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Over the weekend, Gwyneth Paltrow's New York City GOOP pop-up shop was robbed of nearly $200,000 worth of merchandise.
The New York Police Department confirmed to E! News they responded to a 911 call of grand larceny at about 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. We're told three males entered the store, and one used an unknown object to open a cabinet, removing approximately $173,465 worth of merchandise—three Rolex watches and two bracelets—and then fled the location.
Despite losing the hefty chunk of change, however, Paltrow isn't all that concerned. In fact, she has quite a positive outlook on it!
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Her mom, Blythe Danner, told PageSix at the New York Women in Film & Television luncheon, "I called her immediately, and she said, 'Oh, Mom, it's OK. It's good publicity.'"
Danner gushed over her daughter, "She always has a good spin on things, and I admire her tenacity and her upbeat message."
As for any leads in the case yet? "I don't know anything about it," the I'll See You in My Dreams actress told the publication. "I'll find out."
Meanwhile, we get why Paltrow isn't freaking out over the stolen goods. With a holiday gift guide that surpasses some $500,000 and a collaboration with Valentino that presents party-perfect frocks ringing in at $6,950 a piece and covertable leather jackets going for $8,900 a pop, Gwynnie isn't exactly struggling in the financial department.
All she has to do is sell a couple sets of her $125,000 solid-gold dumbbells, and she'll make up for the lost cause and then some!