Plastic Surgery: Gwyneth Paltrow’s Confessions

Not just now but maybe in the future says beautiful Gwyneth Paltrow when she was asked about her thoughts on cosmetic surgery.

“Everyone is asking me about my thoughts on plastic surgery,” she said. “Do I look old or something?! I’m not opposed to it but I want to move my face because I’m supposed to convey emotion in my job.

“But I have wrinkles so I don’t know — I’m not going to say that I’ll never do anything, but I would always want to look like myself.

“I just had the summer off with the children before they start back at school, which was great. I look for interesting, supporting-sized parts.

“I have not starred in a movie since I had my daughter because I would never see my children and they would hate it. But if I do a good supporting part, it means I go for a few weeks of work … but then I’m done!”

Paltrow recently revealed she wants her kids to play in the dirt — because it’ll build up their immune systems.

“When they get home from school, I ask them to wash their hands but I think it’s good for them to be in dirt and germs because that’s how you build an immune system — by getting sick,” she said.

“I mean, if someone has the flu, I don’t put my kid in their face, but it’s an inevitable fact of life.”

So… No Boob Job or Nose Job Yet?


At the moment, she is a natural beauty but the actress, 39, says plastic surgery is something she may do in the future, although she wouldn’t want to go overboard on the procedures.

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Self-Confidence & Body Image Master Coach. Author, speaker, blogger and head editor of Sydney4women.com.au encourages women to find their real beauty and believe in themselves. Google

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