Gwyneth Paltrow Reveals That Moving In With Brad Falchuk Really Hurt Their Life In The Bedroom
When it comes to romance in her life, Gwyneth Paltrow is the type of person who isn't afraid to be independent. During a conversation with Harper's Bazaar for their February issue, Gwyneth talked about her career and family, in addition to her decision to finally move in with her husband, Brad Falchuck.
As it was previously reported, Paltrow and Brad first got married around one year ago, and since then, she has been honest about her decision not to move in with him, which worked for both of them at the time.
During a past interview with The Sunday Times, she said to the outlet that Brad slept in his own house when his kids came over, and then the other four nights per week, he spends with Paltrow. Regarding her living arrangement with Brad, she stated that her friends, many of which are married, say their living situation is "ideal."
However, speaking with Harper's Bazaar, Gwyneth admitted she was a bit reluctant at the idea of moving in with him. She said to the outlet, "so our s*x life is over," before going on to say that many of her friends urged her not to move into his house.
According to the actress, when you don't live in the same house as your significant other, there is a sense of mystery, like you don't know what they're up to in their own life. But once you move in together, the mystery is gone.
E! Online claims Gwyneth has always been somewhat of a trailblazer in terms of trying out what's possible in a relationship, whether it's unconventional or not.
When she and the Coldplay singer, Chris Martin, split up, she was in the headlines for referring to it as "conscious uncoupling."
Gwyneth and Chris, despite their split, have managed to stay quite close to one another, the outlet claims. As it was noted above, Gwyneth and Falchuk have been married for approximately one year. Brad is a writer, producer, and director.