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Gwyneth Paltrow Sits in Airplane Seat On Top of Infinity Pool For British Airways Campaign

Gwyneth Paltrow Sits in Airplane Seat On Top of Infinity Pool For British Airways Campaign

Gwyneth Paltrow flashes a smile while relaxing on a British Airways Club World seat suspended on the surface of an infinity Pool in a brand new campaign for the airline!

The 42-year-old actress shot the photo shoot on the roof of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore to launch British Airways new A380 superjumbo aircraft, which will fly between London and Singapore.

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FYI: Gwyneth is wearing a floor-length teal dress by British designer Safiyaa and Jimmy Choo shoes.

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  • plez

    photoshop

  • dancer

    She is the photoshop equivalent of Renee Zellweger. Completely unrecognizable.

  • dalovelee

    she looks retarded and why are they using her as a spokesperson..is she British now?

  • TeamBella76

    Ughhh…

  • preen

    That doesn’t look like Gwyneth. They should have just used a model if they were going to air brush her that much.

  • Sprite

    Wow, the design looks modular.