Gwyneth Paltrow presents her fans with her full body in a golden hue with provocative nude photos celebrating her 50th birthday.
Actress shares golden photos
Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated her birthday on social media. The actress celebrated her 50th birthday on Tuesday by posing in gold body paint…and nothing else.
In addition, the entertainer shared some thoughts with his followers on achieving this milestone number.
“All I know is that they’re painting me gold and that I have to be naked,” said Paltrow.
“I feel so good turning 50, and this is about expressing that sense of energy and optimism that I’m experiencing.
“It’s more about the female gaze and just a sense of fun.”
Paltrow further elaborated on her interesting comments, celebrating her life and health.
I started yoga when I was 25 years old, and it totally transformed my body and mind. I am grateful for the foundation I’ve built over the years, but it’s important to have some grace around the aging of your body, to be forgiving. Which is why I’m excited to introduce the newest game-changer in my yoga routine: @copperfit gripper socks and compression gloves. Head over to @copperfit to learn all about it.
“I strangely have no sense of time passed. I am as connected to this feeling of longing, of promise – promise of the fall, of something ebbing – as I was 30 years ago,” she wrote.
“But there is something about the sweetness of life that exists deep within me that is unchanged, that will not change. It is the essence of the essence. It seems to be getting sweeter.”
In a post published on the blog of Goop, a wellness and lifestyle company founded by the actress, Paltrow wrote that she feels she has come a long way in the last decade and vows to keep moving forward and improving.
“To move into this new territory, an inventory of those data points is being taken,” Paltrow wrote.
“It requires owning my mistakes and finds me prostrate, praying I have learned from them all. Accomplishments (or things I did), though known and quantifiable, feel part of this linear past, less relevant.
“My errors, which live in the shadows, slippery and dark, are harder to define. Not because I don’t know what they are, but because we keep them hidden, out of the logbooks.
“The transition into the sweetness requires these be brought into the mind to adjudicate (do amends need to be made to anyone or to myself?), then into the heart, to be forgiven.
“I have hurt people, never intentionally, but I have done so just the same.”