That makes the fact that she's shilling string bikinis for little kids a bit more shocking than if, say, Roman Polanski were to do the same on an overpriced lifestyle site of his own.
It's that time of year when Gwyneth Paltrow emerges from her fortified vegetable crisper and makes the press rounds.
This weekend, that included an interview with the UK's The Guardian, where she expounded upon her struggles as a youth, dropped a few names, and made us all feel our diets are crap compared to hers.
You know, the usual.
Gwyneth Paltrow, the actress who suggests you buy half a million dollars of clothes for Spring and eat $10/dozen organic duck eggs for breakfast (and who thinks $12,000 hand-painted wallpaper is an essential), is officially the most hated celebrity in Hollywood.
At least according to Star Magazine.
If you haven't already heard, Gwyneth Paltrow has a new no meat, no dairy, no sugar, no wheat cookbook out called 'It's All Good.' Spoilers: It's not.
Not only does said book reduce you to eating the grass clippings from your lawnmower, but to cook from it for a day would set you back $300.
No, that's not an error, and no, you didn't just get dizzy because you've reduced yourself to a vegan, soy-free, gluten-free diet to fit into Gwyn's size 00 GOOP clothes: That says $300.