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Video Gwyneth Paltrow Is So "Ew!" to Her Daughter Apple

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  • -Gwyneth, welcome back to the show.
  • -Thank you. -Congrats on everything.
  • We have so much to talk about. -Let's get into it.
  • -You just got married in September.
  • -I did. -Congratulations.
  • [ Cheers and applause ]
  • Come on. -Thank you.
  • -Here's a picture from the wedding day.
  • Oh, my gosh. Gorgeous.
  • Look at that.
  • You guys look like you're having a blast.
  • -Thank you so much.
  • -Everything went well? Everything was fun?
  • -Yeah. -Was it a big one?
  • -No, it was really small. -Ooh.
  • -It was really small.
  • -Do you think that's harder, to have a small wedding?
  • -It was harder to do a small wedding, I think,
  • but we both have our best friends from elementary school
  • and high school, and we just kind of wanted that
  • and immediate family and have it feel, like, really intimate.
  • -But is it hard to kick the party off, though,
  • when you have, like --
  • I don't know. How small was it?
  • -Well, considering --
  • So, we're middle-aged white people...
  • -Yeah.
  • -...so we had an '80s dance party.
  • -Oh, yeah, dude! That's my jam, dude!
  • -Right? -Yes!
  • -I thought that would be really appropriate.
  • -That's so smart, 'cause then you're not stuck,
  • yeah, like, trying to do something modern or --
  • -No, I can't watch aunties do that, right?
  • -Well, you have kids.
  • You don't want to embarrass them.
  • -No. Which I do all the time anyway.
  • -Do you, really? -Are you kidding me?
  • -How are they? How's Apple?
  • How's Moses? -They're so good.
  • -I haven't seen them in so long.
  • They were 5 and 6 when I saw them last.
  • -That's impossible 'cause they're two years apart.
  • [ Laughter ]
  • -I'm sorry. I was 56 at the time.
  • [ Laughter ]
  • They were babies. They were like --
  • -Yeah, they were, I think, 6 and 8 when you last saw them.
  • That's a long time.
  • -Tiny kids, but they were so cute.
  • Apple kept going, like, "Ew!"
  • -I know. She's so -- -She's a little actress.
  • -I know. And when I told her I was coming to New York
  • to do this, she was like, "Why aren't you
  • taking me with you? I want to do 'Ew!' with Jimmy."
  • -Oh, really? -Yeah.
  • -And Moses was telling jokes. Do you remember?
  • He did a whole stand-up routine.
  • -I can't believe you remember this.
  • -He was so cute. At the end he was like --
  • He's this big, and he was going, like --
  • he goes, "What happened when the chicken died?"
  • Like, "What happened when the chicken died?"
  • He goes, "He went to the other side."
  • [ Laughter and applause ]
  • I was like, "That's advanced jokes for a 6-year-old."
  • That's advanced.
  • If he needs a writing job, please, Moses call.
  • Please, we love it. But they're doing well?
  • -They are so good. They're 14 and 12.
  • -Teenagers? -Yes.
  • -You're joking me. -No, I'm not.
  • -When I met them -- when I saw them last, they were 3 and 2.
  • -Yeah, that's right. [ Laughter ]
  • -I was pregnant and one was -- -That's right!
  • You were pregnant with twins. Congratulations.
  • -Thank you. -But now they're teenagers.
  • -They're teenagers. -How's Apple as a teenager?
  • Is she "ew"? -You know what?
  • She's "ew." -Is she that character in "Mom"?
  • -Mom. She kind of is.
  • -"Don't dance in front of my mom!
  • Don't get goofy in front of mom!"
  • -She kind of does.
  • I mean, she doesn't talk like that entirely,
  • but I mortify her. -You do?
  • -Yeah, totally. -But how can you?
  • You're Gwyneth Paltrow. -I mean, if I do anything
  • silly in public, like, the blood drains from her face.
  • [ Both laugh ]
  • We walked into a store the other day,
  • and there was some really great song playing.
  • I forget what it was. And she just looked at me,
  • and she was like, "Don't even think about it."
  • [ Laughter ]
  • -"Do not even dance right now." -I was like, "Ooh, Apple."
  • She's like, "Do not, Mom." [ Laughter ]
  • -See, you're fun, though.
  • Hey, I love the new book. Congratulations.
  • -Thank you so much. Thank you.
  • -It just came out yesterday. [ Cheers and applause ]
  • "The Clean Plate."
  • Look at this. How awesome is that,
  • to take a photo of your -- Your face is that pretty.
  • Oh, my gosh. -Oh, thank you.
  • Just gorgeous right there. Oh, my God.
  • -You're being so nice to me. I'm uncomfortable.
  • -You are? -Ew.
  • -I haven't seen you in a while. "Ew! It's gross."
  • But, dude, I love this book. I'd never heard of soccatta.
  • -Yes. -It's delicious.
  • -It is really good. The book is great
  • 'cause it's super delicious food,
  • but it's very clean food,
  • and it's all packed with flavor, but you would never think
  • that you are kind of cleaning up your diet.
  • That was kind of the rule that we imposed on ourselves
  • when we were writing it.
  • -It's not like -- You say in here, you go,
  • "Look, I don't eat this every single meal of my life."
  • -No, not at all. I -- I'm --
  • You know, what I try to do is eat pretty clean until dinner,
  • and then all bets are off. [ Laughter ]
  • -But it's good, and it's stuff that you can actually do.
  • -And it's easy, and it's really good for working parents.
  • -Actually is easy, yeah. -Yeah, very easy.
  • -I'm gonna make this soccatta and do this.
  • -Go for it.
  • -I also got to tell you, congrats on Goop.
  • -Thank you. -I don't even get a chance
  • to tell you enough, but it is the biggest thing in the world.
  • You are so rocking this right now.
  • Everyone in my office is on Goop.
  • And every time I think I thought of a cool invention
  • or found something, I go like,
  • "Guys, have you heard about ginger shots?"
  • They're like, "Yeah, I saw it on Goop."
  • And I go, "Oh, have you heard about this thing?"
  • "Yeah, I read that on Goop."
  • You should trademark, "I saw it on Goop."
  • -That's true. -'Cause everybody is on Goop.
  • -Thank you. -Just crushing it.
  • Just well done. -Thank you so much.
  • -I know you work hard on that, but the website is well done.
  • I know there's people that do that,
  • so props to whoever does that. -Thank you so much, thank you.
  • [ Cheers and applause ]
  • My team is gonna be so honored that you said that, thank you.
  • -It's well done. I would not just say that.

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Gwyneth Paltrow talks to Jimmy about her intimate wedding celebration, mortifying her teenage kids and her cookbook The Clean Plate: Eat, Reset, Heal.

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