Equal parts mystery, maven and majesty, Gwyneth leaves the whole world vying for her formidable good looks and bewitching allure.
With a husband who promises to fix you in a breathtakingly beautiful song and a story of loss so grievous you could cry - you can't help but root for the success of her latest endeavor: a cookbook meant to channel the ethos of her beloved late father, My Father's Daughter, out April 2011.
Perhaps it's the tug at the heartstrings that pulls me in, but one "daddy's little girl" to another, there's no greater gift than the tender bond between a daughter and a dad.
And if nothing else, I'll purchase the book because I've always felt tied to her for one special reason: When Gwyneth was ten years old her father took her to France and said, "I wanted you to see Paris for the first time with a man who would always love you, no matter what." When I was eleven, my dad took me to Paris and told me the very same thing. Precious.