Do you bear in mind the dreamy Hamptons marriage ceremony of Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk?
And as the Goop description suggests, at the end of the night two people were left full of gratitude for having found this kind of relationship at this point in their lives.
“I’m so grateful,” Paltrow mused weeks later about Glamor UK. “It’s different to be in your mid-40s; do it again and bring all your experience, your pain, your happiness, your suffering – everything. It’s actually very encouraging. I am very optimistic! “
After everyone got through the obligation of marriage and the disappointment of separation (“Divorce is horrible, even if it’s the right thing,” Falchuk remarked to the Wall Street Journal), getting back into the fight meant even more.
“I think marriage is a really beautiful, noble, and rewarding institution, a pursuit and an endeavor,” Paltrow stated in the November 2018 issue of Marie Claire UK. “Because I don’t think you’re getting married and that’s it – I think it’s the beginning. You are creating this third being, this third being that you need to nourish and care for. For a while I thought I don’t know if I ever did it again. I have my children – what for? And then I met this incredible man who made me think, no, this person is worth making that commitment. “