She may be one of the most famous actress' of her generation, but Gwyneth Paltrow wants to make it clear to her fans that she is just an average gal.
"I'm incredibly close to the common woman in that I'm a woman and I'm a mother and we all are in a physical body with beating hearts with compassion and love we are all seekers... we all want fulfillment, we all want to live our best lives. We want to be healthy and happy and squeeze the most we can out of life. I think that's all women," Gwyneth said during a recent interview with 'CNN Money.'
Gwyneth at a 'Goop' event in November 2014. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Though Gwyneth has come under fire in the past for publishing holiday gift-guides on the site that include $4,700 kitchen juicers and $550 travel backgammon sets, the actress and so-called lifestyle guru maintains she is not disconnected from the average woman.
"I always say that when people make that false assumption it's because they haven't actually gone to the site to see what we're selling or what we're about. We have products on the site that are under $10, we have products on the site that are $500. I think the idea is that we're going to find the best thing, whatever it is, at any price point," she said.
Gwyneth before the Golden Globe awards in January 2015. (Photo Credit: Instagram)
'The Royal Tenenbaums' star launched 'Goop' in 2008 to provide "unbiased travel recommendations, health-centric recipes, and shopping discoveries," while additionally posing questions to her fans about "health, fitness and the psyche."
"What we try to do at 'Goop' is curate and to edit. We know that a woman's time is her most precious resource and we want to multitask, get a lot done, and what we want to do is provide the best solutions," she explained.
Watch Gwyneth's full interview with 'CNN Money' in the video below.