Gwyneth Paltrow shares rare photo of her son at his high school graduation

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Article by Deirdre Durcan-Simmons and Samir Suri for DailyMail.com

Updated June 15, 2024 16:53, June 15, 2024 18:25



Gwyneth Paltrow has shared new photos from her son Moses’ high school graduation after admitting she had a “nervous breakdown” after his kids left the nest.

Less than a month after watching her youngest son, 18, receive his diploma alongside ex-husband Chris Martin, the proud mom, 51, shared a never-before-seen photo with her teenage son, who will be attending Brown University in the fall.

During a Q&A session on her Instagram Story on Friday, the Oscar winner was asked to post a “last photo” of herself and her kids from her camera roll, and she opted to share a cute photo of herself kissing Moses on the cheek.

Although they were not seen in the latest post from the ceremony, Martin, 47, and the former couple’s daughter, Apple, 20, also attended Moses’ graduation.

She and the Coldplay frontman married in 2003 and separated in 2014, with the Shakespeare in Love actress describing it as a “conscious separation.”

Gwyneth Paltrow has shared new photos from her son Moses’ high school graduation after admitting she had a “nervous breakdown” over her kids leaving the nest.

Since then, they’ve both found love elsewhere: Gwyneth married Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk, and Chris married Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson.

However, through all their years apart, Chris and Gwyneth continued to co-parent amicably to their two children.

In April, Gwyneth admitted she was feeling increasingly anxious about life after her children leave home.

Their youngest son, Moses, will attend Brown University in Rhode Island, across the country from Montecito, which Gwyneth calls her “forever home.”

“I’m going to have a nervous breakdown, to be honest with you,” she confessed at an event for her wellness brand, Goop. The Hollywood Reporter.

“I started thinking: ‘Oh my God, I have to quit my job, sell my house and move.’ That’s what’s making things so chaotic,” she said.

“My identity is being a mom. Apple is celebrating its 20th anniversary in May, so I’ve revolved my life around them and their schedules and the start of school.”

She explained: “Once they start to drive and do certain things on their own, you gradually start to let them go. It’s a slow process.”

Less than a month after watching her youngest son, 18, receive his diploma alongside ex-husband Chris Martin, the proud mom, 51, shared a never-before-seen photo of herself with her teenage son, who will be attending Brown University in the fall.
Last month, Gwyneth celebrated her son’s 18th birthday, praising his “sensitivity, intelligence and quiet humour.”

Gwyneth added, “I feel really lucky in that I have a really close group of mom friends who have all raised their kids together, so we’re all in it together.”

When she and Chris first split in 2014, she was widely mocked for describing the breakup as a “conscious separation.”

However, in the years since, the former couple has garnered praise for raising their children harmoniously despite their divorce.

Gwyneth recently spoke about how important it was for Apple and Moses that she and Chris had an amicable co-parenting relationship.

She explained in the cover interview that she and Chris “didn’t want to put her through the divorce as a traumatic experience.” The hustle and bustle.

Their youngest son, Moses, will attend Brown University in Rhode Island, across the country from Montecito, which Gwyneth calls her “forever home.”

“I’m going to have a nervous breakdown, to be honest with you,” she confessed at an event for her wellness brand, Goop, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Gwyneth added: “I feel so lucky because I have such great friends who are moms and we’ve all raised our kids together.”

“Obviously, I knew it would be hard, but I didn’t want them to feel caught in the middle or that one of them was putting the other down.”

The wellness mogul revealed, “At the time, I did my own thing: I wanted to get divorced, so I spoke to adults who grew up in broken homes and gathered data.”

She revealed, “I didn’t mind my parents getting divorced. Not that it was a problem. But the fact that they didn’t speak to me, that I couldn’t have them at the dinner table with me on my birthday…”

“They said it was the most horrible thing. I could see they were very hurt and angry and carrying it around. I thought, ‘We would never do that,’ and we really didn’t.”

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