Gwyneth Paltrow & Chris Martin
Posted 09 April 2010 - 02:18 AM
Posted 11 April 2010 - 09:42 AM
Gwyneth Paltrow was plagued by doubts following the birth of her second child, because she "didn't feel anything" for her baby son Moses.
The Hollywood actress has two children with her rocker husband Chris Martin - Apple, five, and Moses, four.
But the "Iron Man" star admits that when her son was born in 2006, she failed to bond with him and kept her post-natal problems secret until the Coldplay star confronted her over the issue.
She tells Vogue magazine, "At my lowest, I was a robot. I just didn't feel anything. I had no maternal feelings for him - it was awful. I had no thoughts of harming him, thank God, but I couldn't connect, and still, when I look at pictures of him at three months old, I don't remember that time.
"My problem was that I never acknowledged anything was wrong. I just carried on as normal, and I just felt crazy. It was Chris, actually, who said out loud that something was wrong. And that was such a relief when he did because it was confirmation that it wasn't just me."
Paltrow admits she managed to work through her emotional issues with her husband's help, and found a new exercise program helped lift her from her misery.
She adds, "That was the beginning. That was when I cracked it - I started exercising and I started thinking about working again. That's my problem, though. Sometimes I have a hard time saying what I need to say. I'll be annoyed. I'll stew. I'll build a wall around me and give off the silent treatment - and I know that's not healthy."
Posted 14 April 2010 - 02:55 PM
On her lifestyle for two months in Tennessee while filming her new movie Love Don’t Let Me Down: “The director, Shana Feste, didn’t want me to have any definition whatsoever, so I had to stop working out… I was so bad with the food and alcohol in Nashville. If you saw me naked compared to what I looked like when I did Iron Man 2, where I was eating so well and exercising everyday…I’ll get it back together, but I just have never eaten so much fried food and white flour in my life, ever.”
On her husband, Coldplay’s Chris Martin: “He is so great because he’s so supportive of me as an artist. He loves the fact that I’m working and was so fulfilled by this job that I did in Nashville. He’s my biggest supporter. He’s always like, ‘We’ll make it work.’ I really lucked out with him. He’s deeply lovely and special.”
On the little joys in life: “When you’re having dinner with your kids and your husband and someone says something funny or you’re dying laughing because your three-year-old made a fart joke, it doesn’t matter what else is going on. That’s real happiness.”
Iron Man co-star Robert Downey Jr. on Gwyn’s personality: “She knows how to go large and she knows how to be that thing and that person and then the rest of the time she’s wearing a pair of yoga pants and steaming some cod or something.”
FYI: Gwyn wears black Givenchy and an embroidered layered-chiffon gown by Valentino.
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Posted 09 May 2010 - 05:09 PM
Ah. I'll consider that article a Mother's Day gift!
LOL, I agree!
Posted 10 May 2010 - 12:29 PM
what comments, Hihomumio?
I'm assuming these are the comments at issue:
Loki's forever soulmate Mickey Rourke, who just finished promoting Iron Man 2 with Fishsticks Paltrow (hint hint), says most movie stars can kiss his face (which is worse than kissing his ass) because he doesn't have a sliver of respect for them. Mickey wouldn't even respect them if they were covered in fluffy fur, yapped at the wind, tossed their own salad and shat out butt pieces the size of a thumbnail. That's saying a lot.
Mickey tells Parade Magazine (via HuffPo): “You can be less than mediocre and be a fucking movie star. I have respect for very few actors and actresses. Some of them get a lot of acclaim but just because their movie made $200 million at the box office, they still suck. I got no respect for them and I used to let them know it. It was important for me to put that aside and go, ‘You know what? This is a business. If you kiss the right ass and you get lucky on a movie or two, you could last 10 years.’ So, now, I just keep my mouth shut and pet my chihuahuas.”
Of course Mickey has to keep his mouth shut, because if he doesn't those asshole stars won't let him be in their movies and then how will he keep his little dog friends in the lifestyle they are accustomed to? Bedazzled dog bowls, canine anal bleaching and doggy nipple massages don't pay for themselves!
Posted 10 May 2010 - 04:58 PM
Posted 11 May 2010 - 10:37 AM
God help me, but Gwynnie was actually enjoyable in IM2. It doesn't hurt that pretty much all her scenes were with RDJ, who has chemistry with anyone/thing.
Well, to me...the movie had too much of her(it doesn't help that I'm already not a fan). Not enough Mickey, not enough Scarjo(but then she probably would've murdered the Russian accent she was supposed to have).
It didn't seem RDJ and Gwenyecch had chemistry and had way too much dialogue.
Posted 11 May 2010 - 09:22 PM
Posted 20 June 2010 - 08:18 PM
"Gwyneth Paltrow no-sun rule backfires
Gwyneth Paltrow learned that staying out of the sun could have health consequences when she was diagnosed with a severe Vitamin D deficiency.
Like many stars, the "Iron Man" actress insisted on staying out of the sun and covered up for summer trips, but then she learned her caution was costing her good health.
In her latest Goop.com newsletter to fans and friends, the actress has opened up about her secret health battle and advised others how to make sure they get just the right amount of sun with a little help from top doctor Frank Lipman.
Paltrow writes, "I suffered a pretty severe Tibial plateau fracture a few years ago (requiring surgery) which lead the orthopedic surgeon to give me a bone scan, at which point it was discovered I had the beginning stages of osteopenia.
"This led my western/eastern doctors in New York to test my Vitamin D levels, which turned out to be the lowest they had ever seen (not a good thing). I went on a prescription strength level of Vitamin D and was told to spend a bit of time in the sun!
"I was curious if this was safe, having been told for years to stay away from its dangerous rays, not to mention a tad bit confused as we are all well schooled in the dangers of overexposure to the sun."
Paltrow admits she took Dr. Lipman's advice and has now reversed her Vitamin D diagnosis, and she has called on the expert to offer readers tips on how to enjoy the summer sun's rays "sensibly."
He writes: "Numerous studies have shown that optimizing your Vitamin D levels may actually help prevent as many as 16 different types of cancer including pancreatic, lung, breast, ovarian, prostate, and colon cancers. And the best way to optimize Vitamin D levels is through safe, smart and limited sunscreen-free exposure to the sun."
Read more: http://www.sfgate.co...7#ixzz0rSRyVdvs
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