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February 14, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Actress Gwyneth Paltrow suggests flowers, oils, a feather, a good raunchy book and a lovemaking guide for couples this Valentine’s Day.

The 39-year-old, married to Coldplay's Chris Martin, says on her website couples should put together a number of romantic surprises throughout the day.

Paltrow suggests couples begin the day with a good breakfast and swapping love notes before making a string of hearts out of coloured paper, or could make up romantic playlists for each other's iPods or heat things up with a sex book.

She wrote:: "Nights of Grrreat Sex, by Laura Corn — this is not just another sex book.”

She adds: "At 3 pm, you should arrange delivery of a bouquet of flowers, followed by a simple dinner of chicken paillard with avocados. Later at 10 pm - for over-18s only! Get the Kama Sutra original weekender kit at 16 pounds."

 "This little kit includes love oil, a pleasure balm and even some honey dust with a titillating little feather applicator for some fun wherever you end up."

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