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Paltrow/Martin's Second Hand Smoke

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I dare you to read Courtney Love’s latest blog entry. No, I double dog dare you. It’s an interesting tale of a visit to her friends Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s private home in England. The Coldplay frontman and the actress seem to cherish their privacy, so I’m guessing they aren’t going to be too happy about Courtney’s post.

Oh yes the post — once I decoded my way through it to her arrival at their home, I was a bit dazed to read this comment:  “Chris, welcomes me into his house and as I enter there in the kitchen is a big old ashtray, two lighters and two packs of SilkCuts.”  She continues, “I can have a smoke without getting arrested or kicked out.”

Ugg, is one or both of them smoking in the house around the two kids? The next descriptive leads one to think so, “I lay down with ashtray in hand, utterly content like a cat who got the cream, listening to the sound of children laughing these people are so coool…”

Isn’t Gwyneth Ms. Yoga and eco-mom? What do you think of Courtney’s blog entry?

via: okmagazine.com

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