Inside Gwyneth Paltrow's wedding in the Hamptons: A-list guests arrive at house she bought with ex-husband Chris Martin

Gwyneth Paltrow’s wedding to Emmy-winning screenwriter Brad Falchuk is attracting a huge number of celebrity guests as the couple prepare to tie the knot at the GOOP founder’s Hamptons property in the Amagansett area of Long Island, New York.

The house, which Gwyneth bought with then-husband Chris Martin for $5.4m in 2006, has every conceivable luxury. Including, of course, a fully-equipped yoga studio.

The Shakespeare In Love star has a lucrative sideline in her GOOP lifestyle brand

Nevertheless more space is needed – so large white marquees are being erected in the property’s grounds to accommodate the star-studded guest list which includes… apart from Gwyneth’s mother Blythe Danner of course; Robert Downey Jr., who co-stars with Ms Paltrow in the Iron man films and comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who lives ‘next door’ in the exclusive New York state resort.

Other A-listers who attended the rehearsal dinner and could therefore be assumed to be attending the wedding include; Cameron Diaz, Liv Tyler, Chelsea Handler, Julia Roberts and her husband Danny Moder, Kate Hudson, Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon Stella McCartney and Demi Moore.

Jerry Seinfeld was spotted arriving earlier today

Brad Falchuk was a co-writer on Glee, and the couple met when Gwyneth guest-starred on the show.

Gwyneth and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin split in 2014 after 11 years of marriage after announcing their decision to “consciously uncouple”.

Although Gwyneth had known Brad since 2010 they didn’t start dating until 2015 and they became engaged in November last year.

Musician Benji Madden was another early arrival at the Paltrow – Falchuk wedding

Gwyneth spoke about their relationship last year: “Personally, at midlife, I have tried to accept how complex romantic love can be,” she said.

“I have decided to give it a go again, not only because I believe I have found the man I was meant to be with, but because I have accepted the soul-stretching, pattern-breaking opportunities that terrifyingly are made possible by intimacy.”


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