It was a day full of sunshine for Gwyneth Paltrow, who took to Instagram on Sunday, April 7, to share a sweet photo with her kids, Apple Martin and Moses Martin. The Goop founder has been known to keep most of her personal life private, but every now and then she gives us rare glimpses into her life as a superstar mama.

In the snap, the silhouettes of Gwyn, 46, and her adorable kiddos, 14-year-old daughter Apple and 13-year-old son Moses, can be seen posing alongside their famous mom. Though Moses’ super cute facial expression is barely visible, Gwyn and Apple are nearly drowned out by the sun’s rays. Check out the photo here!

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While her post — which she captioned with one orange heart emoji — garnered attention from most fans for being simply adorable, some took a chance to troll the Iron Man star a little.

“Did you get permission to post?” one person jokingly asked in the comment section of Gwyn’s post, referencing the time Apple called her mom out for posting a photo without getting consent. “Your daughter can’t be mad about this pic,” wrote another, adding a smiling emoji.


Though followers love getting sneak peeks into her thrilling life as a loving mama, Gwyn recently admitted that getting time with her kids — who she shares with ex-husband Chris Martin — has been a lot harder these days. During an appearance on The Rachael Ray Show back in January, the blonde beauty told Rachael Ray her two kids aren’t that impressed by her A-list celebrity status. “I am mortifying. Like, I am the most embarrassing person all of a sudden,” Gwyn dished to the host. “It’s been, like, a couple good years that I’ve been the most embarrassing person.”

The Shakespeare in Love actress even joked that her public antics are what gets on her kids’ nerves the most. “If I do anything silly in public, the color drains from her face,” Gwyn said of Apple. “Any silly jokes, or if I dance, like in a store, God forbid. She’s like, ‘Mom!’ and I’m like, ‘OK, sorry, got it.'”

Don’t worry, girl, we think you’re the coolest!