Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t the only one who doesn’t like watching her movies. The Oscar award-winning actress revealed that her 17-year-old daughter Apple and son Moses, 15 still don’t like seeing her on screen. While some kids might think having one of the best actress’ mom content readily available, Apple “thinks it’s weird.”
Paltrow kicked off the Jill Martin Shop TODAY series as the show‘s guest on June 17th and talked about her teens. “My kids have never seen me in a movie,” Paltrow said, per PEOPLE. Her son might have seen her “Iron Man things” but she is pretty positive Apple hasn’t seen anything. She explained, “I mean, I think my son has seen the Iron Man things, but I don’t think my daughter has ever seen me in a movie.” Paltrow added, Apple ”thinks it’s weird if I’m onscreen… She says she likes me here,” the actress said, placing both hands over her heart.
Paltrow has been open in the past about how much she hates watching herself on screen. It seems nothing has changed because she said, “I also, really hate, hate, hate seeing myself in a movie ever.” That is for the exception of one scene that has a special connection to her father. On Monday she recalled receiving a visit from her father, and late producer and director Bruce Paltrow, while making the 2001 film The Royal Tenenbaums.
At the Tribeca Film Festival during a reunion with her costars the actress said, “I have a memory of my dad visiting” the set while she was filming the scene where her character, Margot gets off the bus. “My dad was there,” she said, according to Entertainment Weekly. “It was a very special day. It‘s kind of like the only scene that I can watch myself of my whole career.” Her father passed away the following year from complications of cancer and pneumonia at the age of 58.