TITLE

You wanna pizza me, Gwynnie?

AUTHOR(S)
Niamh Walsh's
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Mail on Sunday;5/19/2013, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
FOLLOWING a legendary fall-out over food and fitness a year ago, Kate Moss and Gwyneth Paltrow have buried the hatchet - over a slice of pizza. Their argument began at Philip Green's 60th birthday party in Mexico last May. According to witnesses, Kate, right, asked Gwyneth why she was jogging on the beach. Mother-of-two Gwyneth, left, reportedly fired back: 'So I don't look like you when I get old.' An apoplectic Kate threw a handful of crisps at her, yelling: 'Eat some f*****g carbs!' They crossed paths last week when Chris Martin and Gwyneth, 40, brought their children to a pizza restaurant to celebrate daughter Apple's 9th birthday. A fellow diner reveals: 'Kate waltzed across to say hello. They exchanged kisses and chatted for 10 minutes… everything seemed friendly.'
ACCESSION #
87640339

 

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