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SAUCY Gwyneth Paltrow is flog­ging SEX TOYS, we can re­veal.

Lux­ury lifestyle web­site Goop, owned by the di­vorced ac­tress, has posted a string of ad­verts rec­om­mend­ing a £10,000 gold plated dildo.

And as well as mar­ket­ing the 24-carat plea­sure gad­get, the page is also invit­ing clients to buy a “love wand”, nip­ples clamps and a £370 whip.

The A-lis­ter wrote on the site: “Sex toys have long since grad­u­ated from the floppy rub­ber things you hide in your bed­side ta­ble to beau­ti­ful works of in­ter­ac­tive art.”

In one post the 43-year-old also re­veals her favourite pelvic floor trainer and writes a post about the se­cret to sex­ual ful­fil­ment.

In the fea­ture, ti­tled Not-So-Ba­sic Sex Toys, the Slid­ing Doors star lists her favourite erotic ap­pli­ances in­clud­ing “Ben Wa” or­gasm balls and a vi­brat­ing neck­lace.

And in an­other ar­ti­cle, ti­tled I Yam What I Eat: Is Lube Toxic?, clients are warned not to eat LUBE.

It reads: “We’d never con­sid­ered what went into lube, and that it’s ac­tu­ally su­per toxic (the most pop­u­lar op­tions con­tain parabens, for one) and that we are in the­ory putting it into the most vul­ner­a­ble and per­me­able parts of our bod­ies.”

Goop has run into con­tro­versy be­fore af­ter rec­om­mend­ing vagi­nal steam­ing.

In Jan­uary 2015 the web­site sug­gested us­ing the Mug­wort V-Steam: “You sit on what is es­sen­tially a mini-throne and a com­bi­na­tion of in­frared and mug­wort steam cleanses your uterus, et al.”

Crit­ics said this could have a neg­a­tive im­pact on vagi­nal health.

But in their weekly news­let­ter to clients, the Goop team said: “Ul­ti­mately, we value your trust above all things.”

Mum-of-three Paltrow split from Cold­play front­man Chris Martin in 2014. She is now dat­ing French writer Brad Falchuk. SPLIT: Gwyn backs sex toys

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