The Paltrow genes are strong, but not quite as strong as Gwyneth Paltrow's bond with her lookalike daughter Apple Martin.
Gwyneth, 50, is currently in the midst of a legal battle after being sued by 76-year-old doctor Terry Sanderson for allegedly crashing into him on the slopes in 2016 and leaving him injured. Apple has expressed her support for her mother throughout the trial, as well as her younger brother Moses.
The mother-daughter duo usually stay out of the spotlight, yet Apple's rare appearance during Paris Fashion Week delighted fans, leaving many to comment on how similar she looks to her famous mother. Clearly, the Apple does not fall far from the tree…
The 18-year has certainly inherited her mother's striking features and bone structure, yet in an unearthed photo of Gwyneth from 1998, the pair couldn't look more identical. The Hollywood star was pictured in New York city attending a premiere, dazzling crowds in a crystal-clad, semi-sheer dress.
She opted for a nostalgic smoky eye with a bold eyeliner look, which closely resembled Apple's chosen beauty palette of choice for her latest public appearance in Paris.
Apple attended Chanel's star-studded haute couture show, looking stunning in a black and white boucle dress and blazer combination with the fashion house's iconic checked design and pearl buttons. She wore her blonde hair down loose in a straightened style and topped off her luxury look with some black leather brogues.
Fans flocked to express their thrill at Apple's unexpected outing. "She definitely looks like a model," one wrote, while another said: "Stunning!" A third added: "She is such a fresh natural beauty," and a fourth enthusiastically noted: "Slay!"
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Paltrow has two children with Chris Martin, Apple and Moses, 14. The two were married for 13 years and parted amicably, often appearing at their kids events together. “My daughter went to college in the fall, and my son is growing up every minute,” said Paltrow in an interview with People. “He’s taller than me. But I'm very grateful for the transitions. Especially as a mother, I’ve really cherished every chapter of their lives."
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