Yet that's the case for Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk, revealing in an interview with the Sunday Times that she and the "American Horror Story" producer, who Wednesday in September, only live together four nights each week.
They spend four nights a week together as a couple, she said, and each put in three nights with their children from their previous marriages. "Oh, all my married friends that the way we live sounds ideal and we shouldn't change a thing", she told the newspaper. The Goop founder made the decision to live apart from her spouse after receiving the advice from an intimacy teacher as a means of keeping their relationship fresh.More news: Biden Leads Among Iowa Voters as Candidates Flock to State
Gwyneth married television producer Brad in late September, in a star-studded private ceremony in their garden.
Gwyneth Paltrow is all about keeping her personal space. From her conscious uncoupling with ex-husband Chris Martin to her unusual living arrangement with her new husband Brad Falchuk, Paltrow has her own way of operating-and it seems to be working for her.More news: World Cup clash between West Indies and South Africa interrupted by rain
"Well, of course", she said about inviting him on her honeymoon.
In the years since, the pair, who share 15-year-old daughter Apple and 13-year-old son Moses, have remained close, with the Avengers: Endgame actress even taking Martin's girlfriend Dakota Johnson under her wing.More news: Trump believes China will make trade deal, but tariffs ready
"Chris is family and Brad and he, they're like, totally friends", she said of the honeymoon. For those who might scoff at this setup, Paltrow tells the Times, via Vanity Fair: "I don't care about the haters".