As Ryan Murphy gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Gwyneth Paltrow thanks the famous showrunner for introducing her to her husband, Brad Falchuk. (December 5th)

After Gwyneth Paltrow shared her unconventional living situation with husband Brad Falchuk, it seems like everyone is not fans of her unique approach to married life.

The founder of Goop, 46, told The Sunday Times in London that she only lives with her husband part-time TV producer. Paltrow said that Falchuk stays at his house four times a week and spends the other three nights at his own house nearby.

"All my married friends say that the way we live seems ideal and we should not change anything," Paltrow said. "I do not care about enemies. Haters are irrelevant to me."

One of the pessimists happens to be Meghan McCain. While discussing the pair's unconventional living situation in "The View" on Monday, McCain dismissed it as "rich people's thing."

"What if you can not afford two houses? Come on, people," she said.

Haters are irrelevant & # 39; Gwyneth Paltrow defends an unorthodox life situation with Brad Falchuk

McCain continued: "Everyone is different … I do not try to judge someone else's marriage because you do not know what happens and what works for people. But the rent alone would be enough to make me angry. so I probably will not. "

Meghan McCain (Photo: Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images for Netflix)

"I do not want anyone in my house," Paltrow said.

"You can come and cook, you can come and go, you can sleep (it's over) and then you have to go home," Goldberg said. "I do not want your drawers on the bathroom floor!"

Host Host Hostin said she often debated whether "Gwyneth Paltrow (is) a little strange or is she a visionary?" She added, "I'm thinking maybe she's a visionary."

Hostin continued, "You have your man about three days a week, so you have your space, you're not sharing your bathroom with anyone, you're not cleaning drawers on the floor.

If the outside world agrees with your living arrangement, this works for Paltrow and Falchuk, and that's all that matters to the lovebirds.

"It's like Brené Brown says: I'm not making it work for people who are not in the arena," said Paltrow The Sunday Times. "Haters mean nothing to me because they are not my people."

Paltrow and her "cute crazytown" husband, as she says, were married in a private, star-studded ceremony last September after getting engaged in January.

Contributing: Hannah Yasharoff

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