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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Gwyneth Paltrow defends Kim’s pregnancy curves

Published 05/04/2013

Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow insists Kim Kardashian's pregnancy weight gain is what God "intended" to happen.

The actress discussed the reality star's highly publicised pregnancy at the launch for Tracy Anderson's new workout studio in Brentwood, California, yesterday.

Kim's expanding curves and belly hugging fashion choices were a hot topic at the event, but Gwyneth didn't have a bad word to say.

“I think that women should support each other especially through pregnancy,” Gwyneth smiled to ET Online. “It’s a difficult time and I think Kim Kardashian looks absolutely beautiful. And we're supposed to gain weight when pregnant that’s how God intended it.”

The 40-year-old beauty credits fitness guru Tracy for helping her get in shape after she gave birth to her daughter Apple eight years ago.

Gwyneth has collaborated with Tracy on a grooming parlour located inside the new studio.

"Today's a big day for us," Gwyneth continued.

"I'm very excited and we worked really hard on it, it's a beautiful facility inside and I'm very proud."

Health conscious Gwyneth has coupled her support of Tracy's fitness program with her new cookbook, It's All Good.

The lifestyle blogger denied her attitude towards exercise and diet is extreme, claiming her new book contains delicious recipe ideas.

"The book is not all elimination diet, it's delicious comfort food that happens to be a little bit healthier," she protested. "I find when I eliminate gluten and sugar from my diet I have tonnes more energy. I thought the book would be really helpful and I'm really pleased with how it turned out."

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