Melanie Griffith thinks Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin make an “superior” couple.
The 62-year-old actress is an enormous fan of her daughter’s boyfriend – who she has been courting on and off for 2 years – and thinks the Coldplay frontman is an efficient match for the ‘Fifty Shades of Gray’ actress.
Melanie instructed Folks Now: “I really like my daughter’s boyfriend. I feel that they are an superior couple.”
This is not the primary time the ‘Working Woman’ actress – who has Dakota with ex-husband Don Johnson – has sung the praises of the 42-year-old singer.
Talking final 12 months, Melanie gushed: “I am keen on him! However [Dakota] may be very personal about her life, and I respect that.”
In the meantime, it was lately claimed Chris’ ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow – the mom of his children Apple, 15, and 12-year-old Moses – inspired the ‘Repair You’ hitmaker to rekindle his relationship with Dakota following a quick cut up in June.
A supply mentioned: “Gwyneth is the one who pushed them to do it. Gwyneth is glad is Chris is glad, she solely needs the very best for him.”
The 46-year-old actress – who’s now married to Brad Falchuk – and the ‘One thing Simply Like This’ singer have remained shut pals since their divorce in 2016, and are supportive of each other’s new romances, with Chris even becoming a member of Gwyneth, their youngsters, and her new partner on a household trip for her and Brad’s honeymoon.
In the meantime, it was beforehand reported the ‘Yellow’ hitmaker and Dakota, 29, reconciled for a romantic break in The Hamptons, New York, the place it is believed they rekindled their romance.
An insider mentioned: “Chris and Dakota have nearly two years of historical past however they began to float aside earlier this 12 months.
“He was clear with the folks round him that it was over, however issues change they usually have been drawn again collectively.
“Chris had a enjoyable couple of months, together with his journey again to the UK for Glastonbury, the place he actually loved himself.
“However they each began to actually miss one another and now they’re giving issues one other go.”