Gwyneth Paltrow went solo as she unveiled her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday - leaving her husband Chris Martin and their two kids at home.
The Oscar winner was the 30th and final inductee of 2010 to get a coveted plaque on Hollywood Boulevard for her achievements in film.
And, while most stars choose to make their big day a family affair, intensely private Paltrow - who is rarely seen with her Coldplay rocker partner - decided to go it alone.
Instead, she invited her "Country Strong" co-stars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to induct her into the famous monument, while Matthew Morrison, who sang and danced with the actress in a recent episode of Glee, was also in attendance.
However, Paltrow admitted she would one day like to see her grandkids visit her star: "This city is so much a part of my heart and soul, and the idea that my grandchildren can one day come and see my name on the sidewalk is very overwhelming."