Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed her daughter thinks she should be spending time in coronavirus lockdown making more vagina eggs and candles.
On Tuesday, the Goop founder shared a photograph of a to-do list made by her 15-year-old daughter, Apple, in her notebook.
“Make more vagina eggs and candles,” the note reads with Gwyneth captioning the post: “interpretation of my to-do list #quaranteen.” (See what she did there?)
For those who aren’t quite sure what the teen is referencing, Gwyneth, 47, previously sold a candle, called This Smells Like My Vagina, on Goop.
What started out as a joke between perfumer, Douglas Little and Gwyneth Paltrow actually turned into a best-selling candle, which quickly sold out after its launch, forcing the wellness entrepreneur to restock the £57 candle.
“The two were working on a fragrance, and she blurted out, “Uhhh..this smells like a vagina” — but evolved into a funny, gorgeous, sexy, and beautifully unexpected scent. (That turned out to be perfect as a candle),” the website description explains.
According to the ingredients, Gwyneth’s vulva candle smells like “geranium, citrusy bergamot, and cedar absolutes juxtaposed with Damask rose and ambrette seed”.
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The 15-year-old also referenced the fact that Goop also sells eggs made of rose-quartz and jade that are meant to be inserted vaginally.
In 2018, the lifestyle company paid out more than £100,000 in civil penalties over products, including the egg-shaped stones intended to be placed into the vagina to improve health, after an investigation found that some of Goop’s health claims were unfounded.
In recent weeks, Paltrow has showed her Instagram followers how she’s spending time at home with her children Moses,14, and Apple during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Earlier this week, the actress filmed a video of her son mincing garlic to make a dipping sauce for dumplings.
She also shared a rare photo of her with her children, who she shares with ex-husband Chris Martin, on Instagram describing them as “moral support” as she worked from home.
The photo came just after Paltrow joked that she’d “been in this film before” about the coronavirus. It was in reference to her 2011 film, Contagion, which has found its way back into the film charts for the first time in a long time.
The film, which is about a virus pandemic, shares similarities with the current situation the world is facing with COVID-19.
Additional reporting PA