Gwyneth Paltrow's Kids Apple and Moses Look All Grown Up as Family Celebrates Easter in Nashville

Gwyneth Paltrow is hopping around Nashville with her teenage children on Easter weekend

Published Time: 01.04.2024 - 00:31:05 Modified Time: 01.04.2024 - 00:31:05

Gwyneth Paltrow is hopping around Nashville with her teenage children on Easter weekend.

On Sunday, the Oscar winner, 51, shared photos of herself, sonMoses, 17, and daughterApple, 19, hitting up Lou Nashville and The Station Inn.

“Easter Weekend in Nashville ????????,” the Goop founder captioned the post, which featured a photo of the trio seated at a table full of pizza pies.

Earlier this month, Paltrow spoke withThe Sunday Times and shared her feelings about Moses heading off to college in the fall. She shares both Moses and Apple with her ex-husband Chris Martin.

“In the fall, Brad Falchuk and I have boys that will be going off to university,” Paltrow said of Moses and her stepson Brody. “It'll be interesting to see how the morning routine changes with no kids in the house.”

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“On the one hand, incredible sadness. A deep sense of impending grief,” the actress said of how she feels about facing an empty nest. “On the other hand, this is exactly what should be happening.”

“Your kids are supposed to be -

, you know, young adults who can achieve and cope and make connections and be resilient. That's exactly what you want. And that means they leave the house," she added.

In an October interview withBustle, Paltrow shared howher two kids dealt with the college admission process, highlighting the differences in their approaches.

“Apple was very clear on where she wanted to go, and did everything in her power to make it happen and manifested it,” the proud mom said. “Moses is like, 'I don't know, I like this and I like that, and let's go back and see this, let's go back and see that one.' He's more relaxed about it. He's kind of like, 'I'll be happy wherever; it's fine,' which is a great feeling.”

“And it generally seems to work out,” Paltrow said of the experience. “What I've observed is that sometimes you're like, 'Oh, no, this person didn't get into there, and it seemed like such a great fit.‘ ”

“But in the end, the college knows what they're doing, and they end up, I think, taking the kids that are going to really thrive. I think they have it down to a science,” she continued.

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