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Gwyneth Paltrow Waxes Poetic On Parenting With Marie Claire Australia

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Lately, Gwyneth Paltrow’s parenting has come into question, after a near-accident with a bus.

But after reading her interview in Marie Claire Australia’s October issue, we’d have to say that she seems to be doing a good job! Here are some HIGHlights from the goop founder’s interview:

On her kids growing up:
"Last night, I was talking about [the kids growing up] with my husband: it gets more complicated. The problems are getting more series and I noticed that they need me more now than even when they were very little. My daughter, for example, who is super-intelligent, asks me [tough] questions! I feel I have to constantly be by her side."

On having more kids:
"I would love to [have more children], but I don't know if I could start changing nappies again. Also, when my son was born I had terrible depression. It was strange because with my eldest it didn't happen, I was super-happy. But with Moses it took me a year to get out of the hole."

Ha! Gwyneth called them “nappies” just like Prince William! She’s definitely been over in London for a while!

There’s no doubt that she and Chris Martin would make another adorbsies child, but we’d hate to see her depressed.

Just do what feels right!

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4 comments to “Gwyneth Paltrow Waxes Poetic On Parenting With Marie Claire Australia”



  1. 1

    So she tries to solve the problem of her daughter growing up by getting her hit by a bus?

  2. pissfroy says – reply to this


    2

    "My daughter who is super intelligent"…bragging again….



  3. 3

    please go back to England, they love you there.

  4. Anne says – reply to this


    4

    Gwyneth is a terrible Mom. Not one protective instinct - unnatural. She puts herself before her kids with her words and actions always. It has become worse and a huge concern to Chris and the entire family, staff members, schools everyone.