about right now, of course," the insider added.
Paltrow and Pitt met while filming the psychological thriller film Se7en. The two eventually dated and got engaged in 1996. However, their romance only lasted for another year and the wedding was called off as Paltrow claimed to be "not yet ready" for married life.
The actress even mentioned in her Biography magazine interview, the lessons she learned from her first relationship a fellow actor, "I said things about being in a relationship (with Brad) that felt wrong to me even as I was saying them."
Paltrow has yet to confirm these issues. However, she's currently dating another Brad-definitely not her ex-fiancé, but TV writer and producer Brad Falchuk.
Hearts broke when actress-producer Angelina Jolie filed for divorce in September from husband and fellow actor-producer Brad Pitt. Jolie cited substance abuse, alcohol, and anger management concerns as some of the reason for filing. The two have been together since 2004 but only got married in 2014. Currently, the "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" couple has six kids and Jolie is still fighting for full custody of all children.
Since the report about the Hollywood royal couple surfaced, various third party rumors started circulating. According to sources, Jolie hired a private investigator to check if husband Pitt is cheating on her. And later found out that he indeed was fooling around with "Allied" co-star Marion Cotillard.
However, French actress and Academy Award Winner Cotillard strongly denied involvement in the issue and expressed her "devastation" to being dragged in the split up.
"All this fuss will be a huge shock to her," said a source close to Cotillard and her family, as reported by The Daily Mail UK.
"Allied" opens in theaters on Nov. 23.