Was Gwyneth Paltrow nude on Instagram? Goop teases followers with the image of a blonde woman standing completely naked on a mountain top – and she ONLY looks like the 46-year-old
- Goop shared an image of a woman posing naked in the mountains on his Instagram page on Tuesday to promote an essay about listening to your body
- The woman has the same physique and blond wavy hair as the lifestyle guru
- The cheeky image had some fans who asked: & # 39; Is this Gwyneth? & # 39;
- Meanwhile, critics slammed Goop to promote an unrealistic body image by sharing a photo of a model whose & # 39; rib cage is shown & # 39;
Gwyneth Paltrow & # 39; s lifestyle website, Goop, has again disrupted a pair of feathers after sharing a photo of a blonde woman – who looks suspiciously like the 46-year-old actress – posing nude in the mountains.
The image showing a naked blonde woman looking away from the camera was shared on the Goop Instagram page on Tuesday to promote the essay of psychic Dana Childs about listening to your body.
The post led not only to people slamming Goop to share a photo of a model whose & # 39; rib cage is shown &, but fans also asked: & # 39; Is this Gwyneth? & # 39;
Cheeky: Gwyneth Paltrow & # 39; s lifestyle site, Goop, shared a photo of a woman posing nude in the mountains on his Instagram page on Tuesday to promote an essay about listening to your body
Was it she? The mysterious woman has the same blonde wavy hair and built as Gwyneth
The woman has the same build and blond wavy hair as the 46-year-old lifestyle guru, and it's hard to tell if she's real or a look-alike model who was hired for the shoot.
In the picturesque image the mysterious woman can be seen stretching her arms in the air as she stares at the mountains in front of her.
& # 39; We lie to ourselves for good and bad reasons, self-protection or self-sabotage (which are often one and the same). But why? Link in bio for @DanaChildsIntuitive full explanation of why listening to your body is the best thing to do to get rid of your own prejudices & # 39 ;, is the caption of the post.
However, people seemed much more interested in the woman in the photo than in the article promoting the image.
& # 39; Is that the doctor? & # 39; a person asked.
Controversy: the image had fans asking: & # 39; Is this Gwyneth? & # 39; Many people hate Goop because he promoted an unrealistic body image, while others liked and defended the image
& # 39; Gwyneth greets its staff every morning, & # 39; another joked.
Some could not resist mocking the image, with an Instagram user who wrote: & A poor, innocent goat passing by gets a heart attack.
& # 39; For heaven's sake, put on some clothes! & # 39; someone else wrote. & # 39; No prizes for being naked outside. What's the meaning of this? I am authorized so that everyone can view my unclothes body properly? Not cool. & # 39;
Many people claimed that Goop promoted an unrealistic body image by sharing the photo on his website and Instagram page.
& # 39; Well, you've been wrong this many times & # 39 ;, grabbed an Instagram user. & # 39; Your insta messages are millennial white girls and now this unrealistic body image. To claim that it helps women, you have to check reality and become real. Please. & # 39;
& # 39; Do you ever use models that don't look like they are hungry for food? & # 39; someone else asked, while another wrote: & # 39; Her rib cage is visible. & # 39;
Whether it is Gwyneth in the somewhat controversial image, there were people who defended the woman and her body.
& # 39; Wow, this nude has upset quite a few people, & # 39; wrote a woman. & # 39; Everyone, chill! It is a body. Just because it's not your body, stop judging! All your "too thin" comments are a reflection of your own uncertainties. & # 39;
& # 39; Dear Haters, while talking about the body image, do you hate this body? Acceptance of ALL body types also includes this body & # 39 ;, another argued.
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