Gwyneth Paltrow & Kids At Jay-Z Show

Gwyneth Paltrow & Kids At Jay-Z Show

Sporting new pink hair and heels, 8-year-old Apple Martin and her little brother Moses, 6, joined their famous mama, Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow, at Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch the Throne show in London, England on Saturday night (May 19).

Once inside the O2 Arena, the proud mom tweeted a photo of her kids paying homage to their “Uncle Jay” by throwing up the Roc-A-Fella records symbol. “Yup. Uncle Jay at the O2,” the actress, 39, wrote.

The Shakespeare in Love star and her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, have spoken before about their close friendship with Jay-Z and Beyoncé.

Yes, it’s true; My kids call Jay-Z ‘Uncle Jay.’ I call him Uncle Jay too now,” Gwyneth joked in 2009.

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Filed under: Apple Martin,Gwyneth Paltrow,Moses Martin

Photo credit: XPOSUREPHOTOS.COM/GwynethPaltrow.com

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  1. Dean

    Is that appropriate? #1, taking your children to a JayZ concert? And #2, dying your 8 year olds hair pink. All for attention? Don’t you get enough of it????

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  2. Anonymous

    Aren’t her kids too young to be lessing to Jay Z let alone Kanye West and the concert are uncut so the language would not be aproperat for young children.

    Could she get anymore full of herself ( Yes, it’s true; My kids call Jay-Z ‘Uncle Jay) dose she want a cookie for that.

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    • anonymous2

      Hint for further posts (if using a PC) cut your comments and paste to a word document and click SPELL CHECk and then cut and paste back to CBS post. It will avoid all those spelling errors and making it easier for others to actually read and understand your comment. not hating just educating.

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