Gwyneth Paltrow is talking about the symptoms that husband Brad Falchuk  battled for months after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

The 48-year-old actress and Goop founder says her 50-year-old other-half lost his sense of taste and smell for nine months because of the virus.

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Paltrow previously revealed how she and Falchuk caught the virus early on in the pandemic.

But now the wellness guru is sharing the lasting effects of COVID-19 that they experienced.

“He actually only got his taste and smell back in January, so nine months after he lost it,” said Paltrow in a new interview with People.

The Oscar-winner also admitted that she’s still dealing with “a bit of fatigue and brain fog.”

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She continued, “But there’s so many people who are going through it and we’re getting better all the time.”

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However, the couple aren’t letting their symptoms stop them from having fun.

Revealing how they spent Falchuk’s March 1 birthday, she added, “We actually were able to go skiing in Wyoming with a few friends on a COVID safe trip and it was amazing. It was so nice to celebrate him. He’s such a special, amazing man.”