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GWYNETH PALTROW ADMITS SON MOSES LOVES ‘FORTNITE,’ CHICKEN NUGGETS

All of the mindfulness in the world can’t combat McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets and Fortnite, lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow admits.

The Goop founder confesses that her 13-year-old son Moses, like many teenagers, enjoys video games and fast food. While hosting a A Goop Morning in Celebration of First International Campaign, she said: "We have a Fortnite situation at my house."

And despite her artisanal, custom "poke bowls," Moses "wants chicken nuggets and French fries and Gatorade. It’s like a war every day."

SPIDER WHO?

Her son’s habits aren’t the only issues Paltrow is dealing with. It seems between her Goop empire, family and endless Marvel appearances, even she can’t remember what movies she’s appeared in.

On Jon Favreau’s new food-centric Netflix series, The Chef Show, she admits she doesn’t even remember them making Spider-Man: Homecoming together.

"Spider-Man?" Paltrow asks.

"Yeah, we were in Spider-Man together," Favreau says. "Remember, we were on Spider-Man?"

"We weren’t in Spider-Man, " Paltrow insists.

"Yes we were. You were in Spider-Man, " Favreau affirms.

"No. I was in Avengers, " Paltrow says, while zesting an orange.

"No, you were in Spider-Man also," he insists. "Remember, Spider-Man, at the end? And Tom Holland’s there and you’re gonna walk out and do a press conference?"

"Oh, yes. That was Spider-Man? Oh my God!" Paltrow laughs.

LIVING APART

Paltrow also shared that she and her husband Brad Falchuk are living apart, in bliss. Four nights a week, the pair, who married in September, live together; but the other three, they live and sleep in separate homes.

In a new interview with The Sunday Times, she said: "Oh, all my married friends say that the way we live sounds ideal and we shouldn’t change a thing."

She also admitted that her ex Chris Martin joined them on their honeymoon.

"Chris is family and Brad and he, they’re like, totally friends," Paltrow told the Times.