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Actress Gwyneth Paltrow posts a photo with the ex, Chris Martin’s mother and her new mother-in-law, on International women’s Day.
Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that she feels just like everyone else when it comes to the aging of the population.
The Oscar-winner, 46, spoke candidly about growing older in Hollywood in the in a recent Garbage podcast, The Beauty Closet, the hosts, Jean Godfrey-June, and Megan O’neill.
She told me that she is now embracing her age, and having a few wrinkles in spite of struggling with their bodies when they were younger.
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“I have always felt so funny about my looks,” Paltrow admitted. “I think it would be very rare for you to think that you’re a good man, and so I feel like I am just the same as any other woman, just as I don’t see that when I look in the mirror.”
“I think that, for me, it is the internal feeling,” she continued. “You know, if I were to go on in life and it makes me feel more and more myself and less judgmental about myself, my values become clearer to me. I can be in integrity all the time, and it was a lot harder when you’re a young woman, and you are trying to please him, and try to juggle all of these things.”
Paltrow has admitted that many times in her industry, women of a certain age “to put it in a box.”
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“It’s a strange thing to do — I don’t mean it in a pejorative way to put into practice,” she said. “I think when you get to the age when your this wide-ranging identity and that is, what does it mean to get out of lines and wrinkles and, as such, are closer to the menopause, and all of these things?”
“What’s going on with your identity as a woman, if you don’t f— – – able and nice to look at?” she thought.
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Paltrow added that she hopes that other men and women in their forties, and “what [they’ve] been, [and] hopefully, all of you, and the value of the relationships in your life and in your work, and your contribution to the world.”