Paltrow fights flab
13:30 07 August 2006
Gwyneth Paltrow is considering surgery to help fix her post-baby figure.
The Oscar winning actress gave birth to her second child, son Moses, four months ago but is worried about the effect motherhood has had on her figure.
Gwyneth told an old friend: "My stomach is rippling, my breasts don't feel good. I've been trying to work out. I want to do something about it."
The 'Shallow Hal' star went on to discuss surgery with her American friend, herself a mother, who was visiting London. Gwyneth's pal recommended post-pregnancy surgery that helped her to lose 24 inches from all over her body.
Gwyneth asked: "Can you get that in New York?"
Her friend replied: "Sure. And you wouldn't get hassled about it in New York."
Gwyneth, wife of Coldplay's Chris Martin, is vegan, teetotal, and eats a strict macrobiotic diet. She also practises yoga.
While she lunched with her friends at a London pub the actress nibbled on salad and drank mineral water.
The 'Shakespeare in Love' actress has not worked since she fell pregnant with her two-year-old daughter Apple.
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