Gwyneth Paltrow's Ex-Husband Chris Martin Joined Her On Her Honeymoon

Gwyneth Paltrow Tacitly Endorses Butt Stuff & Mocks Chris Martin At Same Time

The Iron Man actress tied the knot with Brad Falchuk in The Hamptons in September, and has revealed their romantic getaway was full on family affair as they were joined in the Maldives by the Coldplay frontman and his two children with Gwyneth, Apple, 14, and Moses, 12.

"We just took our honeymoon in the Maldives", she said on United States morning show Live with Kelly and Ryan on Wednesday.

Gwyneth explained: 'We just took our honeymoon in the Maldives and we had a big family honeymoon over Christmas.

Not many people would label Gwyneth Paltrow as having an embarrassing disposition, but her teenage daughter would beg to differ. "My new husband, and his children, my children, my ex-husband, our best family friends". 'They just want to see their parents around the dinner table, basically, so we try to keep that'. Talking about how her cleanses have changed - she no longer goes for liquid-only, unless she's experimenting for Goop - Paltrow shared, "I would say in the past 10 years, it's more about eliminating any allergen or anything that's inflammatory and kind of letting the body heal".


The newly married star also discussed Apple's embarrassment over her mom during a visit to The Tonight Show Wednesday, telling Jimmy Fallon she doesn't quite "talk like" his "Ew!" character Sara-with-no-H, but her behavior isn't that far off.

The former couple have two children, Apple and Moses.

But while she's not about all deprivation, all the time, Paltrow did encourage her listeners to experiment with their diets a bit. I was on the road alone a lot. "Sometimes it's quite tough on a personal level", she added. He said: "It's always out there in the media, but I have a very wonderful separation-divorce". Or you can put yourself in the garage, so to speak.

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