The Oscar-winning actress 40, mother to Apple 8 and Moses 6, wife to rock star Chris Martin of Coldplay and founder of the successful lifestyle website Goop and BFF to Queen Bey admits she is still out of sorts over the loss of a child. She tells The Mail's Sunday You magazine, she nearly died trying to have a third child.
“I had a really bad experience with my third”
The “Iron Man”looks so much like her own famous actress mum, Blythe Danner best known for her role in Meet The Fockers, says, “my children ask me to have a another child all of the time.” Her husband and she are committed co-parents and she relishes in the choice she made a choice well made when it comes to the subject of their father. But the devastating miscarriage has left her heartbroken and still missing the third baby.
Paltrow gets moody seeing Beyonce with one-year old Blue Ivy
She would like to squeeze another child into her life but the miscarriage has left a bad taste in her mouth for carrying child again and she’s not so sure she can do the diaper-thing again.
Her new book, Its All Good, was inspired by her health scare
A second cookbook was inspired by migraines, vitamin D deficiency, congested liver, thyroid imbalance, anemia and a benign tumor on her ovary that needed to be removed. “I knew it was time for a change.”Her good friend and doctor, Dr. Jung suggested a cleansing for 21-days to get things started on the road to health and recovery. The diet was the beginning to changes Paltrow would make for the rest of her life, no ‘quick fixes.’
“I am the original Jewish Mother, making healthy recipes that taste good and look good”
“Creating meals for my family and friends, sitting and talking and laughing-that is when I’m so happy. Oh my god I wish you could see how much food I make,” coos the stunning actress now at her healthy level best. She adores her younger brother Jake 37, and says she’s had the ‘love of your life’ relationship with her late father Bruce Paltrow who dies in 2002 and inspired her first cookbook, My Father’s Daughter. Her relationship with her mother is not as close.
On motherhood to Moses and Apple
She works to keep her children’s life as normal as possible picking them up after school and hanging out with the other moms. The laws in London to protect children making this easier than living in the United States and make ‘normal’ living like going to soccer games and getting an ice cream much more do-able. The papprazzi in the United States try to make celebrity runs of stalking private homes and capturing unwelcome pictures of women arising out of cars, not the sort of thing you wish for your children.
Marriage is complicated
Not as much as the press would like their marriage to be but not being photographed in each other’s presence does boost the gossip column. They have the usual go at celebrity couple troubles but she does indeed adore her husband as much as her children.
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