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Gwyneth Paltrow drank seven nights a week in lockdown

Gwyneth Paltrow. Picture: Instagram

Gwyneth Paltrow. Picture: Instagram

Published May 10, 2021

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Gwyneth Paltrow has confessed she drank "seven nights a week" during lockdown and even created her own drink called the Buster Paltrow.

The Goop founder has confessed she enjoyed many a tipple when she was stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic, and even created her own drink called the Buster Paltrow, which she named after her granddad.

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Speaking to the Sunday Mirror newspaper, she said: "I drank alcohol during quarantine.

“I was drinking seven nights a week and making pasta and eating bread. I went totally off the rails.

“I mean, who drinks multiple drinks seven nights a week? Like that’s not healthy.

“I love whiskey and I make this fantastic drink called the Buster Paltrow, which I named after my grandfather who loved whiskey sours.

“And it’s this great quinoa whiskey from this distillery in Tennessee with maple syrup and lemon juice. It’s just heaven. I would have two of those every night of quarantine."

Meanwhile, the actress previously confessed that "wine, pasta, biscuits and cheese" got her through lockdown.

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She said: "I was absolutely no holds barred. I gained 14 pounds and my gut was a mess. But I just didn’t want to do anything about it, really.

“I felt like my wine and my pasta and biscuits and crackers and cheese were getting me through."

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However, the 48-year-old actress has now lost 11 pounds through an intuitive fasting program.

She added: "I remember when I started this intuitive fasting program January 3. I thought, all I could think about was, 'When can I have a cocktail again?'.

“You know me, I don’t cheat, I don’t break, I’m so disciplined and I was like, I can’t do this.

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“Then I started to feel so good after about 60 days in. And now I’m starting to feel so good that I’m like, yeah, I would drink if I could, maybe, but not seven days a week anymore. I don’t want to go back to that."

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