Gwyneth paltrow snaps sweet family photo as she takes kids to Funny Girl Broadway: ‘Brilliant.
Gwyneth Paltrow Over the weekend, the whole family went to the theater.
On Sunday, GOOP founder 50 shared a photo on Instagram Story featuring her two children. Apple, 18, and son Moses, 16, plus mom Blythe DannerAs the group set out to see, Funny Girl Broadway, New York City
The snap shows the family smiling under the red theater lights, as Danner holds Apple and Moses stands behind his mother.
Paltrow, who has two kids with ex, wrote: “Last night @funnygirlbwy was brilliant.” Chris Martin.
Paltrow’s spouse Brad Falchuk As seen in an, he was also present Instagram Post from Funny Girl Star Lea MicheleShe thanked the couple for attending the show.
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Apple Paltrow is currently living with her mother in New York. She is currently attending college.
The Politician star shared an Instagram Story last month that featured a throwback selfie alongside Apple as she admitted she’s “still trying to get used to” her daughter being away.
Recently, I chatted with James Corden And Hilary Swank on The Late Late ShowPaltrow also mentioned her children after the Million Dollar Baby The actress spoke out about her experiences being pregnant with twins.
“I’m so over this stage, it is so sweet. I’m a college freshman. Apple He is 18 and I am a junior high school student. Moses is 16, she shared.
Corden asked Paltrow about her feelings regarding an “impending empty Nest” and whether it had been a “huge shift” not having Apple around the house.
“Not very well. She said, wistfully, “Not very well.” “I’m going at Hilary’s house. Just give me one.”
Paltrow said, “It’s quite a change, because she’s so funny, and she has a big presence.” When we are all seated at the dinner table, someone approaches Moses and asks, “What’s it like having your sister away?” He replies, ‘Quiet. “