We all know that Gwyneth Paltrow has a body to die for -- much-talked about fitness routines with celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson and two cookbooks purporting Paltrow's gluten-free lifestyle help explain how the 40-year-old actress keeps in such devastatingly good shape. But People magazine's "Most Beautiful Woman" of 2013 also keeps a strict daily regime that allows her to balance her two children, acting work and company, lifestyle website GOOP, all at once -- and continue rocking those thigh-high slits and tissue-thin evening gowns.
Below, an excerpt from her interview with WWD (in promotion of the new fragrance Boss Jour Pour Femme, which she's the face of):
“I wake up at 7 a.m., I get [the kids] fed, and I get them dressed in their uniforms, any bits of homework are finished,” Paltrow explained. “I take them to school. She [Apple, now 9] gets dropped off at 8:25 a.m., and he [Moses, now 7] gets dropped off at 8:45 a.m., so we have a croissant together in his school dining room and we do reading together. Then I go home and I work for one hour on all the e-mails that come in overnight from L.A. Then I exercise from about 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Then I work on Goop [the digital media and e-commerce company she founded] pretty much the rest of the day until I pick up my kids and then they have various activities.”
Two. Hours. Exercise. Paltrow also reveals that she can "only really do one film a year now because of my family" and that she has a closet full of perfume. Comments, thoughts, as per usual in the section below, and for more, click through to WWD.