Gwyneth Paltrow Makes Her Relationship with Brad Falchuk Official via a Birthday Tweet on Instagram
Well, Gwyneth Paltrow finally did it!
On Wednesday, she sent a beautiful Instagram birthday tweet to Brad Falchuk, the co-creator of Glee. This is the first time that he’s been seen on any of Gwyneth’s social media accounts.
What did the tweet say? It was a simple “Happy birthday, handsome,” which was the caption underneath a selfie of both Gwyneth and Brad. The couple met in 2010 when Gwyneth guest starred on Glee. They’ve been dating since 2014, but they never publicly talk about their relationship.
During the Thanksgiving holiday, Brad was shown in a collage that Gwyneth made. The collage paid tribute to everyone special in her life. In the collage, she talked about the different people who were dear to her, and she tagged certain people such as her mother, Falchuk and friends. She even tagged her ex-husband, Chris Martin, who is a member of the group Coldplay.
Gwyneth and her ex-husband, Christ Martin divorced in 2014. He is the father of her two children Apple and Moses, and they remain very close. Gwyneth talked about this special relationship with her ex-husband in the February issue of InStyle magazine. She says that Martin visits her home daily. Although they live separate lives, it is important that the relationship is amicable because family life takes priority.
Gwyneth also says that she may not be married to Chris Martin any longer, but she believes that he would still take a bullet for her. According to Paltrow, “I honestly think Chris and I have contributed something positive to the culture of divorce.”
Now let’s talk about Gwyneth and Brad again. What makes this Hollywood relationship successful? It’s probably because Brad also shares a special bond with his ex, Suzanne Bukinik. Brad and Suzanne have two children together, and they have an amicable relationship that works.
Gwyneth and Brad have the same things in common, which include and exes and children that are still a huge part of their lives. It’s just that they both have different versions.