Watch Apple Martin Talk Us Through Her Mum Gwyneth Paltrow’s Morning Routine

Ata Owaji Victor
·2-min read
Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter Apple Martin has delivered the ultimate Gen Z celebrity child 'burn'.

Over the weekend, the actor and wellness advocate made her first appearance on the official Goop TikTok account with the help of her daughter, Apple Martin, who made sure to poke fun at the Goop founder.

In the video, the 16-year-old daughter of Paltrow and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin narrates her mother's morning routine of Goop supplements and topical products. 'When you get roasted by your Gen Z daughter,' the video's caption reads, and it's not hard to see why.

The teen starts the video by describing how her mother likes to start her day: drinking her Goopglow Morning Skin Superpowder.

'She eats nothing except for dates and almond butter, so she will have that. I suppose the Goopglow is part of her cleanse, which she’s been on since... the day I was born, apparently,' Martin teases.

As Paltrow moves into her bathroom to start her skincare routine, Martin continues with her hilarious commentary. 'It's 8:00 am, and she’s been doing this since 7:00 am; she just prances around the bathroom, putting on her millions of Goopglow products for her glowing skin,' she says.

Then, as Paltrow types at her laptop, her daughter delivers the ultimate zinger, adding: 'Then, she gets to work, making some more vagina eggs and candles, vagina candles and vagina perfumes — just everything vagina.'

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This isn't the first time the teenager has lightly jested about her mother online. Following Gwyneth Paltrow's 48th birthday post last year - the one that showed the actor donning only her 'birthday suit' in celebration - Apple made sure to make sure her mother knew just how mortified she felt.

‘MuM,’ she hilariously commented on the photo before adding a supportive,‘You are killing it tho. [sic]’

We are here for Martin's voiceovers.

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