WATCH: Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she’s in early stages of menopause

Transcript for Gwyneth Paltrow reveals she’s in early stages of menopause

Ready to start things off with Gwyneth paltrow opening up about menopause. The 46-year-old reveals she’s dealing with the symptoms of peri-menopause, the early stages that a lot of women experience in their 40s. Take a look. I think when you get into peri-menopause you notice a lot of changes. I can feel the hormonal shifts happening. The sweating, the moods, you know, you’re just like all of a sudden furious for no reason. I think menopause gets a really bad rap and needs a bit of a rebranding. She says she’s hoping to change the conversation around the big change. So change all around. There you go. And now, this one is so cute. An adorable photo taken by her proud hubby prince Harry, yep, I knew we would get that one. Check it out. Meghan’s cradling her baby bump at the foot of a towering redwood tree in New Zealand. Their last stop on the royal tour before they left, Harry and Meghan thanked Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand of reminding them of how every single one of us can make a difference and kensington palace posted this quote. The rain that refreshes the parched ground is made up of single drops. Isn’t that beautiful? Yes. Have you done a photo like that. I took maternity photos yesterday and none of them looked like that. Come on. I think you’re not supposed to wait this long to take them. Now it is time to say good-bye to Halloween and, hello, holly. That’s right. Our audience is ready for the holidays and you know who else is, Mariah Carey. Mariah posted this side-by-side photo writing me on October 31st. Me on November 1st. Halloween costume to her Christmas album. Her fans are following her lead creating their own Mariah memes and if her Christmas album isn’t enough her new album “Caution” dropped followed by her world tour in February. I never get sick of this song. Every time of year. And finally now that we’re all in the Christmas spirit I have good news for everybody. We are learning that decorating for Christmas can be good for your mental health. Okay. I see the skepticism on your face. I’m coming around. Hear me out. According to experts decking the halls can boost your happiness because tripping the tree evokes nostalgia and reminds us of the best times and decorating your house can make you more sociable to neighbors. Let’s get to decorating. Who is with me? George, you want to boost your mood? What do we got? Here you go. Thank you. The onesies you have on, really nice touch. This is really something. I feel happier already.

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