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Gwyneth PaltrowThe 49-year-old is ready for the next decade of her life! Five days before turning 50 on September 27, the Oscar winner shared a joyful photo on Instagram of herself jumping in the air while wearing a sexy bikini two-piece. The blonde-haired beauty had a huge smile on her face in the black and white image, which she captioned: ‘Thoughts on a milestone.’
Gwyneth also posted a long essay on her website Goop to mark her upcoming milestone birthday. The Iron Man the actress recalled the memories of her mother Blythe Danner and her late father Bruce Paltrow50th birthday celebrations almost 30 years ago. Gwyneth said there is “no sense of time gone by” as the mother-of-two prepares to turn 50.
“I’m connected to this sense of longing, of promise—the promise of falling, of something waning—as I was 30 years ago,” she writes. “I understand on some level that life is linear, that I’ve lived x number of days so far and have more in the basket under my arm than in the field before me. But there is something about the sweetness of life that exists deep within me, that is unchanged, that will not change. This is the essence of the essence. He seems to be getting cuter and cuter.
However, Gwyneth noted that aging has taken its toll on her body, citing “silvery hair and fine lines” among other physical changes over the years. The Emma the actress also mentioned how she’s made “mistakes” in her life and “hurt people.” She wrote, “My most lasting mistakes and the mess that comes with them stem from not fully standing in my truth and speaking from it no matter what.” Gwyneth said she believes her mistakes are brought her to where she is now, and that she wouldn’t change a thing.
As her essay continued, Gwyneth shared some of her goals for the next chapter of her life. “I’d like to slow down,” she said. “I’d like to step back a bit. I would like to reduce my circle. I would like to cook more dinner. I would like to see misunderstandings turn into understandings. I would like to continue to open the deepest part of myself to my husband, even though it scares me. I’d like to sing more, even if it’s just in the shower. I would like to say to anyone who has had a negative experience with me that I am sorry. I would like to fully confess.