Gwyneth Paltrow Pens Down Sweet Note on Daughter’s Birthday, Says ‘You Are My Life’ (View Post)
American actor Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated her daughter Apple Martin’s 17th birthday by penning down a sweet note. The Goop founder took to Instagram on Friday and posted a sweet snap of daughter Apple sitting near a tropical beach. “Can it be? 17 today?? My sweetest girl… YOU ARE MY LIFE! You make me belly laugh every day.You are brilliant and hardworking. You are fully YOU which I respect and admire so much. I wish I had had even a spoonful of the self-acceptance you have when I was your age,” she captioned the photo. She continued, “You are so inspiring and just so cool. I remember the morning you came into the world so perfectly, I just can’t believe it was 17 years ago. Happy birthday, my angel.” Gwyneth Paltrow and Daughter Pose for a Peaceful Summertime Selfie (View Pic).
As per Page Six, Apple is the oldest child of Paltrow and Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin. The duo was married from 2003 to 2014. When the couple split, they coined the now-famous phrase ‘conscious uncoupling.’ They also share 15-year-old son Moses. The 48-year-old ‘Iron Man’ actor is married to producer Brad Falchuk, while Martin has been in a relationship with ’50 Shades of Grey’ star Dakota Johnson since 2017. As reported by Page Six, the teen clearly has a sense of humour about her much-mocked mom. In April, she trolled Paltow’s wellness-oriented morning routine on Goop’s TikTok account. Gwyneth Paltrow Believes She Is a Failed Mother For Making Her Daughter Cry During a Road Rage Incident.
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“She eats nothing except for dates and almond butter,” Apple joked, adding that her mother has been on a cleanse “since the day I was born, apparently.”Also, during last year, Apple teased her mom by jokingly writing up her own interpretation of Paltrow’s quarantine to-do list. “Make more vagina eggs and candles,” Apple wrote in a notebook. Goop notoriously endorsed the ‘Jade Egg’ and ‘Rose Quartz Egg’ as products that could balance hormones, regulate menstrual cycles and increase bladder control when inserted into the vagina.
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