Gwyneth Paltrow strips off for sexy supermarket shoot

That’s one way to heat up the frozen isle.

Gwyenth Paltrow Harper's Bazaar shoot
In the frozen isle Gwyenth Paltrow's Harper's Bazaar shoot Image Alexi Lubomirski/Harper's Bazaar

Gwyneth Paltrow managed to heat up the frozen isle in her latest photoshoot, stripping down for a set of racy pics shot in a supermarket.

Melding her sex symbol status with the lifestyle/domestic Goddess image she’s sculpted through her website Goop, Paltrow has given Harper’s Bazaar readers something to talk about for the November issue.

In a feature interview conducted with Full Frontal comic Samantha Bee, Gwyneth discussed everything from hanging out with pal Beyoncé to doing the dishes and expanding Goop into fashion.

The accompanying photoshoot sees Gwyneth strutting down supermarket isles as staff and shoppers gawp in amazement.

Plus, there’s this below photographic gem which features an OAP couple in the background seemingly furious that a movie star has just leapt onto their checkout conveyer belt.

Gwyneth Paltrow Harper's Bazaar

You just can’t get away with that kind of behaviour, Gwyneth!

The most pertinent revelation to emerge from the interview is probably Gwyneth saying she got too big for his boots after her Academy Award victory for Shakespeare in Love. Fortunately, her late father Bruce managed to bring her back down to reality.

“I was maybe 27 years old and kind of at the height of my movie stardom — it was around the time of the Oscar and this and that. I think I was very much believing my own hype, which how could you not?” she explained in the feature interview.

“I was sitting with my dad, feeling great about my life and everything that was happening, and he was like, ‘You know, you’re getting a little weird. . . You’re kind of an asshole.’ And I was like, ‘What the hell?’ I was totally devastated.

“What my dad said to me was the kind of criticism where I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I’m on the wrong track.’ I’m so grateful to him for doing that.”

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