What Took Gwyneth Paltrow so Long to Move In With Her Husband?

Gwyneth Paltrow has made headlines for several reasons throughout her career. She has been recognized for being one of Hollywood’s most talented actresses and for her support of a wide range of charitable cause. Another thing that she is known for is her controversial website called Goop that has a goal of trying to support women’s physical and mental well being.

Although she is recognized for several different things, one of the most recent topics of conversation that has to do with the A-list actresses is the fact that she and her husband, Brian Falchuk, don’t live in the same house.

Many fans are wondering if Gwyneth has finally decided to move in with her husband. And if she has, what took her so long to take that final step? Keep reading to find out all about Paltrow and Falchuk’s unconventional living arrangements.

How many kids does Gwyneth Paltrow have?

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Gwyneth and ex-husband, Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin, have two kids together named Apple and Moses. Brad Falchuk also has two kids from a previous marriage that are around the same age as Paltrow’s children.

According to Wonderwall, a source that is close to both Paltrow and Falchuk had said that all four of the children get along very well. Additionally, both are happy with the number of children that they have and are not looking to add to their family with more kids.

Why do Paltrow and Brad Falchuk not live together?

Paltrow and Falchuk first started dating in 2014. After about four years, the couple decided to tie the knot in September of last year.

Once the couple got married, most people thought that they would be looking for a home that their new blended family would be able to live in comfortable, but as the months went by, many fans started to realize that the two living together was just not something that was in the cards for the couple.

Because they each have two kids, Paltrow said that she wants to give it time for the kids to adjust to the fact that their kids now have a step-parent.

So, on days when Falchuk has custody of his two children, he will spend time with Gwyneth and her kids at her house and then head back to his house with his kids at night.

In an interview with Howard Stern, Paltrow had said that trying to find the right time to organically blend a family is pretty hard. And due to their children’s ages (Moses is 12 and Apple is 14), it makes finding a time to transition the families even more difficult.

“We are doing it our own way. With teenage kids, you’ve got to tread lightly. It’s pretty intense, the teenage thing.”

Are Paltrow and Falchuk ever planning on moving in together?

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It’s been almost a year since Paltrow and Falchuk have gotten married. And although they have decided to take things slow for the sake of their kids, they both feel like the family is ready to share a home together.

In a recent interview, Paltrow had said: “Married life has been really good. We took a year to let everybody in the family] take in it and let the dust settle. And now we are moving in together this month.”

Because the couple already lives in Paltrow’s house for most of the week, it is assumed that Falchuk and his kids will now be taking up residency in her house full time.

Although, they have been living together part-time, living with each other full time may be something that all members of the family will have to gradually get used to. However, the way they always seem so happy when they are around each other, we have no doubt that they will be able to adjust very well to their new living arrangements.