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Gwyneth Paltrow says she 'really loves' ex Brad Pitt and husband is fine with their bond
Strictly's Kym Marsh had furiously declared 'I quit' over accusation"I really love him. I'm a big fan."On her website Goop, conscious uncoupling is described as being the ability to understand that every irritation and argument within a relationship was a signal to look inside ourselves and identify a negative internal object that needed healing.The idea is for couples to part amicably and respectfully while keeping the needs of any children involved at the forefront.Gwyneth first used the term publicly following her split from Coldplay frontman Chris Martin in 2016.The former couple share two children together; 18-year-old Apple and Moses, 16.The actress said she had never heard of the term before their split, but decided to explore the process for the sake of their co-parenting future. She admitted the journey sparked good and bad days between them but believes as a whole, it helped them.Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Gwyneth said her husband "totally respects" her friendship with Brad.She added her spouse was "the least judgmental, most secure man in our relationship"."Probably one of the things that he likes about me is that I believe in conscious uncoupling.Olivia Wilde dares to go braless in completely see-through dress [PICTURED]Adele flaunts weight loss in skintight dress for date with Rich Paul [LATEST]Chloe Madeley's mum Judy Finnigan lovingly cuddles new granddaughter [INSTAGRAM]"Whether you're uncoupling with a coworker, a spouse, a boyfriend, I really do believe that if you've invested in somebody - and of course there are exceptions - to amputate that relationship...
Drew Barrymore has 'stayed celibate' for six years after divorce 'shifted her focus'
"I know that [focus] does not include a man nor has it for a while."Drew lamented that she felt she didn't have "role model parents" and that she had wished she'd been taught by them in her youth how to be a "classy woman".The acting legend continued that she had been searching her whole life for a way to be "a calm woman and not a bombastic party girl".She recalled earlier that actor Andrew Garfield had sworn off sex for six months in a bid to relate to his role in the Martin Scorsese movie Silence, where he channels a Catholic priest.However, for Drew, that's a transition she's made in her real life - and for a lot longer."[My therapist] said, 'Sex is not love! It is the expression of love,'" she explained."I have searched my whole life to have words like that to help me understand the difference and now, thanks to him, I do."Now Drew's top priority is raising her children to be empowered women, and she says that while the future may well hold a relationship for her, she's in no hurry to get back into the dating pool.Drew attended Britney Spears' wedding to personal trainer Sam Asghari back in June, and praised her "fairytale" ending on Instagram, despite saying that she'll "never" tie the knot with a man again.She wrote on Instagram of the wedding at the time: " What I learned from [my film] Ever After is that we must rescue ourselves and yet still want the fairy tale.
BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty stunned as inspirational guest 'charms the pants off' her
BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty made a candid confession to one of the guests on Saturday (October 15) morning's show.The 47-year-old sat on the red sofa alongside regular co-host Charlie Stayt as the pair delved into the top stories of the day.One of those included an inspirational story from Martin Hibbert who was paralysed from the waist down during the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst swipes at Holly and Phil as she addresses 'boos' at NTAsSince then, Martin has been working "tirelessly" to raise funds for those affected with spinal injuries, including a charity climb up Mount Kilimanjaro using a specially-adapted wheelchair.Just days before he scaled Africa's highest mountain in Tanzania, Martin discovered Boris Johnson had nominated him for a Points of Light award for his incredible efforts.Martin received the prestigious award on Friday (October 14), along with a personal letter from the former Prime Minister and hopes he can now "change perception on disability."Lancashire-born Martin suffered 22 shrapnel wounds, with one that severed is spinal cord and spoke about his daughter, Eve who was also caught in the bombing and had life-changing injuries.Eve was just 14 and stood about five metres away when the suicide bomber detonated his vest at the end of an Ariana Grande concert, leaving her with a significant brain injury.Martin explained that he was told if Eve survived, "she wouldn't be able to see, hear, speak or have any memory," before sharing an incredible moment: "She started college last week!""When she's ready to share her story, she will trump me.