Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Martin into wife Paltrow’s ‘pampering methods’

Chris Martin

Chris Martin is reportedly into experimenting with esoteric beauty treatments that his wife Gwyneth Paltrow exposes him to.

The 36-year-old Coldplay frontman is married to Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

Gwyneth runs a lifestyle website called GOOP where she often shares advice on interesting ways to nurture one’s body.

While Chris was exercising in London this week, he was photographed with small circular bruises on his back.

It is surmised that these marks were left by a cupping therapy treatment. The ancient Chinese method heats glass cups on certain areas of the body in order to stimulate and purify blood flow.

Gwyneth was seen with similar marks on her back in public years ago and this seems to be a popular remedy for many celebrities.

Apparently Chris is receptive to his wife’s various beauty regimens.

“Chris has always kept himself in shape and he’s not shy about having the odd beauty treatment either. That’s Gwyneth’s influence. She’s opened his eyes to pampering methods,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

“He’s a yoga fanatic and has been running serious miles too.”

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