Gwyneth Paltrow Shares Rare Snap Of Daughter Apple

Gwyneth Paltrow Shares Rare Snap Of Daughter Apple


by Grazia |

She’s often accused of oversharing on her lifestyle website Goop, but social media glimpses of her children Apple, 10 and Moses, 9, are extremely rare for Gwyneth Paltrow.

But Gwyn decided to share this photo of her 10-year-old daughter Apple Blythe Alison Martin, to give her all four of her names, yesterday.

With long blonde locks just like her mum Gwyn shields Apple’s face in the snap, which shows her posing in a blue onesie and dinosaur slippers while crouching down against a white wall.

Captioning the snap: 'This was the red carpet in my house last night,' many took it to reference her absence, for the second year in a row, from the star studded Met Gala on Monday.

GP vowed never to go to the Met Gala again after attending it in 2013: ‘It was boiling. It was too crowded. I'm never going again,’ she told USA today.

According to the New York Post, Paltrow was not NFI’d and host Anna Wintour did still invite her this year and last - despite her distain for the do but, she opted to stay home with her family.

Chris Martin’s roumoured on/off girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence co-chaired Monday night's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute gala, so maybe it is just as well that Gwynnie missed it.

The celebrity couple submitted their divorce papers on April 20 – a year after they announced they were 'consciously uncoupling' after 10 years of marriage via Goop. The pair will have to split their estimated £200 million fortune, although sources say they’re keeping it friendly. You can say that again..

The pair were compared to loved-up honeymooners when they were spotted enjoying a sunny outing in Los Angeles over the weekend - proving how amicable they still are. They also regularly holiday altogether too. A model divorce for a model family.

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