Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter Apple will wear her Oscars dress to prom

Gwyneth Paltrow has spent 20 years in Hollywood dressed in the most impeccable designer gowns. Now the starlett has revealed she has been stashing away all her favourite red carpet looks for her daughter Apple to inherit and wear to prom one day.

The Sliding Doors actress showed her sentimental side when she explained to People: "What's funny is I've been saving my gowns and special things since 12 years before she was born, so I have everything. I have every Oscar dress."

 

 

Gwyneth wore the dress when she won the Best Actress Academy Award in 1999

11-year-old Apple, whose father is Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, is set to inherit her mother's pink Ralph Lauren dress which she famously wore when she won the Best Actress Academy Award for Shakespeare In Love in 1999.

The American star said: "Maybe she'll wear it to prom and do a Pretty in Pink thing and resew it and cut it up. I don't know if I'd let her chop that one up."

It doesn't come as a surprise that the 43-year-old has been holding onto these special pieces for her daughter as the pair spend as much time together as possible. The actress even revealed her fashion-conscious girl is already borrowing her clothes. "She's wearing a lot of my tank tops and T-shirts and sweatpants," the mum-of-two told People.

 

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Chris and Gwyneth spent Thanksgiving together with their children

Although Apple and her mum are close, her father Chris has remained part of her and her nine-year-old brother's life through the divorce. Gwyneth and Chris even reunited to give their children a happy Thanksgiving.

The Coldplay singer explained in a recent interview with US presenter Ryan Seacrest: "Just because a romantic relationship ends doesn’t mean that the other facets of your relationship have to end, or indeed, it doesn’t mean they can’t get better."

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