Gwyneth Paltrow is soaking up the sun.
Paltrow, 51, was spotted on the beaches of Mexico sporting a red bikini. The Goop founder escaped to warmer weather ahead of the holiday with her partner, television writer and director Brad Falchuk, and her two children, Moses and Apple.
Gwyneth guarded her eyes from the sun as she strolled near the crashing waves.
Paltrow's Mexico appearance comes a few months after she shared her plans for her future — which included no one ever seeing her again.
In an interview with Bustle in October, Paltrow admitted that while she is "not ready to sell" her expanding empire, she has thought about what her next move will be. "I will literally disappear from public life. No one will ever see me again," she revealed, noting she does not think she would sell Goop for "a few more years."
The daughter of actress Blythe Danner and producer Bruce Paltrow, the 51-year-old said she has never derived personal pleasure from her fame.
Paltrow also said money has never been her motivator. "I’ve always done independent films," she said of her previous work. "I don’t know. Money has never been my thing. It’s never been my driver."
Paltrow shared that since money has not been the reason behind her work, she hasn't been attracted to a man who is money-hungry.
"I could never get attracted to the really rich guy... And I don’t make choices to build value in the wrong way," she shared.
In an interview with People magazine, Paltrow admitted her current spouse is very similar to her father, which is what she was looking for in a partner.
"He has things that were reminiscent of my dad. It’s like blue-eyed, Jewish, TV writer, with a heart of gold and a great sense of humor," Paltrow said of Falchuk. "I finally chose my dad."
Falchuk, who is the co-creator of "American Horror Story," praised his wife for her loyalty.
"If she loves you, she is your champion. You doing well feels as good to her as her doing well. She literally screams when she hears good news from someone," Falchuk told the outlet, adding, "She's the perfect wife."
Fox News Digital's Caroline Thayer contributed to this report.