Gwyneth Paltrow Defends Kourtney Kardashian Amid Claim Reality Star Copied Her Wellness Brand
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Aside from shutting down the claim about Kourtney copying her Goop brand, the Academy Award-winning actress shows support for the reality star and Travis Barker's romance.

AceShowbiz - Gwyneth Paltrow proved she has nothing but love for Kourtney Kardashian. When responding to a fan's question whether she was "upset" that the Poosh founder "copied" her wellness brand Goop, the "Iron Man" actress was quick to shut down the plagiarism idea.

"Are you upset that Poosh copied you?" asked the fan during an Instagram Q&A on Friday, May 20. To the question, the 49-year-old said, "This idea that women need to be in competition is legacy patriarchy bulls**t, there is room for EVERY woman to fulfill her dreams."

"I used to fall prey to this kind of thinking years ago, so I understand where it comes from," the Academic Award winner added. "Now I get so happy when I see new wellness businesses there is a place for all of us plus @kourtneykardash is a really good person."

To conclude her message, Gwyneth showed that she is also a fan of Kourtney's romance with her now-husband, Travis Barker. "and also #KRAVISFOREVER," the former "Glee" star pointed out.

During the Q&A session, the ex-wife of Chris Martin also disclosed the hardest lesson she has had to learn throughout her business career. "To have the hard conversations more frequently," she stated. "Still with kindness, but don't p***yfoot around."

Earlier this month, Gwyneth's Goop brand caused a stir after they claimed they were about to start selling disposable nappies "lined with virgin alpaca wool and fastened with amber gemstones" that would retail "$120 for a pack of 12." However, the "Avengers: Endgame" actress confirmed that the "luxury" diapers were just a stunt designed to protest against taxes.

"Goop launched a luxury disposable diaper at $120 for a pack of 12 and there was a lot of outrage. Good. It was designed to p***us off. Because if treating diapers like a luxury makes you mad, so should taxing them like a luxury," she said. "The Diaper is a fake product meant to shine a light on a real problem."

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