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Jennifer Lawrence is ready to give her romance with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin yet another shot if he adheres to a set of rules, which include limiting the time he spends with estranged wife Gwyneth Paltrow.

Lawrence and Martin broke up last month after dating for four months after Lawrence expressed unhappiness at Martin's bond with Paltrow. Now, the "Hunger Games" actress wants to give their relationship another chance if Martin limits his interactions with Paltrow to just discussing their children, reports The Daily Star.

The other conditions put forward for Martin include not chatting on the phone with Paltrow when the singer is with Lawrence and spending time with his estranged wife only in the presence of his children. Lawrence also wants the couple to refrain from being overly affectionate and she wants the duo to legally end their 10-year-old marriage within the next six months, the report noted.

"Jennifer and Chris split because Jen felt like a third wheel in the marriage," a source told The Daily Star. "She loves Chris and wants to give their relationship another try but only if he agrees for certain things to change. She knows his children are his number one priority but she's made it clear she must come before Gwyneth.

"It's hard for her to watch him play happy families. It's also hard enough for them to hold down the relationship anyway with their busy schedules. So she's made it clear the only way it will work is if he spends less time with Gwyneth," the source noted.

Lawrence appears to be a woman who knows exactly what she wants, and in the latest issue of French magazine Madame Figaro, she says that she can only be with someone who lets her be herself. 

The 24-year-old actress also stated that she was adamant about keeping her personal life as private as possible. However, last month she was forced to comment on the nude photo scandal, which saw private  pictures of a number of celebrities leaked online in what has since been dubbed as The Fappening.

Calling it a sex crime, Lawrence told Vanity Fair: "Just because I'm a public figure, just because I'm an actress, does not mean that I asked for this. It does not mean that it comes with the territory. It's my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting. I can't believe that we even live in that kind of world. "