‘Gangly Girl’ Gwyneth Paltrow Is Insecure About Being 5’9”

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On loving her grey hair and wrinkles:

“Of course I have wrinkles [and] gray hair. But I genuinely love it. This is who I am. I have been through incredible ups and downs and I feel so blessed that I have the wrinkles to tell the story.”

On feeling like a grown woman:

“I feel good about [it]. I think it’s incredibly sexy. … And I wouldn’t want to erase years off my face or to travel back in time for anything.” Her secret to self-confidence? She says, “part of that is just accepting where you are in time and space.”

On the fact that being 5’9” tall is one of her insecurities:

“I am kind of a gangly girl, but it was a lot worst when I was a teenager.”

… says gangly girl Gwyneth in People Magazine.

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Skinny VS Curvy’s Most Popular Posts of 2016

Skinny VS Curvy’s Most Popular Posts of 2016 (based on views & comments):

1. Demi Lovato to a Fan: “Is that how my boobs should look?”
2. Charlotte McKinney Does GQ Mexico
3. Transgender Model Andreja Pejić Shows off Super Skinny Figure on Instagram
4. Katy Perry Is in a Bikini
5. Angelina Jolie – Super Thin in a Little Black Dress
6. Demi Lovato Feels Most Beautiful Naked
7. Ashley Graham: “Too many people think they can look at a girl my size and say that we are unhealthy”
8. Ashley Graham: “We’re telling women that they are plus-size, and for me I just like to call it “curvesexilicious””
9. Adriana Lima: “Models work as hard as any other individual”
10. Taylor Swift at the Grammys

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Jillian Michaels: “When you care more you train harder and eat better”

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On why she’s so committed to working out and being healthy:

I’m a 42-year-old. I still like skinny jeans. I still prefer a two-piece instead of a one-piece, but now I have two young kids. So for me, I want to be skiing down the mountain alongside my kids instead of waiting at the bottom for them. I want to see their children graduate from college. I want to meet my grandchildren’s children. These are my whys.

On aging and why she’s in better shape now than she was in her 20s:

I care more, and when you care more you train harder and eat better. People believe that aging is this slow descent into decrepitude. That’s not true. When people say, “Oh, I’m 40 now, and this is happening to me and that’s happening to me,” it’s the cumulative effect of years of neglect, which—by the way—can still be turned around.

On why she thinks there’s too much pressure on women to get back to their pre-pregnancy bodies:

I was just talking to someone who was breast-feeding and already on a diet. I was like, “Dude, you’ve got to chill. If you start dropping more than two pounds a week, you’re going to compromise your milk supply.” The reality is that you can bounce back better than ever, but time frames vary for everyone. Everybody and every pregnancy is different. If it takes you a year, who cares?


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