Gwyneth Paltrow vows 'no one will ever see' her again after retirement

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Hollywood's elite are no strangers to the limelight, but sometimes, even the most iconic stars yearn for privacy and a quiet life.

This seems to be the path that Gwyneth Paltrow, an Oscar-winning actress and entrepreneur, is treading. In a candid reveal, Paltrow shared her intentions about stepping away from the spotlight and what her retirement would look like.

In a recent interview with Bustle, the 51-year-old actress remarked, “I will literally disappear from public life. No one will ever see me again.” This revelation from one of Hollywood's renowned personalities is sure to create ripples across the industry.

But Paltrow's decision isn't merely about distancing herself from Hollywood. It's also about making a shift in her business ventures. As the founder of Goop, the flourishing wellness company established in 2008, Paltrow has made significant strides in the world of health, beauty, and wellness.

With Goop's valuation reaching an astounding $250 million in 2018, as reported by the New York Times, her entrepreneurial journey has been nothing short of phenomenal. Yet, Paltrow plans to sell Goop in “a few more years,” signaling her desire to focus more on her family.

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falcuk. Credit: Taylor Hill / Getty

Family indeed seems to be at the forefront of Paltrow's mind. Married to producer Brad Falchuk since 2018, she's the doting stepmother to his children – Isabella, 19, and Brody, 17. Furthermore, with ex-husband Chris Martin, she co-parents their children Apple, 19, and Moses, 17.

While her enthusiasm for business and innovation remains evident – “I love creating, collaborating, being struck with new ideas, innovating, thinking ahead, strategy, vision, that kind of thing,” she shared – her on-screen presence has been notably limited.

Fans will remember her last major appearances in 2019's Avengers: Endgame and Netflix’s The Politician. And who could forget the endearing moment when she momentarily forgot her role as Pepper Potts in Spider-Man: Homecoming?

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A playful exchange on Netflix's The Chef Show with Iron Man director Jon Favreau had Paltrow exclaiming, “Spider-Man? We weren’t in Spider-Man,” only to be reminded by Favreau about her presence.

Beyond her film roles, Paltrow never misses an opportunity to add a touch of humor, even about her prestigious accolades. On Vogue's 73 Questions segment, when questioned about the location of her Best Actress Oscar for 1998’s Shakespeare in Love, she jovially responded, “My doorstop. It works perfectly!”

As we await more details on Paltrow's future plans, one thing is certain: her journey, whether in front of the camera, leading a business empire, or away from the public eye, has always been unique, and fans can't wait to see what she chooses to do next.

Featured image credit: Theo Wargo / Getty

Gwyneth Paltrow vows 'no one will ever see' her again after retirement

vt-author-image

By VT

Article saved!Article saved!

Hollywood's elite are no strangers to the limelight, but sometimes, even the most iconic stars yearn for privacy and a quiet life.

This seems to be the path that Gwyneth Paltrow, an Oscar-winning actress and entrepreneur, is treading. In a candid reveal, Paltrow shared her intentions about stepping away from the spotlight and what her retirement would look like.

In a recent interview with Bustle, the 51-year-old actress remarked, “I will literally disappear from public life. No one will ever see me again.” This revelation from one of Hollywood's renowned personalities is sure to create ripples across the industry.

But Paltrow's decision isn't merely about distancing herself from Hollywood. It's also about making a shift in her business ventures. As the founder of Goop, the flourishing wellness company established in 2008, Paltrow has made significant strides in the world of health, beauty, and wellness.

With Goop's valuation reaching an astounding $250 million in 2018, as reported by the New York Times, her entrepreneurial journey has been nothing short of phenomenal. Yet, Paltrow plans to sell Goop in “a few more years,” signaling her desire to focus more on her family.

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falcuk. Credit: Taylor Hill / Getty

Family indeed seems to be at the forefront of Paltrow's mind. Married to producer Brad Falchuk since 2018, she's the doting stepmother to his children – Isabella, 19, and Brody, 17. Furthermore, with ex-husband Chris Martin, she co-parents their children Apple, 19, and Moses, 17.

While her enthusiasm for business and innovation remains evident – “I love creating, collaborating, being struck with new ideas, innovating, thinking ahead, strategy, vision, that kind of thing,” she shared – her on-screen presence has been notably limited.

Fans will remember her last major appearances in 2019's Avengers: Endgame and Netflix’s The Politician. And who could forget the endearing moment when she momentarily forgot her role as Pepper Potts in Spider-Man: Homecoming?

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Credit: Steve Granitz / Getty

A playful exchange on Netflix's The Chef Show with Iron Man director Jon Favreau had Paltrow exclaiming, “Spider-Man? We weren’t in Spider-Man,” only to be reminded by Favreau about her presence.

Beyond her film roles, Paltrow never misses an opportunity to add a touch of humor, even about her prestigious accolades. On Vogue's 73 Questions segment, when questioned about the location of her Best Actress Oscar for 1998’s Shakespeare in Love, she jovially responded, “My doorstop. It works perfectly!”

As we await more details on Paltrow's future plans, one thing is certain: her journey, whether in front of the camera, leading a business empire, or away from the public eye, has always been unique, and fans can't wait to see what she chooses to do next.

Featured image credit: Theo Wargo / Getty