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Gwyneth Paltrow Pops Up At Chelsea Flower Show

23/05/2011 17:37 | Updated 22 May 2015

Gwyneth Paltrow is everywhere at the moment isn't she?

Today's outing for the actress/mum/singer/cookery writer was to Chelsea Flower Show where she was helping to launch B&Q's vertical show garden, which she managed to do whilst clutching, what else, but a copy of her recently published cookery book Notes From My Kitchen Table.

A super-lean looking Gwyneth enjoys the gardens at Chelsea Flower Show earlier today. Pic: B&Q

If that book does not sell it will not be for the want of trying on her part.

Also at the launch of the entirely edible garden, which stands at a Chelsea Flower Show record-breaking nine metres tall and aims to showcase how everyone can grow their own food however small their outdoor space, were B&Q celebrity ambassadors Kirstie Allsopp and George Clarke.

Other famous faces spied today enjoying the perennially popular and surprisingly starry show include Blur bassist turned farmer and cheesemaker Alex James, Piers Morgan and Vivienne Westwood.
To view the building of the garden, click here to visit the B&Q YouTube channel. And for more of Ms Paltrow, check out her most stylish moments in the gallery below.

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Back when Gwyneth Paltrow first found fame, she demonstrated a penchant for the more daring of designs when it came to her red carpet styling. The fledgling starlet ensured she got noticed at the premiere of Shakespeare in Love in this sheer embellished creation.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Who can forget that candy pink Oscars frock? Gwynnie opted for this all-encompassing bubblegum Ralph Lauren dress to walk the red carpet with dad Bruce Paltrow, and in which she later collected her Best Actress prize. Perhaps not her most stylish look ever, but a memorable one, nonetheless.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth showed she was fast earning her style stripes when she walked the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival in this glistening Valentino design, and on the arm of the designer himself.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth stole the show at the 2005 Oscars, when she showed off her impressive post-baby figure in this nude Stella McCartney frock, with full satin skirt. Long flowing locks and a smattering of jewels completed the A-list look.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

One of our favourite Gwyneth style moments of all time, the actress was a knockout at the 2007 Oscars in this stunning Zac Posen fishtail gown.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth had jaws hitting the floor at the London premiere of Iron Man back in 2008. Those legs! That hair! It wasn't just her newly chopped locks that got everyone talking, it was her amazing figure, in that thigh-skimming LBD. Yummy mummy indeed.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth opted for another micro-minidress at the 2009 Grammys, hitting the stage in this glittering Versace number, paired with subtle grey tights and statement heels.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Another outing, another Versace style hit from Gwynnie. The actress had us all falling in love with her stunning ombre Atelier Versace dress at the 2010 CMAs, which included a cheeky cut-away side panel and thigh-high split.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth reserved one of her most daring red carpet looks to date for the LA premiere of Country Strong, flashing the flesh in this risque Emilio Pucci dress. On some, this could have looked trashy, but somehow Ms Paltrow makes it look classy.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth's gorgeous silver Calvin Klein column dress had her making all the best dressed lists at this year's Oscars. Everything, from the minimal frock, to the sleek locks and glowing makeup, is perfection.

The Perfect 10: Gwyneth Paltrow

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