Gwyneth Paltrow and husband Brad Falchuk don’t actually live together

Here’s what we know…

Here’s what we know…

Ever since her split from Chris Martin in 2013, Gwyneth Paltrow has never been afraid to shake up relationship rules, coining the well-known phrase, ‘conscious uncoupling’.

And it seems that her marriage with new husband Hollywood producer Brad Falchuk is just as modern, from reportedly bringing her ex husband along on her honeymoon with Brad to spending time with both of her mothers-in-law on International Women’s Day.

This week, Gwyneth redefined marriage once again as she revealed that she and her husband Brad don’t actually live together.

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According to Gwyneth, she and her husband of nine months divide the week, living together for only four nights and then living in separate houses for the other three.

‘Oh, all my married friends say that the way we live sounds ideal and we shouldn’t change a thing,’ the 46-year-old explained in a recent interview with The Sunday Times.

The revelation has divided the public, but Gwyneth has said herself that she doesn’t care what other people think.

‘I don’t care about the haters,’ she stated. ‘Haters are irrelevant to me.’

‘Now, for the first time, I feel I’m in an adult relationship that is sometimes uncomfortable, because he sort of demands a certain level of intimacy and communication that I haven’t been held to before,’ she has said previously about her relationship with Brad to The Sunday Times. ‘What came up in the first couple of years of our relationship was how incapable I was in this realm, how I feared intimacy and communication.’

Well, that’s that.

Jenny Proudfoot
Features Editor

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