Two days after Gwyneth Paltrow’s 46th birthday she marries producer Brad Falchuk during an intimate ceremony looking stunning in her Valentino wedding dress.
On September 29 the couple wed at Gwyneth’s residence in Amagansett, New York. A modest guest-list of seventy guests attended the wedding with a number of high profile guests, including Rob Lowe, Cameron Diaz, Steven Spielberg, and Robert Downey Jr.
Festivities started the night before with a rehearsal dinner under a canopy of bistro lights. Her much-anticipated wedding dress was a custom-made Valentino lace gown with cap sleeves, an illusion neckline, and an open back.
She wore a long tulle veil with naturally straight hair. Gwyneth opted for the natural look with soft makeup. For the reception, she changed into a short Stella McCartney jumpsuit for a night of dancing.
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Dinner got prepared by the James Beard Award-nominated chef Mario Carbone with Girl Talk as the wedding D.J. with Arman Nafeei serving as house D.J. and the newlyweds left for Umbria and Paris for a ‘mini-moon’ after the reception.
When it comes to her personal life Gwyneth Paltrow is very private as shown again by the privacy surrounding her wedding. She also has a general rule regarding photos of her children Apple and Moses, from her previous marriage to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin whom she divorced in 2016.
Pictures of her children don’t include their faces as a matter of privacy, she hopes that by avoiding the limelight her children will have a more balanced and normal childhood, but she broke this rule earlier this year.
On May 15, Gwyneth’s daughter Apple turned 14. An Instagram shout out from mum resulted in a posted image of Apple bearing a remarkable resemblance to Gwyneth.
In conjunction with the lifestyle brand Gwyneth founded in 2008 called Goop, she aims to re-brand menopause for women everywhere. Earlier this week Gwyneth revealed that she is in perimenopause, which usually begins in a woman's early 40s, but symptoms can start in the 30s already.
The ovaries gradually begin to produce less estrogen and cause hormonal changes as shown in the sweating, moodiness and sudden changes of emotions.
Being fully aware of how menopause is viewed Gwyneth is hoping to make a shift and her company Goop aims to change the way women mentally and physically approach ‘the change.’
Goop has a new series of supplements to give additional benefits to women in the various stages of their hormonal changes and is called Madame Ovary.
Consisting of essential vitamins, herbs, adaptogens, phytonutrients it combats things like mood swings, hot flashes, and stress-related fatigue. Gwyneth Paltrow added:
“Beyond the baseline support that it provides, I particularly love the Madame Ovary regimen for its support in balancing my mood. I feel like I have fewer days now when I feel cranky or emotional for no apparent reason. And when I’m even, a packed schedule is infinitely more manageable.”