Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Gwyneth Paltrow on the November 2018 Cover of Glamour UK Magazine

Gwyneth Paltrow just recently got married and she is also on the November 2018 Cover of Glamour UK magazine. On the wellness cover which was shot on the Google Pixel 3, GP is casual in a grey sweatshirt and pink workout leggings by G SPORT. In the issue, she talks wellness, family marriage and more. Continue below to read some excepts from her interview. For more on GP's feature, visit GlamourMagazine.co.uk and pick up a copy on newsstand.

On getting married again:
It’s fantastic. I feel so lucky and I am so grateful. It’s different to be in your mid-forties; do it again and bring all your experience, your pain, your happiness, suffering – everything. It’s actually very heartening, I feel very optimistic!

On her first detox:
I was a person who loved sugar, fried food and alcohol – I still am, quite frankly. But when I did my first 21-day cleanse called, The Clean Program and cut out caffeine, gluten, diary… I felt completely re-born. I was like, ‘this wellness thing is real! I feel incredible!’ Of course, I went back to martinis, but I try to do one once a year!

On the criticism she faced:
It’s important to keep going. It’s an important lesson. Women get a lot of push-back and a lot of criticism in a way men don’t – with women leaders you see it all the time. You see it to an incredible degree right now, especially in the United States. You cannot be defeated. You have to keep your eye on the prize and keep going, especially in a company like this, where I really feel that we are moving culture forward. A lot of the criticism we get, six months later or a year later everyone is doing it. By pattern, by recognition, I can see that everyone is up in arms that we are talking about acupuncture, but however many months later it’s adapted into culture.

On wellness:
You can see how much wellness is becoming a real market, it’s a trillion-dollar market now, it’s going to continue to progress. There will be more money and research behind different healing modalities. People do want to feel good and optimise their lives, and now there’s a whole industry being created to support it, so I think it’s limitless.

Credit: Glamour UK

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