Aug 01, 2020
Gwyneth Paltrow twins with daughter Apple in sports bras, leggings
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Like mother, like daughter. Gwyneth Paltrow took to her Instagram on Friday to share a photo alongside her daughter, Apple, and fans freaked out over how much the two look alike.
Paltrow, 47, shares Apple with her ex-husband Chris Martin in addition to their son, Moses, 14. On Friday, the actress shared a selfie of the two in the middle of a workout.
"2 generations of fanatics," Paltrow captioned the mirror selfie.
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She tagged celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson in the post, hinting that they both are fans of her workouts.
During the sweat session, Paltrow donned a black sports bra and matching leggings. Apple, 16, opted for a similar look with a gray sports bra and purple leggings. They both wore black and white sneakers.
"Twins," one fan responded to the pic.
Another account asked if Paltrow is "Apple's older sister."
"mkay well you look like sisters so," another commented.
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"Looking at that pic of u and Apple is my exercise for the week. I'm exhausted just looking at ur bodies. Jesus," another joked.
Paltrow rarely posted photos of her kids on social media until the coronavirus pandemic hit in March. The "Seven" star posted a selfie with Apple lounging outside in bathing suits.
Back in June, Paltrow opened up to Shape magazine about how she's taking care of herself during the global health crisis. Being at home has allowed her to feel more centered and in touch with her body's needs, she said.
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Prior to quarantine, Paltrow noted that she was always trying to get "wellness moments" in, but she wasn't "really decompressing" until the weekends or on vacations.
"Now I feel different, letting my body go to sleep and wake up in its natural rhythm, having my kids around all the time, eating meals together and having meaningful conversations," she said.
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Daughter says shes grateful her dad, whos 63 and wheelchair-bound, is alive after bullet grazed his head
For a 63-year-old man grazed in the head by a stray bullet outside his St. Paul nursing home, it was the second time he’s narrowly escaped death. He had a stroke in 2012, which left him paralyzed and in a wheelchair.
“It is a very sad day for St. Paul, when an elderly and disabled gentleman, my father, cannot even enjoy a moment of peace — mask on — in summer weather after having been quarantined in isolation for the last few months,” his daughter said.
The man was sitting outside Galtier, a Villa Center, at Galtier Street and Aurora Avenue just after 7 p.m. Tuesday when he “heard a bunch of shots ring out,” said his daughter, who asked not to be named. She doesn’t want her father to be identifiable due to safety concerns.
“He told me it sounded like it was happening to the back of him,” she said. “He felt like something stung him, but he didn’t think he was shot until he looked down and blood started dripping from his temple.”
At the hospital, medical staff removed bullet fragments from the side of his temple.
“He’s a sport and he says, ‘I’m good, I feel lucky,'” but he doesn’t want us to worry about him and I do,” his daughter said.
Her father — who loves the outdoors and was an avid hunter and fisherman before the stroke resulted in him being paralyzed from the shoulder down on his right side — had to spend months inside his nursing home due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The facility recently began allowing residents to go outside, and his daughter and a grandson were able to visit him for the first time since March on Sunday. They brought him home-cooked food, which they had continued doing during the quarantine, but were able to hand it to him in person this time.
After Tuesday night’s gunfire, police found nine shell casings from two different caliber handguns. A nearby resident reported their home had been struck and damaged.
No one has been arrested and it’s unknown what led to the shooting, police said.
“We feel grateful my father did not lose his life …, but pray for the many innocent people in our city who are at risk every day if this violence continues with no serious intervention and repercussion,” the man’s daughter said. Related Articles
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