Gwyneth Paltrow opted for a natural look during her dinner with family.
The lifestyle guru showcased her gray roots and a makeup-free face as she dined at Mr. Chow restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday.
Paltrow wore a plunging black top with white trousers paired with a thin black belt.
The “Iron Man” star also kept her footwear casual, rocking white sneakers. She complemented her outfit with a simple chain necklace.
The mother of two arrived alongside her son, Moses, 17, and husband Brad Falchuk.
Moses — whom Paltrow shares with ex-husband Chris Martin — donned a white T-shirt with black trousers and red Adidas sneakers.
The Oscar winner also shares daughter Apple, 19, with Martin, but her lookalike teenager did not appear to be at the family dinner.
Meanwhile, Falchuk opted for a light gray cardigan sweater and a black shirt. He paired the look with gray skinny jeans and brown boots.
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Paltrow, 50, and the “Glee” co-creator, 52, tied the knot in 2018.
The “The Royal Tenenbaums” star’s all-natural public appearance comes a month after she told British Vogue she was “embracing” aging.
“As women, we want to be healthy, we want to be aging. This idea that we’re supposed to be frozen in time is so weird,” she said.
Paltrow also pointed out the “culture problem” that men are revered as silver foxes when they age whereas women are met with judgment.
“It’s handsome to go gray [as a man], but for women it’s like, ‘What do you plan to do about your wrinkles and your aging skin?’” she said, adding, “There’s definitely a double standard.”
But while the Goop founder embraces the beauty in getting older, she is also no stranger to cosmetic treatments.
In 2020, Paltrow became the spokesperson for anti-wrinkle injectable Xeomin. However, she told the magazine that she realizes chasing the fountain of youth is a losing battle.
“I don’t want to erase time from the life I’ve lived, and I don’t have to be wrinkle-free,” she said.