Gwyneth Paltrow and new husband do not live together full time


She allegedly says it helps increase "polarity" in a long-term relationship, according to Yahoo Lifestyle.

Speaking in an interview with the Sunday Times Style Magazine, Paltrow said her became, "Look, I'm famous, I get famous-person treatment".

Cape Town - They've never done things the conventional way.

"That's what I became after "Shakespeare In Love" and was, for the moment, the No. 1 female movie-star in the world".

Paltrow also said the arrangement is approved by her "intimacy teacher", Michaela Boehm. "I guess the only regret is that I had to turn 40 to start getting my head out of my a***". "What if I'd been 30?" They could easily be merely civil to one another, or much worse, but it's pretty obvious Chris and Gwyneth and Brad have a good thing going and they know it. "It's like Brene Brown says: I'm not making this work for people who aren't in the arena".

"Usually, due to their ingrained fear of intimacy - and I don't want to be like that". I want to be in the rough and tumble of life, I don't want to be exempt'.

Rather than cohabit along with Gwyneth's children Apple and Moses - from her marriage to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin - the couple spend four nights together at her Los Angeles home, while Brad spends another three nights at his own property.

More than two months after their marriage, the actress said they were yet to move in together as they had not merged their families at the time.

"I adore her", Paltrow told the Times of 29-year-old Johnson. If you're not drinking the same Kool-Aid, it can be tough. "I do think, though, at the end of the day, everyone wants the same thing, which is to feel love and be accepted", she added.