Gwyneth's Wedding Bombshell! Ex-Hubby Chris To 'Give Her Away' At Secret Ceremony

Dec. 19 2017, Updated 12:59 p.m. ET

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Nearly a year-and-a-half after Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's bombshell divorce, the actress is gearing up to get hitched again, and, in a shocking twist, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively the Coldplay crooner will walk her down the aisle!

What's more — her movie producer hubby-to-be, Brad Falchuk, is surprisingly thrilled with the plan!

Paltrow, 45, who's father Bruce tragically passed away of cancer in 2002, "wants Chris to give her away at her wedding to Brad or no one at all," the insider dished.

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Martin, 40, was a strong pillar of support for the actress when her dad was dying.  “She doesn’t know how she would’ve gotten through that difficult time without Chris.

“So who better to stand up for her at her wedding to Brad? It might seem strange to some but it makes perfect sense to Gwyneth and Chris," the informant reveals to Radar.

As fans know, Martin penned the song "Swallowed in the Sea" after Paltrow’s father died and the pair have remained close since they divorced in July 2016 after being married for ten years and sharing two kids together, Apple, 13, and Moses, 10.

As previously revealed by Radar, Paltrow and Falchuk, 46, got engaged in November after dating for only three years.

The duo met when the actress made an appearance on his show as Holly Holliday, a substitute teacher.

These are happier times for the actress who was recently granted a restraining order against stalker Justin Massler after he sent her threatening e-mails.

Paltrow and Falchuk are set to marry during a lavish ceremony in 2018.

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