Gwyneth Paltrow Says Her Daughter Apple Has A “Beautiful” Sense Of Entitlement

October 23, 2020 / Posted by:

48-year-old Gwyneth Paltrow did a virtual interview for an Adobe MAX conference to talk all things Goop. But she also talked about her 16-year-old daughter Apple Martin. Apparently, Gwyneth chose to inspire her audience with the wonder that is Apple’s sense of “entitlement.” A child of Goopy acting entitled? Shocking and inspiring.

Us Weekly says Gwyneth talked about female representation in entertainment at the conference and noted that “we’re laying the groundwork for the change” with movements like #MeToo and Black Lives Matter that she hopes will benefit people like her daughter and future generations. She also made a joke about Apple entering the “workforce.” LOL! Yeah, Apple’s really gonna hit the bricks at her local Wal-Mart. Does being one of the millionaire celebrities on SAG-AFTRA count as being on the “workforce?” I guess… She said:

“The patriarchy itself feels like it’s cracking and starting to embrace a much wider variety of voices and races and genders. By the time my daughter is in the workforce, those girls are not going to stand for it. When I see my daughter with her friends, they are so empowered.”

She went on to describe that empowerment as “entitlement” which Gwyneth may associate more positively than the rest of us.

“They have, and I mean this word in the best possible way, a sense of entitlement that’s beautiful. It’s not spoiled, [they] are here for what the boys are going to get too. I find it very uplifting and heartening that we all seem to be going in this direction together.”

Honestly, if there’s something I am 100% sure of, it’s that someone in Gwyneth’s bloodline would excel at entitlement. And if you don’t like that, it says more about you than it does them. But while I’m glad Gwyneth has been inspired by her daughter’s feminist entitlement, I’m also aware this means new Goop products are on the horizon. So keep your noses peeled for her next scent: This Smells Like Entitlement. It will be made from her own sweat.


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