Gwyneth Paltrow Drops F-Bomb Over Parenting Struggles


No matter who you are, where you come from or what your situation is, parenting is tough. While it may seem as though celebrities have it all and don’t go through their own parenting struggles or nightmares, that’s just not the case. Caring for another young human is one of the most challenging jobs there is, and everyone has a different way of doing it. Marvel star Gwyneth Paltrow has tackled pretty much every industry there is in the world of the rich and famous successfully, but apparently she still has the everyday, normal struggles of parenting. She’s even dropped an F-bomb over them!

Gwyneth Paltrow has two teenage children, and in an appearance on Red Table Talk, the semi-retired A-list actress said that she has realized, thanks to a Banksy quote, she is in the generation of parents who would do anything for their children to a fault, except allow them to be their own person. Here is what Paltrow said in regards to raising a daughter (her oldest child, Apple) to be a strong and confident person:

I spend a lot of time with them talking and watching. I read this quote. I think it was attributed to Banksy, the artist, who said something like, you know, I’m gonna paraphrase badly but this generation of parents will do anything for our kids, anything. You know, you see [it] with the college scandal or, you know, removing all their obstacles. Like, we will do anything for our kids except let them be who they actually are.



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