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    Gwyneth Paltrow on motherhood, career choices, and the cost of being impatient

    gwyneth8.jpgAcademy-award winning actress, Gwyneth Paltrow, 34, talks to OK! Magazine about how she put her career on hold temporarily to be a stay-at-home mother to her children with Coldplay's Chris Martin, 29 - Apple, 2 1/2, and Moses, 9 months.


    She says, "Right now, I spend all day at home with my children. Sometimes I become Gwyneth Paltrow for a day and put on make-up. What I don't want is to spent two or three months on a shoot far away from home and my children. I'm going to read a few scripts, but until my son is at least a year old, I don't plan to shoot anything. It's really hard to be a mother and leave your children."


    Gwyneth is a celebrity baby herself, her father being the late director, Bruce Paltrow and her mother, actress Blythe Danner. She shares her "worst qualities" passed on to her by her parents: "I inherited impatience from my father. It's my worst quality, and Apple's now inherited it from me, so it's my own karma coming back. From my mother, the worst thing I inherited is forgetfulness. She's worse than I am. She'll wear her sunglasses on her head and then ask where they are!"


    Source: OK! Magazine, January 22, 2007 issue

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