Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin are quickly approaching the 10-year milestone in their marriage.

But don't expect the good-looking couple to renew their vows in celebration of their landmark anniversary.

While recent rumors suggest the Goop goddess and the Coldplay frontman are planning to say "I Do" again in December, Gwyneth's rep tells E! News the rumors are just that—rumors.

But that doesn't mean a vow renewal is completely out of the question for Apple and Moses' parents, who will soon celebrate ten years as husband and wife.

In fact, back in April, E! News asked Paltrow if she and her sexy hubby had any plans to wed again (à la Matt Damon and wife Luciana), and the World's Most Beautiful Woman seemed open to the idea.

"People do that a lot now, don't they?" the 40-year-old blond beauty said. "Nobody in my family has ever done that. You never know."

Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin

And when E! News suggested the idea of a low-key ceremony like the couple originally had when they quietly tied the knot in Santa Barbara, Calif. (Paltrow's mom, Blythe Danner, wasn't even there), Gwyneth smiled, "I like that plan."

Paltrow also recently opened up about her marriage to Martin, telling Good Housekeeping magazine that marrying the Coldplay crooner was the "best decision" she's ever made.

But like any longtime lovebirds, the notoriously private twosome has gone through their fair share of ups and downs, and the Iron Man star has candidly spoken about her struggles. 

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"It's hard being married, the actress told Glamour U.K. in May. "You go through great times, you go through terrible times. We're the same as any couple," 

And she also recalled seeking advice from her father.

"I asked my dad once, 'How did you and Mum stay married for 33 years?' And he said, 'Well, we never wanted to get divorced at the same time. And I think that's what happens. When two people throw in the towel at the same time, you break up, but if one person's saying: 'Come on, we can do this,' you carry on. I've learned more about myself being married than anything else. I hate to say, 'We've got it worked out,' because you never know what's going to happen, but we laugh, we're good friends, we like to do the same stuff."

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