“Gwyneth Paltrow posted a lovely photo of her two teenagers” links

Gwyneth Paltrow posts family photos for Thanksgiving. Apple Martin is such a beauty! Moses is going to be a heartbreaker too. [JustJared]
Masks for the anti-maskers! [OMG Blog]
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley enjoys a sweaterdress. [RCFA]
Two Karens fought over the last Thanksgiving turkey. [Towleroad]
The Fug Girls review The Crown’s “Favourites” episode. [GFY]
Hillbilly Elegy just looked awful, I’m glad the reviews suck too. [Pajiba]
Romance novelists are mobilizing in solidarity with Stacey Abrams. [Jezebel]
Katie Holmes & Emilio stayed in NYC for Thanksgiving? [LaineyGossip]
The Christian Dior ornaments would be gorgeous except for the logo? [Tom & Lorenzo]
The View is beating The Talk in ratings?? [Dlisted]
The story behind Princess Diana’s wedding gown. [Buzzfeed]
A 90 Day Fiance dude knocked up his fiancee. [Starcasm]

Gwyneth Paltrow at the Grand opening of the JVP International Cyber Center

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  1. LightPurple says:

    Apple looks just like Blythe Danner.

  2. FHMom says:

    Great photo. I think that’s really her with no make up! Her kids are gorgeous. I think feature by feature, they look more like their dad and grandmother.

  3. KW says:

    I think her son looks just like her brother. Gorgeous kids. Nice picture

  4. Annaloo. says:

    Those two kids have the world at their feet, and everything is theirs just for being born and I will probably come off as small-minded, but it really bugs me so MUCH: all the access, all the opportunity and all the revenue that will be directed at them for just for their genetic lottery. Apple just needs to say “yes”, and she will be a Hollywood star. No fault of theirs , and they are probably both stellar kids, of course, but it makes me sad to see the whole cycle of nepotism rise again when so much is so unequal- the awarding of mediocrity, the whole being on third when you only need to hit a single to be have a home run. In the end, I hope her kids give back to the world better spiritually and intellectually than what their mom contributed.

    • ChloeCat says:

      I totally agree with you! Nepotism at its finest.

    • Godwina says:

      We are all product of “genetic lotteries.” My being born white, middle-class, able-bodied in Canada in the 20C, for instance, made my life a LOT easier than the lives of most mortals throughout human history as well as now. I wouldn’t say I didn’t “win” even though massive wealth and connections weren’t in my particular cards.

  5. nicegirl says:

    Apple Martin!! And Moses!! darling teenagers

  6. nicegirl says:

    I too enjoy a sweater dress! Oooh, Amazon suggestions please. Love you all

  7. nicegirl says:

    I know The View is horrendous but I do like to hear from their guests

  8. Also Ali says:

    That picture is the epitome of white people can just show up and never be found wanting. The post is about visiting a gravesite but no one brushed their hair, no one can bother an expression other than too smug to smile and the outfits look like they threw on clothes to get the mail first thing in the morning before anyone has had coffee or breakfast.

    • Seán says:

      Ridiculous comment!

    • minx says:

      I loathe Paltrow but how else are they supposed to dress? Looks appropriate to me, they were outside, where gravesites are. And everyone’s hair looks brushed. I’m just not getting what you’re complaining about.

    • Mrs. Peel says:

      It sounds like you’d also be complaining if they were all glammed up for the occasion – which no one would ever do anyhow. Show some respect.

      • minx says:

        And getting kids to visit a gravesite…I wouldn’t care what they wore.

      • Janet says:

        That is exactly what people used to do to visit a grave site. Show respect in their attire and attitude. Times have changed. People would wear furs and jewelry to funerals. Come in their Sunday best so to speak.

    • B says:

      Negative and rude comment. Since you seem to have so many expectations, do you expect them to have sh!t-eating grins at a gravesite remembering their Father/Grandfather?

    • Nini says:

      I visited my grandparent’s gravesite recently, it was well below freezing and windy, and I looked like hell. I also cried. I can’t remember what I was wearing or how my hair looked. I was thinking about how I missed my grandparents. This comment is beyond tone deaf.

    • kimberlu says:

      Glad they were able to be together and visit the grave site. As a person who has to visit a grave to visit their mother, what I’m wearing or how my hair looks is not a concern. What has my attention and thoughts are how much I miss my parent and love them.

    • Jules says:

      What what? I’m all for throwing Paltrow under the bus but this makes zero sense. And the “all white people” ideology has its own problems.

    • Trillian says:

      I didn’t realize there was a dresscode for visiting a graveside? Unless it’s for the actual burial?

  9. SJ Knows says:

    GP gets on my nerves.
    They are healthy and beautiful children, agreed.
    Why post a pic at their Grandads grave? Is nothing private anymore, ever?

    I am turning into a grumpy old woman.

    • Lena says:

      So am I. I was wondering why she needs to show pictures of her kids at all. If she wants to commemorate her dad, just show a picture of his grave with a message. I get the impression she is pushing her kids to increase their profile like Cindy Crawford did for years. I’m a grumpy old lady. I’ll see myself out.

      • Berlin says:

        A third grumpy old lady here. And besides the odd place she picked to show off her pretty kids, I want to know about WHY she has Apple’s arm in a vise grip and WHY Moses is perched up on that bench looming over everyone.
        Strange arrangement there. Is Brad directing them?
        Kids are gorgeous and glowing with health. Goopy looks shriveled, beige, and older than her age. Why? She has all access to every single anti-aging product and whatever, and she just looks not good.

  10. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Nice pic. Obviously supposed to look off the cuff and casual (as is). And maybe, just maybe, they did pick up the mail to or fro. 😁

  11. Ni says:

    I’d rather be looking at someone who used their talent and their good fortune to make the world a better place. She is a snake oil salesman and a creep.

  12. Emerald Crystal says:

    Seems a bit weird to post a supposedly, private visit to your father’s gravesite. Guess that’s why it’s called “Hollyweird”. Gwyneth is looking a little rough around the edges. I don’t even go to the dollar store, without makeup and I don’t have photographers hounding me. If I were famous, I would never leave the house, without at least a touch of makeup. I know that it sounds vain, but that’s just the way I am. You never know when you might run into an old high school BF, or someone who gossips for a living. LoL. I suppose she feels transcended, from all of the shallowness of makeup. Also, why is she holding Apple like she’s a toddler who’s about to run off any minute? And that park bench is a little worse for the wear. Couldn’t she afford to get a new bench for the cemetery? Best photo bomb ever is the dog’s butt… Sorry for all of the negative remarks, but this site does end with bitchy.. 😄

  13. Sisi says:

    For those “reeeeee”-ing here about cemetary etiquette: Bruce Paltrow was cremated and his ashes are buried in her backyard.