Gwyneth Paltrow’s 'sex life is over' after moving in with husband Brad Falchuk

Gwyneth Paltrow (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Gwyneth Paltrow (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk have finally moved in together. The couple got married in 2018 but didn’t live together.

The actress says now that they are living together, other parts of their marriage may be flushed down the drain.

"So, our sex life is over," the Academy Award-winner joked in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar.

"I thought it was really interesting how resonant that was for people. One of my best friends was like, 'That’s my dream. Don’t ever move in'," Gwyneth (47) said, referring to her previous living arrangement with her husband.

"I think it certainly helps with preserving the mystery and also preserving the idea that this person has their own life. So this is something I’m trying to remain aware of now as we merge together," the star added.

Brad (48) has previously explained why the couple made the decision to live separately and delay the move, according to Fox News.

"I’m moving in September. We’ve just done it slowly. Divorce is terrible, even when it’s the right thing to do. And it’s really hard on the kids. Come September, we’re all gonna Brady Bunch it up," he said.

Brad has two kids, daughter Isabella and son Brody, from his first marriage, and Gwyneth has daughter Apple and son Moses with Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin.

Gwyneth was also very open about their earlier arrangement of living apart. She says her husband used to sleep at his own home when his kids came over, and would then spend four nights a week with the Avengers actress, reports E! News.

The star has always been unconventional when it comes to romance and made waves after her divorce from Chris Martin when she called it "conscious uncoupling".

The pair are still close post-divorce and Gwyneth even invited Chris on her honeymoon with her new hubby.

(Source: Harper’s Bazaar, Fox News, E! News)

(Photo: Getty Images)

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