Gwyneth Paltrow goes makeup-free in the National Daughters Day selfie with 17-year-old Apple | MCUTimes

Gwyneth Paltrow goes makeup-free in the National Daughters Day selfie with 17-year-old Apple

Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated daughter Apple for National Daughters Day.  (Photo: John Lamparski / WireImage)

Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated daughter Apple for National Daughters Day. (Photo: John Lamparski / WireImage)

Gwyneth Paltrow was one day late in celebrating National Daughters Day – which fell this year on Saturday 25 September – but her mood was just as strong.

On Sunday, a day before her 49th birthday, the actress paid tribute to her daughter Apple Martin, 17, with a selfie showing them leaning into each other. Paltrow, who went makeup-free for the sweet shot, it floated, “Oh man, I love you” in her caption, adding a hashtag to National Daughters Day.

Paltrow — who shares Apple and son Moses with ex-husband Chris Martin of Coldplay — received loving responses from Kate Hudson and others with her sentimental selfie.

Goop founder also praised Apple in a post celebrating the teenager’s 17th birthday in May.

“You are completely yourself, whom I respect and admire so much,” she wrote. “I wish I had had a spoonful of the self-acceptance you had when I was your age. You are so inspiring and just so cool.”

But like many mothers and teenage daughters, there are also awkward moments. Last year, a seemingly appalled Apple “MOM” reacted after Paltrow marked her 48th birthday with a nude photoshoot.

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