Gwyneth Paltrow's guilty pleasures are eating cheese, lobster rolls, French fries and turkey burgers.
Gwyneth Paltrow loves eating burgers.
The clean-living actress - who writes about healthy living in her Goop newsletter - admits indulging in a few guilty pleasures, especially French fries.
She told Cosmopolitan magazine: ''I love Starbucks; I'll have a cappuccino. My guilty snack in the UK is cheese, and in America, things on buns: A lobster roll and French fries, or a turkey burger with cheese.''
While Gwyneth doesn't mind a little junk food, fellow actress and lover of a healthy lifestyle, Jennifer Aniston, claims one of her worst experiences was when she had to dine at a fast food restaurant.
She said: ''I'll never forget when [fiance] Justin [Theroux] and I were on a road trip and we were so hungry. The only thing around was McDonald's. I think I ordered a Big Mac.
''Wow, my body did not react well to that! It was like putting gasoline in a purified system.
''I am always trying to eat organic and natural foods, so that just made my stomach turn and made me feel terrible. And I think what you put in your body, as well as stress, is reflected in the quality of your skin.''
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