Gwyneth Paltrow got VIP treatment on Monday at the Santa Monica DMV.
The Oscar-winning actress, 48, remained unobtrusive as she sneaked into the back door of the building with a bodyguard around 11am.
Meanwhile, a long line of about 50 ordinary people stood in the front, patiently waiting their turn outside on the cloudy 63-degree day in Southern California.
Side Door: Gwyneth Paltrow got the celeb treatment when she was escorted to the back door of the Santa Monica DMV Monday
Waiting Game: Meanwhile, a long line of about 50 ordinary people stood in front, patiently waiting for their turn
Paltrow was as chic as ever before her date, where she donned loose blue jeans with a black puff sleeve blouse and flat sandals.
She looked like she was ready to take her license photo, with smooth blonde locks with smooth waves as she walked in
While doing her business, she saw Gwyneth’s bodyguard talking to a DMV employee in blue who told them where to park and later helped them leave.
The Goop maven’s journey was swift, she departed about 30 minutes after her arrival.
Looking good: Paltrow was chic as ever before her date where she wore loose jeans with a black puff sleeve blouse and flat sandals
Under the Radar: The Oscar-winning actress, 48, kept herself unobtrusive as she entered through the building exit with a bodyguard around 11am
Sunny: it was cloudy but warm 64 degrees while people waited outside
Sleek: She looked like she was ready to take her license photo, with smooth blonde locks with smooth waves as she walked in
While Paltrow enjoyed the benefits of being famous, she previously said it was a “ pretty awful ” experience being a celebrity.
Speak on the Anna Faris is unfit podcast last month, actress Blythe Danner’s daughter and director Bruce Paltrow said, “ I’ve been out in the open for so many years, the surreal thing is actually I’ve been famous all my adult life, so I don’t know what it means to Being an adult without all the attention and all the great things and terrible things that come with being a famous person.
‘I think our culture idealizes fame so much, and actually I think it is [a] pretty awful to be famous, if our goal on the planet is human development and to really become the truest, best version of ourselves.
“I think fame is a huge barrier to that, and I’ve had to work really hard to separate fame from who I am.”
In and Out: The Goop maven’s journey was swift, about 30 minutes after her arrival
What a drag! While Paltrow enjoyed the benefits of being famous, she previously said it was a ‘pretty awful’ experience to be a celebrity
Public look: Last month she spoke on the Anna Faris Is Unqualified podcast, ‘I’ve been in the public eye for so many years, the surreal thing is actually that I’ve been famous all my adult life, so I don’t’ I don’t know what it means to be an adult without all the attention and all the great things and awful things that come with being a famous person ‘
The busy actress recently added another job with the title to her resume when she revealed she has been named the new ‘wellness advisor’ for the launch of Celebrity Cruises’ new Celebrity Beyond ship in 2022.
Paltrow posted a photo last month showing herself in a bikini on the beach: ‘I am always happiest at, in or on the sea! In 2022, my @ goop team and I will join @celebritycruises on their new ship, Celebrity Beyond. ‘
She explained, “I’ll be working behind the scenes on some special projects as Celebrity’s new wellness advisor. My @goop team manages programming and fitness kits to enhance the experience of Celebrity’s wellness. ‘
Paltrow added, “I am sworn to secrecy from the rest – keep an eye out for details coming soon.”
Ahoy! Last month, Paltrow announced that she is partnering with Celebrity Cruises to work on a project to be unveiled with the new ship Celebrity Beyond in 2022.
Delayed: Paltrow’s partnership with Celebrity Cruises was originally announced in January 2020 with scheduled sailing dates for next summer. But the cruise industry, like others, came to a halt when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out