Gwyneth Paltrow Talks About Her Children’s “Bizarre” Accents

Gwyneth Paltrow Talks About Her Children's "Bizarre" Accents

Gwyneth Paltrow appeared on Chelsea Handler’s Big Interview Special on Monday and spoke about her two kids, Apple, 6, and Moses, 4, having strange accents.

She explained, “Our kids go to school in London so we’re there during the school year and we come back whenever we can, for holidays and summers. Weirdly my son is half Brooklyn and half English, he’s got a really weird accent and my daughter is completely American with me at home or here, but completely British at school.”

She adds, “It’s bizarre.”

She also says that Apple switches from a British accent to an American one whenever she has a friend over. She laughed, “I want a video of it but I don’t want to embarrass her. It’s completely hilarious.”

On raising her children with husband Chris Martin she says they “celebrate all the Jewish holidays and all the Christian holidays.”

At the end of the interview Paltrow told the talk show host that she feels she’s in a better place right now.

All the good luck I have had in my life has led me to find my guy and our kids.”

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  1. Anonymous

    haha thats cute that her son has two blended accents & her daughter changes from home to school. I was the same when I was little, born in London but moved to NYC when I was like 6 so ever since I’ve had the weirdest mix of a Britsih/New York accent…

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  2. carolyn Robertson

    Aw, glad things are going so well. One of my favourites!

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  3. Anonymous

    She looks pregnant.

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  4. Anonymous

    My daughter used to speak English with her dad and would turn around and translate in French for me. Children are like sponges and take everything in. They are so smart and innocent.

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