Gwyneth Paltrow Says Husband Lost Sense of Taste and Smell for 9 Months Due to Covid-19
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The Goop founder talks about contracting the coronavirus along with husband Brad Falchuk amid pandemic, claiming her spouse couldn't smell or taste anything until January.

AceShowbiz - Gwyneth Paltrow's husband Brad Falchuk lost his sense of taste and smell for nine months after contracting COVID-19.

The Goop co-founder and her spouse have been battling long COVID - when coronavirus symptoms last weeks or months after the infection has gone - and she revealed that the television writer had the common symptom for almost a year while she is still struggling with extreme tiredness.

"He actually only got his taste and smell back in January (21), so nine months after he lost it," Gwyneth told People.

The "Shallow Hal" star added that she has "a bit of fatigue and brain fog," but added, "There's so many people who are going through it and we're getting better all the time."

Speaking about the COVID-safe trip she organised for her spouse's 50th birthday this week, she told the publication, "We actually were able to go skiing in Wyoming with a few friends on a COVID safe trip and it was amazing."

"It was so nice to celebrate him. He's such a special, amazing man."

The 48-year-old actress recently revealed she was consuming alcohol and pasta "all the time" after she was struck down with COVID, and she also believes the virus is partly to blame for slowing down her metabolism, which consequently led to her gaining weight.

Despite piling on some pounds, the "Avengers: Endgame" actress has shed 11lbs after eating bone broth for a week as part of her functional medicine practitioner Dr. Will Cole's Intuitive Fasting plan.

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