In the ’90s, Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Pitt were a legendary Hollywood couple. In 1994, the actors met on the set of the movie “Seven” and soon began dating, according to People. In December 1996 they became engaged. However, they split six months later. In 2003, Paltrow revealed details about the ending of her and Pitt’s romance, telling ABC News, “My kind of internal stuff really stumped this whole relationship. And I really felt responsible and also like I was the architect of my own misery. .. I just made a big mess of it. Sharing that she and Pitt have remained friendly, Paltrow added, “We can kind of see each other and smile and wish each other well.”
After their split, Paltrow and Pitt moved on to other notable celebrities. Pitt married and divorced Angelina Jolie, while Paltrow was married to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin from 2003 to 2016 before tying the knot with writer-director Brad Falchuk in 2018. Paltrow and Pitt. Paltrow has since opened up about her feelings for Pitt, giving fans a glimpse of where they stand today.
Gwyneth Paltrow loves her ex-fiancé Brad Pitt
On October 19, Gwyneth Paltrow spoke to Entertainment Tonight about her friendship with ex-fiancé Brad Pitt. The Goop founder gushed: “I adore him. He’s an amazing person and he’s a great entrepreneur and so creative and such a good person. i really love him I’m a huge fan.” So how does Paltrow’s husband, Brad Falchuk, feel about their friendship? “My husband is probably the least judgmental, most secure man in our relationship, so I think he totally respects it [the friendship].” Paltrow further explained her belief in conscious decoupling, adding, “Even though it can be uncomfortable at times, I find it beautiful to work through it and reconnect with the value that person brought to your life.”
As it turns out, the feeling is mutual as Pitt loves Paltrow. In September, Pitt launched a genderless skincare line called Le Domaine, according to Page Six. In an interview with Vogue UK, Pitt shared his thoughts on actors pursuing business ventures, saying: “And I love what Gwyneth has done [with Goop]. She’s still a really dear friend, and she built this empire.” He continued to compliment Paltrow, adding, “That’s always been in her as a curator, and it’s been a wonderful creative outlet for her. In fact, when I think about it, she was probably the first one who made me even wash my face twice a day… maybe.”