The Fifty Shades beauty, 33, and Coldplay singer, 45, have been coupled up for more than five years, but tipsters tatted she's growing leery of her emotionally distant live-in love.
"Gwyn told Dakota that Chris' moods are part of the package with him," the insider squealed. "Gwyn said even after they married and had two kids, Chris would just say, 'I'm going off for a bit,' and fly away to be alone with his thoughts and write songs in solitude. That's just how he rolls as an artist."
Another pal dished that Dakota is having second thoughts about fully investing in a relationship with her standoffish sweetie.
"Dakota wants a husband who is all in and wants to raise a family with her," the insider close to the couple confided. "With Chris, she just gets the feeling you never get 100 perfect of him, and that's why he and Gwyneth eventually split up."
"Dakota believes Chris holds something away to himself," the source continued, "and it makes Dakota fear they may not have a future." The news of their relationship issues comes just days after the duo was granted a restraining order against a woman who believed she was married to Chris and lived in the couple's home.
According to the legal documents, the notoriously private couple claimed they are fearful for their safety after the female's alleged harassment moved offline and onto their doorstep. Dakota recently had a scary close encounter with the stalker, causing the actress to flee for her safety into their home.
The musician claimed the woman tried to get into their residence on several occasions — as recent as last week when he allegedly caught her on camera ringing his doorbell.
The judge wasted no time, ordering the woman to stay 100 yards away from Chris, Dakota, and the children he shares with Gwyneth, including their home and Johnson's vehicle.