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The Sun Online has contacted a representative for the singer for comment.Just months ago Chris revealed there were dark and devastating consequences to his split from Gwyneth which he dealt with in secret, confiding only with his bandmates.Berryman owned a clothing shop called "Jezebell" in London, which closed down due to debt.On 7 June 2010, The Sun reported that Berryman and his brother Mark would be forming a company dealing with antiques.Soon after, he dropped out of his engineering course and switched to a seven-year architecture programme at The Bartlett (UCL's school of architecture).He dropped out of his architecture degree after one year to focus on playing bass with Coldplay.She must now keep 100 yards away from himself, girlfriend Dakota Johnson, 29, and his children Apple, 14, and Moses, 12.
“Towards the end of the Mylo tour, it was a very difficult period for about a year or so of feeling completely worthless and nothing to anybody. The 35-year-old bassist reportedly popped the question to his Dutch beau Keshia Gerrits, 23, last month after dating her for two years.A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''They're really loved-up and are already planning to get married in a secret London location.'' Guy's bandmates - Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion - will be attending the wedding along with their partners, but Guy and Keshia are keen for their romantic ceremony to be a small affair, with just close friends and immediate family present.Speaking in documentary film Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams, the singer said: “Through the course of the next album Mylo Xyloto (in 2011), it was pretty clear that I was doing well in some parts of my life and really not well in others.
“When we’re on tour, it’s just a little bubble, you become institutionalised.
Berryman was born in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, and was educated at two independent schools: at The Edinburgh Academy in the city of Edinburgh in Scotland, and at Kent College in the city of Canterbury in England, before attending University College London.