GWYNETH PALTROW
She Wants Her Kids To Go To High School In England

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It looks like Gwyneth Paltrow has once again managed to get people talking about a controversial statement that she has made regarding her life in America and how she sometimes prefers England. The celebrity mom has recently said that while she doesn’t mind having her children schooled in America, she prefers that they spend their high school years in England, as their education system is “second to none,” according to her. Here’s the scoop:

‘Gwyneth has loved living in London but America will always be home and she wants to be closer to her family. Her mother and brother live in California and she plans to spend the next couple of years in Los Angeles while her children are young enough for their education not to be affected. She misses her family terribly and now is the time to move.’

‘Her children have English accents and once they start senior school Gwyneth says the family will likely return to the UK because she believes that the English education system is second to none.’

What are your thoughts on this, Babyrazzi readers?

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GWYNETH PALTROW
“My Children Are My Greatest Achievement”

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If you thought that the Gwyneth Paltrow media blitz was over, fear not, because it looks like she’s still going strong! The celebrity mother-of-two has recently done quite a few interviews across the pond to several British outlets to help promote “Iron Man 3” and her new cookbook. In her new interviews, Gwyneth has mentioned how she feels her children are her greatest achievement in life and how she would never smoke in front of them. Here are some highlights of what she says:

Gwyneth on her best decision to date: “To marry my husband.”

Best achievement to date: “My children. I was really lucky to have two healthychildren, and I enjoy the process of raising them and watching these amazing human beings start to come out and be themselves.”

Her best Saturday morning would be: “Sleeping in and then having a really lazy day with the family, cooking, laughing and hanging out.”

Her most treasured meal: “It was a meal out with my whole family. My dad was still alive and my grandparents were there, and we were visiting my brother who was at university in New Orleans.”

Smoking: “I smoke one cigarette a week. The girlfriends I smoke with know about it, but I would never do it in front of my kids.”

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