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Gwyneth Paltrow is in town to see her family and dip her pretty little toes into the fashion week circus. Gwynnie, I’m sure you know, is currently based in London, where she’s bought a magnificent flat. She’s such a devotee of feng shui — she believes it ensures harmony with the universe — they say she even had a door moved 3 feet, but you know how people exaggerate. Recently, Gwyneth spent a week at the Ashram, the famous spa in L.A., where those who were there said she was always the first to reach the top of the mountain that the Ashramites climb every morning, a 15-mile hike. This is the very place that Julia Roberts fled after three days; it was simply too much for the poor girl. But not Gwynnie, who lost five pounds by the end of her stay.
Paltrow was one of the chairmen at the New Yorkers for Children Gala at the Regent Wall Street the other night, wearing a black, off-the-shoulder number by Balmain couture that fluttered and sparkled in all the right places, thanks in no small part to the lighting of Bentley Meeker, who knows how to make the ladies look good. Gwyn giggled and blushed like a school girl when she was asked about her romance with Crown Prince Felipe of Spain, the son of King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia. They met in Spain through friends who may or may not have been Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, who have a house on Majorca, or even on Valentino’s yacht where Gwyneth cruised the Mediterranean this summer. She is said to like and be flattered by Felipe’s sensitive and continental ways, so different from the gung-ho guys who were her past boyfriends. The handsome 34-year-old prince is a notorious lady killer with more than a dozen publicized conquests behind him, including Caroline de Borbon, the niece of Queen Beatrix of Holland; Gabriella Sebastian, the daughter of the Spanish ambassador to Germany, and Gigi Howard, an American student. It was once thought he might actually marry Norwegian lingerie model Eva Sannum, 25, this year, although a major Spanish law would have had to have been changed to allow the marriage of the prince to a commoner. After four years together, they called it a day. Felipe has made it clear that he will marry "for love and love alone," while his mother has made no secret of the fact that she would like her son to marry and start a family rapidamente. She says, "I don’t mind who he marries, just as long as he is happy." Recently, Felipe moved his collection of teddy bears into a little villa with 11 bedrooms and nine bathrooms near his parents’ palace outside Madrid. No word on whether he’s given Gwyneth the tour or taken her home to meet the family yet.