Gwyneth Paltrow’s Daughter Is 14 And Looks Just Like Her Famous Mom


Gwyneth Paltrow has done a fantastic job raising her little one, Apple Martin, who is not so little anymore!

Paltrow has been trying to raise her daughter outside of the spotlight, which provides a healthy, nurturing childhood transition into adolescence. I’m sure Mama Paltrow isn’t ready for that transition quite yet though!


Pictured above is a rare case of Paltrow posting a photo of her daughter’s face. Given it was Apple’s birthday, an Instagram post was in order. Typically, Paltrow does not post photos of her daughter’s face to keep her out of the public eye.

Sometimes she’ll post some pictures of her daughter with her friends or siblings. Albeit, many of them still don’t show her face for privacy reasons. It’s for the best!


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As much as we want to see the mother/daughter duo side by side more often, Paltrow’s followers completely understand the need for a ‘normal’ upbringing for her children.

What we do know is that Apple is starting to seriously look like her mom! Guess the ‘Apple’ doesn’t fall far from the tree.

It’s no secret that Gwyneth Paltrow has a deep love and pure respect for her family, and especially her children.

Gwyneth married Coldplay frontman Chris Martin in 2003, and Apple Blythe Alison Martin was born in 2004.

Two years later, Gwyneth and Chris welcomed their son,Β Moses Bruce Anthony Martin, to the family. Gwyneth and Chris are no longer together, but they’re both very involved in their kids’ lives.

Apple may be staying out of the spotlight for now, but we hope to see a lot more of her in the future. All the best to the 14-year-old!


Any other similar mother/daughter duos out there? If you love Gwyneth Paltrow and relate to her beautiful family, make sure to share this around with your friends and family!

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