Gwyneth Paltrow has reportedly ended her feud with Vanity Fair.
The actress was rumoured to be upset that the popular glossy’s editor-in-chief Graydon Carter had approved a scathing profile in which she declined to take part.
The New York Times reported Gwyneth sent an email to celebrity pals in September asking them not to talk to VF journalists.
But according to Us Weekly, the Oscar-winner and Graydon have made up and the article will be less controversial.
“Gwyneth and Graydon spoke on the phone a few weeks ago. They worked out some of their differences,” and insider said.
“There may be a story, but it won’t be as bad as it originally was going to be.”
Recent reports claimed Graydon had given the OK to run an exposé on Gwyneth’s alleged infidelity, in which her relationship with Elle Macpherson’s husband Jeff Soffer would be questioned.
A source close to the actress slammed the claims.
“The story was never going to be as bad as tabloids were guessing. That whole angle about the alleged affairs was something that was made up by Page Six and was never something that anyone at Vanity Fair believed was legitimate and was never going to be in a story they were working on,” the insider said.
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