Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk have been married for months but are yet to move in together
While Paltrow is a mom-of-two, son Moses and daughter Apple, whom she shares with ex-husband Chris Martin, Falchuk is a dad to son Brody and daughter Isabella
Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk might have taken their marital vows more than three months ago, but surprisingly, the much-in-love pair still has not moved in together, and both of them continue to lead their lives in separate homes.
However, Paltrow has since explained the real reason behind the newlyweds living in separate houses despite being a happily married couple. The Goop founder and her TV writer hubby are reportedly still trying to blend their lives together, while also being respectful to their kids.
While Paltrow is a mom-of-two, son Moses and daughter Apple, whom she shares with ex-husband Chris Martin, Falchuk is a dad to son Brody and daughter Isabella with ex-wife Suzanne Bukinik. In a recent interview to Wall Street Journal, the 'Iron Man' actress explained why she and her new husband have chosen to keep their homes separate for now.
“I’ve never been a stepmother before. I don’t know how to do it,” she admitted. “We are still doing it in our own way. With teenage kids, you’ve got to tread lightly. It’s pretty intense."
Paltrow and Falchuk got married in a September ceremony in the presence of their close friends and family at the actress’s Amagansett home, where the blushing bride wore a Valentino gown. And the actress admits that despite living apart, she is absolutely thrilled with married life.
“It’s fantastic. I feel like we are probably better equipped to choose our life partner when we are halfway through life. But generally, we have to pick our spouses a lot earlier because of the whole procreation piece... For me, it has been more of a process, and so I feel really lucky to have met this person who is an incredible, true partner.”
During the same interview, Paltrow also spoke about how when she first got famous, there was no amount of craze or madness in the form of social media, where she could flaunt her life for the world to see. “Cameron Diaz and I talk about this all the time. We’re like, ‘Thank God in the early ’90s there were [so few] paparazzi. Thank God.’ We cry in gratitude that no one was following us around and seeing what we were doing,” she said.
She later added while hysterically laughing, "I remember when Brad Pitt and I broke up, it was on the cover of the New York Post and there was no one outside my house. That would never happen today."