Coldplay's Chris Martin Felt 'Completely Worthless' Following Gwyneth Paltrow Split

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin is opening up about his mental health.

In the British band's upcoming documentary, Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams, the "Fix You" hitmaker revealed that he privately struggled with depression amid his high-profile split from movie star and ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow in 2014, E! News reports.

"I was just like, 'I'm a mess,' really, because I can't enjoy the great things around me. Then, of course, I went through a breakup with Gwyneth," Martin said, admitting that he felt "completely worthless and nothing to anybody" for an entire year after the celeb pairing called it quits. He added, "Listen, I'm never going to moan — I'm grateful for everything — but it was pretty touch and go."

As Coldplay's former manager, Phil Harvey, explained, "I was worried about him to the extent that I was just really glad to get a text in the morning, just to know he was OK."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Martin, 41, and Paltrow, 46, announced their divorce — or, as the Goop guru famously called it, their "conscious uncoupling" — after over a decade of marriage. The former couple had eloped in 2003 and share two children together: 14-year-old daughter Apple and 12-year-old son Moses.

Thankfully, both Martin and Paltrow seem to be in much better places these days. For his part, the "Yellow" singer has been romantically linked with actress Dakota Johnson, 29, since December 2017. While the notoriously private pair, who sparked pregnancy rumors just last month, are known to keep their relationship largely under wraps, the Fifty Shades star recently told Tatler Magazine, "I'm not going to talk about it. But I am very happy."

Meanwhile, Paltrow tied the knot with producer Brad Falchuk, 47, in a star-studded ceremony held at the actress' home in the Hamptons in late September 2018. Of getting hitched for a second time, the Avengers: Infinity War star later told Marie Claire UK, "For a while, I thought, I don't know if I'd ever do it again. I have my kids — what's the point?" However, she added, "And then I met this incredible man, who made me think, no, this person is worth making this commitment to. I'm very much the marrying kind. I love being a wife. I love making a home."

In addition to being available to stream via Amazon Prime on Friday, Nov. 16, Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams will see a limited theatrical release starting on Wednesday, Nov. 14.