Gwyneth Paltrow showed off something unusual in the bathroom of her Montecito, California mansion on Thursday.
As she was posing in a black dress with pointy pumps in a white-and-black hallway, she gave a look at her guest bathroom.
Turns out the GOOP founder has a black toilet seat.
The Iron Man actress shared a hint of the fancy toilet in new images shared to Instagram. They were many selfies where she was modeling resort fashion.
Gwyneth and her husband Brad Falchuk originally purchased the 14,000 square foot home for $4.9 million in 2016 then they spent years renovating it to make it bigger, eco friendly and updated.
Rare: Gwyneth Paltrow showed off something unusual in the bathroom of her Montecito, California mansion on Thursday. Can you see what it is?
Does your toilet look like this? Most toilets are all white but she has a black seat
There was also a photo of a new room that was likely in her home and possibly was a part of the guest house.
It had a breezy Spanish summer feel to it with big red tiles, wicker furniture and a ceramic chandelier with green chains.
This comes after she had some very kind things to say about her 19-year-old daughter
Apple Martin, whose father is Coldplay rocker Chris Martin.
The 51-year-old Oscar-winning actress told People that Apple is a lot of fun to hang out with and she is grateful the college student is in her life.
‘I mean, she’s just so much fun to be with,’ the cover girl shared.
‘It’s so wonderful having a daughter because you have this amazing best friend and we like to do the same stuff, and she’s so funny and she’s so smart. It’s amazing.’
And she also looks up to her mini-me, who has already worked as a sales girl in a Los Angeles shop.
‘I’m kind of in awe of this woman that she’s become and with all of her points of view that are really differentiated. She’s really strong and it’s amazing,’ shared the wife of TV producer Brad Falchuk, 52.
Gwyneth Paltrow smiles bright attending the CFDA Fashion Awards
There it is again: The toilet was also seen in this image
She also has son Moses, 17, with Chris. Moses in his senior year of high school.
‘My children are similar in the ways that they’re both incredibly sensitive and empathetic. They really can feel people’s stuff very permeable in that way,’ said the Emma actress.
‘They’re both tall and they both have very interesting ways of seeing the world, and they’re different in the ways that they are.
‘My daughter’s very much of an extrovert. My son is an introvert. They like to do very different things, but then I don’t know, then they both love to snowboard and they both love music, and they love their friends.’
New room? There was also a photo of a new room that was likely in her home and possibly was a part of the guest house. It had a breezy Spanish summer feel to it with big red tiles, wicker furniture and a ceramic chandelier with green chains
A fitting room? And she was also seen in this small area which may have been a closet
But Apple is more like her father.
‘I think Moses and I are more, we’re happy kind of being home and being more internal.
‘But I think they’ve both gotten, hopefully, the best of both of us, and hopefully we’ve been able to minimize our s***** traits having passed those down,’ she continued.
And both Apple and Moses are interested in fashion.
‘They’re actually both very intrigued by fashion and into fashion,’ Paltrow said. ‘They are both very intrigued. They both really like fashion as an art form and as a form of expression. It’s really interesting to see them both choose that. My son, really it’s kind of how he tells the world who he is through his cool style.’
And she has stolen from Apple’s closet: ‘More random stuff, like a tank top or something like that. She’s more going through my closet for special event stuff.’
And Paltrow makes time to see Apple, who is away at college.
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This comes after she had some very kind things to say about her 19-year-old daughter Apple Martin , whose father is Coldplay rocker Chris Martin. The 51-year-old Oscar-winning actress told People that Apple is a lot of fun to hang out with and she is grateful the college student is in her life
‘Our last bonding trip was when I dropped her off at college for her sophomore year,’ she said.
Cover girl: Paltrow is releasing a new skincare line called good.clean.goop
‘We had a great time, but it was also very bittersweet. I hated leaving her this time even more than the first year for some reason.’
And she also said in the same People interview that Martin is a great father.
‘He has this sweet child-like spirit, and I love that he will be like, “Let’s go jump in the ocean,” when it’s 58 degrees, or, “Let’s go to this weird guitar store.” He always wants to do these fun adventures with them and activities.’
She also said he has a real sweetness.
‘He brings that to the way that he parents them… He’s sort of gone a lot, he’s on the road a lot, but he brings — it’s almost like he comes and sprinkles fairy dust.’
It has not always been easy raising her kids, she also shared.
The blonde told the magazine that dealing with her blended family with second husband of five years, TV producer Falchuk, is not a walk in the park.
While she has Apple and Moses, Brad has two with his ex-wife, Suzanne Bukinik whom he was wed to from 1994 to 2013: Isabella, 19, and Brody, 17.
‘It’s hard, and it’s not intuitive, and nobody tells you how to do it. You just stick with it,’ she shared.
‘Now it’s one of the things that brings me the most happiness in my life.’
All four: Brad has two with his ex-wife, Suzanne Bukinik whom he was wed to from 1994 to 2013: Isabella, 19, and Brody, 17. ‘It’s hard, and it’s not intuitive, and nobody tells you how to do it. You just stick with it,’ she shared. ‘Now it’s one of the things that brings me the most happiness in my life’
Paltrow dislikes the term empty nester and prefers to call her teen kids ‘free birds,’ she told People.
‘I’m trying to reframe it so that I can at least try to convince myself there’s some kind of a silver lining,’ she says. ‘Empty nest sounds so sad and lonely.’
She talked to the magazine to promote her new skincare line called good.clean.goop which is being sold at Target and on Amazon.
Unlike its higher-priced sibling, which features $58 eye cream, $100 cleanser and $350 serums the new line is all priced under $40.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk at ‘The Politician’ premiere
Her man: Paltrow and Falchuk attend The Politician New York Premiere at DGA Theater in 2019 in New York City
The Shakespeare in Love actress shared the news on Instagram by posting three photos of herself standing in front of a Target store.
‘I would love to meet up with you in @targetat some point soon to introduce you to our INCREDIBLE new line of beauty and wellness,’ her caption began.
‘@goodcleangoop has been in the works for years and I am so proud of the quality and beauty of this line. Each product has a ‘cleanical’ ingredient, a botanical and a superfood.
‘If you are clean curious and want to try something affordable and gorgeous, head to target. Comment on which product you want to try in the meantime and I will see if I can send some out to a few lucky winners,’ she wrote.
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Gwyneth debuted the higher priced GOOP Beauty line seven years ago, but the idea for the lower priced line has been swirling around her head for even longer than that.
‘I get so confused,’ she said in an interview with Bustle. ‘So this line is actually something that we ideated really early. Maybe 10 years ago, we were like, ‘Wouldn’t it be so cool if we could do a line that would show up in Target?”
‘We liked the idea of democratizing clean skin care. Then we had a couple false starts, especially during COVID, where it was like, ‘We’ve got to get really lean and tight and just focus on what we’re doing.’ And then it came off the back burner again. I love the products.
They’re really good, and they’re really clean.’