Gwyneth Paltrow calls the rumors about problems in her marriage "ridiculous," adding that having a family has made her feel "whole."
"I used to always be searching and always lonely. I never feel like that anymore," Paltrow, 35, tells British Glamour in its May issue. "Having a family has made me feel whole."
And she has an explanation for why she and her Coldplay frontman Chris Martin are rarely seen together.
"You will never see us out publicly. We just don't want to be one of those couples," she said. "It evolved that way. He gets furious if I say something about him."
Referring to a recent incident where she refused to reveal her husband's whereabouts to the press, she recalls: "They were like, 'You're breaking up.' ... Ridiculous."
But Paltrow is happy to talk about her kids.
"Apple is an open person," she says of the almost 4-year-old. "She's Taurus; grounded, calm, funny. Moses is Aries, he's the most sweet, sensitive thing but then he'll kick and karate-chop and spit and tumble. He's a real boy," she said of her son, who turned 2 on Tuesday.
Paltrow is most notable for her role in the 1998 film "Shakespeare in Love," for which she won an Oscar.