Looks like Gwyneth Paltrow may not be quite ready to let go of her marriage.
The 41-year-old beauty, who announced her split from Coldplay frontman Chris Martin just two weeks ago, resurfaced in Los Angeles on Monday following her trip to the Bahamas with her ex and two kids, Apple and Moses.
Paltrow was wearing her wedding ring when she left her home around 10:30 a.m. before heading to a private gym for a nearly two-hour workout.
Following her lengthy sweat session, the Oscar-winner spent the rest of the day at home. There was "no sign of the kids and she appeared to be a little sad," a source tells E! News of Paltrow's outing. However, the Iron Man star may also be in mourning following the death of her grandmother Dorothy, who passed away on March 31.
The mother of two has since returned home following the pair's family vacation, during which the amicable exes enjoyed some quiet time away from the media spotlight in the wake of their much-buzzed about separation (the family of four jetted out just before the duo announced, via a statement posted on Paltrow's posh-lifestyle site, that they had separated after 10 years of marriage).
"It is with hearts full of sadness that we have decided to separate," the two revealed in a post titled "Conscious Uncoupling." "We have been working hard for well over a year, some of it together, some of it separated, to see what might have been possible between us, and we have come to the conclusion that while we love each other very much we will remain separate."
As for what went wrong?
One source said the pair simply "grew apart" and "fell out of love," while another insisted that the two will remain close.
"They're best friends. Most important are the kids and they will continue to co-parent," the source exclusively told E! News after the split. "They're in a great place. They tried, but know this is a better way for them to be. They still love each other, but they realize it's best not to be a couple anymore."
Another insider reiterated, "They fell out of love. The one thing that kept them together was the kids. The kids mean the world to them. The love was lost. They realized that they were more friends and not lovers and they were at different stages of their careers."
Despite the breakup, Paltrow is staying strong and even expressed her "deep gratitude" for the support of so many via her website.
"For both Chris and Gwyneth, I mean they worked really hard," Diaz told E! News exclusively at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. "People want them to blow up and it to be ugly, but they're kind, generous, loving people who really care about one another. Just because they don't want to be a couple together, doesn't mean that they have to hate one another. They are really good friends."
Diaz added of her pal, "She's doing great. They're doing great."
—Additional reporting by Michelle Falls