Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter Apple Martin roasts her mom’s morning routine on TikTok

Gwyneth Paltrow’s daughter has some ideas about her mother’s morning routine. Apple Martin, the 16-year-old daughter of Gwyneth and her ex, Chris Martin, starred in a TikTok video for her mother’s company, Goop, in which the teenager describes what she thinks her mother does every morning.

While Apple hilariously pokes fun at her mother’s typical morning, Gwyneth, who also has a 14-year-old son Moses, makes a drink, applies products to her face, and works on her laptop.

“So first my mom drinks her Goopglow Superpowder and doesn’t eat anything except dates and almond butter. Then she’ll have that,” says Apple. “I guess Goopglow is part of his cleanse, which he’s been on since the day I was born, apparently.”

Regarding Gwyneth’s skincare routine, Apple adds: “It’s eight in the morning and she’s been doing this since seven in the morning. She just walks around the bathroom putting on her millions of Goopglow skin care products. radiant”.

Apple concluded the clip by explaining what Gwyneth does as soon as she sits down to work.

“Then she goes to work making more eggs and vaginal candles, also vaginal candles and vaginal perfumes, and everything related to the vagina,” jokes the teenager. “And yes, that’s my mom’s morning routine.”

The brand titled the video: “When Your Gen Z Daughter Scares You.”

Apple also starred in a branding prep video, in which she smiled for the camera, made coffee, brushed her teeth, combed her hair, applied products to her face, chose her outfit, and applied makeup.

Despite her daughter’s teasing, Gwyneth was happy to have Apple on board to promote Goop’s latest product. The proud mother shared a black and white photo of herself and Apple on Instagram in honor of the launch.

“Exciting new product launch today with one of the absolute loves of my life,” Gwyneth said in the caption.

Watch the video below for another fun mother-daughter moment with the couple.

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