Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed that she was drawn to anti-vax presidential candidate Robert F Kennedy’s campaign this year, admitting that ‘it was very interesting to hear his point of view.’
The actress and CEO of lifestyle brand Goop, 49, waded into the 2024 race in a wide profile with the New York Timeswhere she called herself “open-minded about everyone.”
Paltrow quickly rescinded her support for the controversial conspiracy theorist as she continued that “he’s said some things that I think are troublesome, let’s put it that way.”
The profile, which noted her support for former Republican Rick Caruso in the LA mayoral race, added that Paltrow’s representative touched on her political beliefs and emphasized that she is more of an “independent thinker.”
Actress and wellness guru Gwyneth Paltrow waded into the 2024 presidential election in a NYT profile, where she admitted she found anti-vax candidate RFK Jr ‘interesting’
Controversial candidate Robert F Kennedy Jr. has sparked intense debate over his hawkish views on vaccines, with Paltrow admitting that “he’s said some things that I think are troublesome, let’s put it that way.”
Paltrow offered a glimpse into her life in the months following her high-profile trial over a 2016 Utah ski accident that injured retired optometrist Terry Sanderson.
The star fought back against her “out-of-touch” reputation that has grown in recent years over her lavish lifestyle, such as when she said she “totally went off the rails” during the pandemic and was “eating bread.”
In March, she was once again roundly ridiculed after sharing her “daily wellness routine” that relied on fasting and bone broth, raising eyebrows for her apparent dedication to health and wellness.
But Paltrow put herself more carelessly on the foodie front in her latest interview, in which she emphasized: “By the way, I think a European croissant is a superfood.”
“About the bone broth? Oh my god,” she said, admitting she didn’t expect the furor over her eating habits earlier this year.
‘Was I aware? Apple said, “Mom, you’re on TikTok,” she added, insisting that on the day of her interview she ate three meals a day, including a peanut butter smoothie and chopped Italian chicken salad.
She also offered a tour of her chic mansion in Amagansett, New York, which is equipped with high-end security measures, including a watchdog and a room with CCTV cameras.
However, for those who can get in, the fitness fanatic noted that there is a digital scale in her guest house – which is also equipped with a range of luxury amenities.
Striking images of her stark white guest house show it with a basketball court, swimming pool and spiral staircases.
Paltrow’s profile included details of her lavish guest house
The clean white house is decorated with pristine landscaping and a swimming pool
The famous fitness-obsessed star made a comment about her guest house, which features a digital scale that she sets out for her visitors
Her radiant profile described the actress’ home as ‘aggressive to cedar’
The property is equipped with a range of amenities including a basketball court
If Paltrow’s guesthouse isn’t your style, she explained how her wellness platform Goop grew from a simple newsletter to a 170-employee company that now offers real estate.
The range of amenities includes a Goop-dedicated two-bedroom villa for a stay at the Colony Hotel in Florida.
According to the outlet, her Goop obsession will see the outing also include Goop products in the bathrooms decorated with Goop x Fromental wallpaper, a limited-edition crystal vase worth $2,500, and products like Goopglow Microderm Instant Glow Exfoliator .
But Paltrow acknowledged her reputation for offering bizarre products in the past, including vagina-scented candles.
“If history has taught me anything, it’s that I always look back and say, ‘Wow, that was interesting to experiment with,’” she admitted.
One of her most successful recent experiments was displaying her neutral-color-themed Goop clothing line in court when she confronted Sanderson in March.
She graced Goop’s G. Label clothing line when she testified about her innocence in an optometrist accident, and her victory in the trial wasn’t her only victory, as the brand received widespread free advertising on social media as people wore her outfits every followed the day passionately. day.
Paltrow wore a range of G. Labal clothes from Goop to her trial in March and got huge free advertising thanks to fans’ obsession on social media over her outfit choices every day
But Paltrow brushed off the mania this week when she said she was “just getting dressed and going to a pretty intense experience every day.”
‘And I thought the outcome of the tailoring was so strange. That whole thing was pretty weird,” she continued.
“I don’t know if I’ve even processed it. It was something I felt like I survived. Sometimes in my life it takes a long time before I look back, process something and understand something.
While she’s appeared in a slew of Marvel films over the past decade, Paltrow has taken a noticeable step back from Hollywood, a move she says has given her more control over her business and her life.
“I’ve thought about it in terms of my lived experience as an actor, being told to be here in this moment, carry that and stand there and do it again,” she said.
‘So on a film set you never feel like you have power. It was difficult for me to do what I was told, but I also never had the desire to become a director or be behind the scenes in that industry. I feel like I’ve always had to push against its limitations a little bit.’