Gwyneth Paltrow Shares Sweet Birthday Tribute To Lookalike Daughter On Her 18th Birthday



Apple Martin is all grown up!

Over the weekend, Gwyneth Paltrow, 49, shared a gushing post about her lookalike daughter on her 18th birthday.

Captioning a picture of the teen posing in front of a mirror in a white dress, the Shakespeare in Love star opened up about how proud she is of her daughter - now a young adult.


Paltrow wrote in the lengthy caption: "I’m a bit of a loss for words this morning. I could not be more proud of the woman you are. You are everything I could have dreamed of and so much more. Proud doesn’t cover it, my heart swells with feelings I can’t put in to words."

She went on to say: "You are deeply extraordinary in every way. Happy birthday my darling girl. I hope you know how special you are, and how much light you have brought to all who are lucky enough to know you."

Concluding the sweet post, the actress wrote: "Especially me. I say it all the time and I will never stop… in the words of auntie Drew, I was born the day you were born. I love you. Mama."

Last year, the Goop founder spoke to W Magazine about how she felt when she welcomed Apple, who was her first child.

“I’ll never forget when I had my daughter, Apple, the incredible rush of love that I had for her,” Paltrow said at the time. “I said to my mother, almost in shock, ‘Do you love me this much?’ It reframed completely how I saw motherhood.”


Earlier this year, Paltrow penned yet another Instagram tribute to her daughter for International Women’s Day, writing: “Today I want to pay tribute to one (technically almost) woman on the cusp of it. This woman gives me hope for the future of sisterhood, and for the future of our planet. And this woman has made me the woman I am today more than anyone else.”


The Oscar-winning actress also shares a 16-year-old son, Moses, with Chris Martin, 44, with whom she called it quits back in 2016.






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